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Discover St. George

Sublime mountains, red rock mesas, and vast deserts await campers in St. George. The city sits on the southern rim of the Great Basin in the Mojave Desert, with the snow-capped Pine Valley Mountains providing a breathtaking backdrop.

St. George draws adventure-seekers from across the country, with Snow Canyon State Park, Sand Hollow State Park, and Zion National Park within an hour's drive of downtown. You'll also be roughly two hours from the Grand Canyon's North Rim. When you're not off exploring the nearby wilderness, catch a concert at the Tuacahn Center For the Arts or walk with dinosaurs at the St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site.

If you're looking to rent an RV in St. George, visit in the spring or fall. Temperatures in spring and fall stay in the mid-70s, ideal for exploring the nearby national and state parks. That said, St. George gets some of the best weather in Utah and is perfect for year-round road trips.

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RV campgrounds in St. George

The ideal spot for an adventurous getaway, St. George, isn't short of highly-rated campgrounds. Campers searching for an RV park close to the city should swing by Southern Utah RV Resort. Located on the outskirts of St. George, 7 miles from downtown, Southern Utah RV Resort is one of the newest campgrounds in the city. Sites come with full hookups that support 30- and 50-amp electricity. You'll find a few activities around camp to keep your crew entertained, including classic campground games like pickleball and cornhole. Amenities include showers, laundry facilities, and an off-leash area for dogs.

Another top-rated RV campground near St. George is WillowWind RV Park. This campground is situated 17 miles from St. George in the quaint city of Hurricane. Each site has pull-through access, full hookups, and 20/30/50-amp electricity. During your downtime, you can put your feet up in the log clubhouse or gather your crew for a barbecue. Creature comforts include restrooms, showers, and Wi-Fi access. Pets are welcome.

Campers who'd prefer to set up camp surrounded by nature should check out Zion River Resort RV Park and Campground. Situated upon the Virgin River, this campground is very popular due to its location just 13 miles from Zion National Park. Sites come with full hookups that support 30- and 50-amp electricity. During your stay, you can relax by the on-site pool or take the shuttle service to Zion National Park, which runs from March to October. On-site amenities include a convenience store, an off-leash dog park, and laundry facilities.

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Things to Do in St. George

Planning on taking your RV into downtown St. George? St. George is a mid-sized city with average traffic levels, so you shouldn't have too much trouble navigating the city with a fifth wheel in tow. If you're looking to park motorhome rental in St. George, consider Walmart or one of the campgrounds near the city's center.

One of the best family-friendly attractions in St George is the St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site. Utah is known for its archeological discoveries, and the St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site houses some of the finest examples. The museum preserves hundreds of dinosaur footprints, which has allowed archeologists to recreate ecosystems from the Early Jurassic period with greater accuracy than ever before.

If you're touring some of the state parks within touching distance of St. George, don't miss out on Snow Canyon State Park. Located just 11 miles from the city, Snow Canyon State Park boasts over 7,000 acres of wilderness, complete with unique rock formations formed by eruptions from the now-extinct Santa Clara Volcano. Hiking through the park will take you past lava tubes, through canyons, and over sand dunes.

One of the best reasons to plan a St. George RV rental is to visit Zion National Park. One of Utah's Mighty 5 national parks, Zion National Park's main feature is Zion Canyon, a vast red-walled chasm over 15 miles long and 2,600-feet deep. During your visit, ensure you plan an unforgettable hike through The Narrows, take in postcard-perfect views from Angels Landing, and stick around after dark for a spot of stargazing.

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