This time I really mean it…

2017 has officially arrived and with it a whole new list of resolutions! It seems that every year we make resolutions that we have every intention of keeping. The best of them may last a day or two. Most of them die the second they leave our lips. Resolutions to be healthier; to spend more time with family; the list goes on and on. If you would like to make a resolution that you can really keep consider adding the following one to your resolution list; Spend more time enjoying the beauty of Southern Utah.

Temple View RV is located near the center of town and offers a quick commute to some of the most amazing views that Southern Utah has to offer. Take a quick 5 minute drive up to the “Sugar Loaf” as locals call it. There you can enjoy the paths and desert life in the Red Hills Desert Garden, as well as the hikes and adventures of Pioneer Park, which offers an amazing overlook of the city of St. George.

Whether you’re visiting for the weekend, the winter season, or have decided to call St. George home, don’t miss out on the amazing beauty that Southern Utah has to offer!

Top Best Places In Southern Utah To See Fall Colors

Autumn is approaching fast! That means scenic drives are about to get that much more beautiful with the fall leaves change in color. So where should you go in Southern Utah to capture the best fall foliage? Though most of Southern Utah is a Desert, there are many parts of it that offer up a spectacular Autumn show!

Southern Utah is much more desert than the rest of the state, and that means the Autumn is very subtle and mild here, with few places to see the beauty of natures more colorful seasons. No worries though! There are still places to go to see the colors, you may just need to take a quick little road trip out of the city.

If you’re sticking to the southern areas of Utah, check out Zion National Park, Cedar Breaks, Pine Valley, and Brian Head for the best fall results. Cedar Breaks is absolutely stunning with its red rock formations, meadows, and forests all contrasting against the stunning reds, yellows and oranges of the autumn leaves.

Zion National Park is like the perfect image of fall that you’d see hanging in an art gallery, with the Virgin river capturing fallen leaves of all shades, Pine Valley and Brian head offer the mountain feel of autumn that most search for, with forests and rivers and streams, they are really some of the best places to go especially if you are interested in camping out.

Autumn Woods
Photo Credit: Runemaker on flickr

So although Southern Utah is a desert landscape and you might think all we have are palm trees, cacti and dirt, you are mistaken. It just takes a short little drive (which makes the experience that much more fun) to get the full effects of Autumn. So load your loved ones up in the RV and take a road trip to camp in some of Southern Utah’s best fall foliage.