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Formerly known as the Confluence Trailhead, the redesigned, relocated and enhanced trailhead is now called the Crosby Family Confluence Park. The original trailhead was constructed in 1997 and in 2010 the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) partnered with the City of St. George to construct the new park on the property formerly owned by the Crosby Family. We were able to preserve several mature Cottonwood and Pine trees as well as the iconic Mesquite tree on the property. Landscape plantings include a mix of evergreen and deciduous trees; Cottonwood, Arizona Sycamore, California Sycamore, Cork Oak, Desert Willow, Italian Stone Pine, and Mondell Pine. The understory plants include a mix of shrubs and grasses. One unique element of the Crosby Family Confluence Park is the drainage system that handles the runoff from the interchange. This system allows rainwater drainage from the interchange roadway to flow into the rock lined detention basin and percolate down through the soil. In larger storm events runoff water will flow through the rock lined channel and onto the turf where it will percolate down to a series of collection pipes and be carried to the Santa Clara River. The percolation system allows water to return to the surrounding soil, the biofiltration cleanses the storm water and slows potentially damaging direct flows to the river. A walk around the park perimeter highlights several historic events on etched granite plaques donated by the Sons of the Utah Pioneers, Cotton Mission Chapter and installed as an Eagle Scout project by Parker Roe. Eagle Scout, Sterling Sims, has also installed a plaque at the beginning of this historic walk adjacent to the kiosk. Eagle Scout, Brock Graham has also provided a section of the original bridge which sits nearby. The park anchors the Mayor's 5.2 mile loop walk along the Virgin River Trail sy...
The Concert in the Park Series is a celebration of wonderful music, open parks and family celebration. The Series runs April through September at Vernon Worthen ParkPark seating is available. Families are welcome to bring blankets, lawn chairs, and food. The concert series is FREE to the public. Don't miss the second Monday of each month through September. Park seating is available, bring blankets, lawn chairs, food and the family...
This website has been prepared as a brief introduction to acquaint you with the purchasing procedures of the City of St. George, Utah. Familiarity with these procedures will aid you in marketing your ...
Vernon Worthen Park is a community park located in the heart of St. George adjacent to the St. George Leisure Services Recreation Center. This 4 1/2 acre park includes a gazebo, four separate picnic areas, restroom facility, children's playground with swings, and three lighted sand volleyball courts. The tennis courts were recently renovated to provide one futsal and four pickleball courts which are lighted. This park plays host to City sponsored Summer Concerts, St. George Marathon Finish Line, and a variety of recreation tournaments and seasonal festivals. Vernon Worthen Park is a WiFi hotspot.
Firehouse Park is a four-acre neighborhood park that was dedicated on September 24, 2009. It is located at 1800 North Dixie Downs Road across the street from fire station #7. This park contains features typical to a neighborhood park such as play structures, walking path, picnic pavilion and restrooms. An additional park feature requested by local citizens was a fenced secure area to take their canine family members to run and play off leash. Firehouse Park is programmed to function as a neighborhood park and is a great addition to the Dixie Downs area of St George.
This 1/2 acre rustic park highlights large boulders with petroglyphs. The carved images left beh...
Shadow Mountain Park may go unnoticed because most of it cannot be seen from the street. The hidden features include restroom facilities, children's playground with swings, sand volleyball court, lighted basketball court, asphalt loop trail and a wide expanse of grass area for Frisbee and informal soccer. There is also a large trellis pavilion with picnic tables adjacent to the play ground. At the west end of the park is a secluded pond surrounded by a variety of evergreen and deciduous ...
Town Square Park, located inside the downtown historic district, is surrounded by some of the city's most prominent historic buildings. The park features several dramatic water features; a splash pad fountain with jets that spray high into the air, a lazy river to cool your feet, and a splashing waterfall. Shade pavilions with tables and chairs provide a relaxing place to watch children playing in the water. With its grassy parade grounds, restroom facility, and monument tower, Town Square Park plays host to a variety of public events; First Night, Art Festival, Summer Movies on the Square and more. Town Square Park is a WiFi hotspot.You will also find our spectacular Carousel here too...
