Leaves changing, cooler weather and pumpkin spice everything can only mean one thing. Fall is officially upon us! Fall time in Southern Utah offers up a variety of activities for the young and young of heart alike. Here are just a few of our favorite activities to do here in St. George.
What better way to enjoy the many flavors of fall than by visiting a local farmer’s market? Enjoy locally grown produce Saturdays at the following locations:
- Tuacahn Farmer’s Market, 1100 Tuacahn Drive Ivins, Utah 84738. Enjoy fresh produce, street vendors, food and entertainment every Saturday from 9 am.to 1pm.
- Zion Canyon Farmer’s Market, 1212 Zion Park Blvd, Springdale, Utah 84767. Enjoy musicians, food and street vendors as well as local produce at the mouth of Zion National park every Saturday, rain or shine, from 9 am until Noon.
- Downtown Farmers Market, located at the north west corner of St. George Blvd. and Main Street, brings you local produce in the heart of St. George’s Historic Ancestor Square. The market is open every Saturday from 8 am until Noon.
George Street Fest
Every first Friday of the month from 6-10 pm, visit St. George’s Historic Downtown for a night full of street vendors, live music, food trucks, jazz garden, and fun for the whole family.
Hit the Trails
Fall offers an ideal climate for exploring and enjoying the local scenery by biking or walking one of the many trails located in St. George. The city’s trails offers a variety of paved and unpaved trails accommodating different users. You can visit the City of St. George’s website for more information on the trails available in St. George.
Whether you’re down visiting for the weekend, or staying for the winter, fall time in Utah’s Dixie offers something for everyone.