St. George is a vibrant city in Utah that boasts a beautiful combination of natural wonders and modern amenities. From world-famous national and state parks to picturesque golf courses, spas, and outdoor adventures, St. George offers a unique experience for visitors and locals alike.

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*Current population (residents) is a projection of the latest US Census estimate via source. Median sales price and number of homes sold via Utah Real Estate (MLS).

Explore the community

Old, black and white photo of 13 farmers standing on irrigation pipe


St. George was first settled by the Virgin River Anasazi from 200 B.C. to 1200 A.D. Later, in 1861, over 300 families were sent by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints to farm cotton and silk, neither of which proved successful. Despite early challenges, St. George is now the eighth-largest and fastest growing city in Utah.


An up-and-coming city, St. George offers a unique blend of natural beauty and urban development. The stunning red rocks and landscapes of Zion National Park provide a one-of-a-kind backdrop for the city. With a growing number of new neighborhoods and developments, and home to Utah Tech University, St. George offers an exciting and dynamic atmosphere.

Moterhome at Zion National parc Utah America

Activities and Attractions

St. George is a world-renowned destination for outdoor enthusiasts, offering plenty of opportunities for hiking, biking, and water activities. The city is also home to picturesque golf courses and luxurious spas for those looking to relax. Visitors and locals can take in the blend of art and natural beauty at the Tuacahn Center, an outdoor amphitheater known for its unique use of live animals, pyrotechnics, and the ability to recreate flooding on stage, all while surrounded by 1,500-ft red rock cliffs.