A 7 acre neighborhood park is a good spot for beginning rock climbers. This naturalistic park has two rock climbing boulders, restroom facilities, a trellis covered pavilion with picnic tables and a barbecue, and several small grassy areas. A loop trail connects the park elements with a seasonal stream and a wide variety of natural vegetation. Future improvements include trail connections to 2450 East Park via Slick Rock Trail east, the Virgin River Trail via Slick Rock Trail west, and the neighborhood above the park with a stairway.
This 13.5 acre neighborhood park nestled between Panorama Elementary and Pine View Middle schools was built during Utah's Centennial Celebration year. This park provides large play fields for soccer and softball, an asphalt loop trail, a 100 seat stepped concrete amphitheater with rolling hills of grass, and a community garden with displays of ornamental grasses and adapted plant materials. The Parks Division shares the green house with the School District who introduces young students to the delightful experience of propagating ornamental plants and vegetables. The park has a trellis covered pavilion with picnic tables.
Hidden away on the west side of Bloomington this 5 acre neighborhood park is located within the floodplain of the Virgin River. A large covered pavilion with picnic tables and barbecues provides the focal point in this park that also includes a children's playground with swings, full basketbal...
This 52 acre rustic community park is a rock climber's paradise. From Dixie Rock, also known as the Sugarloaf, spectacular views of downtown, White Dome, Zion National Park and Arizona can be seen. This park has a large trellis pavilion with two barbecues and fire ring, several...
This 0.8 acre neighborhood park has lighted full and half basketball courts. Located across from Dixie State College the park also has a children's playground, small picnic pads with tables, and a...
Hidden Valley Park, completed in 2008 by Ivory Homes as part of their development is tucked away in a quiet canyon. This western themed community park includes a large children's playground, interactive splash pad, two covered pavilions with picnic tables and barbeques, open grassed area, lighted sand volleyball court, and two lighted tennis courts. An asphalt multi-use trail connects this park to both the Desert Hills and Hidden Valley Communities. A flight of wooden steps from Desert Hills Drive was recently completed by a local Eagle Scout. Hidden Valley Park is a WiFi hotspot.
Located along the Santa Clara River, this 2 acre park suffered tremendous damage during the 2005 floods. Although much of th...
Tonaquint Park is again becoming one of the premier parks of St. George as it recovers from the devastating floods of 2005. The variety of features at this park include eight tournament quality tennis courts, two covered pavilions with picnic tables and barbecues for group picnics, a shaded children's playground, Tonaquint Nature Center and pond, and loop walking trails that connect to the Santa Clara Trail. Adjacent to the park is the Washington County Water Conservancy District demonstration garden which is maintained by the conservancy and park staff. Future improvements will continue with the installation of additional trees and development of the southern portion of the park.
In 2008 this 1.0 acre park underwent major renovations with the aid of Community Development Block Grant funds to meet the minimum standards of a neighborhood park. Improvements include a covered pavilion with picnic tables and a larg...
A little known and often overlooked park is located right in the middle of town at the corner of St. George Boulevard and Main Street. This downtown pocket park provides a variety of flowering ornamental trees and shrubs as a backdrop to showcase bronze artworks created by professional artists in the community. This colorful park with its bubbling waterfall provides an inviting sensory experience.
Commonly known as "Oval Park", this 2.8 acre neighborhood park appears to be a giant round-about providing great access to adjacent n...
Dixie Downs Park underwent an extensive makeover in 2007 with the addition of a new covered pavilion with barbecue, restroom facilities, looped walking trail, lighting and landscaping. These improvements were the result of the combined efforts of area scouts, a youth group, park maintenance and park planning staff hours and a Community Development Block Grant. This neighborhood park doubles as a playground for the adjacent Dixie Downs Elementary School...
The St. George 911 Communications Center is the dispatch center for every police, fire and ambulance agency in the county as well as being the 911 center for the public. Thousands of 911 calls ar...
This 18 acre community park includes three softball fields for games, practice and tournaments, a lighted basketball court, and a children's playground with swings. The park also has restroom facilities and a covered pavilion with picnic tables. Bloomington Park is a WiFi hotspot.
The park was recently renovated and now includes a pavilion (can be reserved), playground, restroom, large turf grass area, a paved walking path, drinking fountains, electrical outlets, picnic tables, softball backstop, and new landscaping. The park is shared with Sunset Elementary and is closed to the public during sc...
Located at the top of Main Street, Brooks Nature Park with its serene Cox Pond is a neighborhood park whose architecture and focal point are provided by nature. This historic location was the original water source for the settlers of the valley and offers natural wonders found nowhere else in Utah. Botanists have discovered plants that grow only in this unique microclimate protected by canyon walls from harsh winds and insulated by lush plant life. Water percolating from the surrounding red cliffs creates emergent natural springs which fill the pond and supply the water for the historic Waterwalk down Main Street. The park is easily enjoyed by walking the gravel path under the shade of a variety of trees. At the top of the park the trail reaches a small amphitheater and more adventurous hikers can...
Affectionately known as "Long Park", this 10 acre neighborhood park connects the surrounding cul-de-sacs and homes in a long strip of land which mimics a golf fairway. A favorite for early morning walkers, the looped walking path winds its way through the park linking a children's playground, with swings, picnic areas with barbec...
Description:     Munchkins will be playing in the service boxes using the Red Low Compressed balls and Junior Size Rackets. Players will learn the Forehand and Backhand Groundstrok...
This 8 acre park adjacent to downtown provides spectacular views of St. George's famous...
A 12 acre community park suitable for large gatherings and events is located adjacent to Interstate 15.Surrounding the central parking lot and restroom facility are wide expanses of grass, three covered pavilions with picnic tables and barbecues, a children's playground with swings, and two sand volleyball courts.The city's first off-leash dog park is located in the northwest corner of the park providing separately fenced areas for both large and small dogs.The park provides trailhead access to the regional trail system via Hilton Drive Trail and connects to the Sk8te Park.
...ng of sitting on top of the world has always been a feature of Black Hills Park. Its overlook of the tree lined streets of St. George is one of the most spectacular vistas in Southern Utah. Seated at one of its park benches visitors can enjoy the Black Hills back drop or look to the east all the way to Zion National Park.The park construction crew lead by Park Supervisor Mike Jewel has just completed a wonderful addition to the park. A playground, complete with a sandbox, drinking fountain, and a unique baby swing designed and built by the crew and local fabricators is now opened. The playground slides and climbing features were salvaged from the kindergarten playground at the school torn down to build the new County Court House. No extra funding was available for this project so all of the work was done by our park staff. Even the new drinking fountain was from surplus equipment already owned by the City.Park Supervisor Shane Moore and his staff were able to take sod that needed to be removed for the installation of an ADA accessible ramp at Town Square and install the sod around the playground at no additional cost. The creative ingenuity of these crews is helping the City to continue to move forward with the goal to keep our parks safe, clean, and beautiful even when funds are limited. This creative project has been appreciated by the neighbors who have already relayed many positive comments to City staff. Please enjoy the newest addition to our park system.
Cottonwood Cove Park is a 7 acre community park located next to the Santa Clara River. This park was dedicated the summer of 2008. Planning for the park began in the mid 1990's. Part of the planned park project was on BLM property in which the city collaborated with the BLM to obtain that portion of the land. This park features plaques depicting events during the 2005 flood. Many of the homes that were washed away in the flood were located across the river from the park.FEMA money from lost city property from this flood and State money was used to construct this park. The playground equipment is very unique and makes the user think on how to use it. The largest playground piece connects to the climbing wall via a rope bridge. The climbing wall is 9' high and 40' long and has several different routes to challenge the users. Other park amenities include two shade pavilions with picnic tables and barbeques, sand volleyball court, horseshoe pits, open grass areas, lush landscape, swinging benches overlooking the children's playground, restroom facilities, and a loop trail. The Santa Clara River Regional Trail runs through the park.
This 5.5 acre community park provides direct access to Halfway Wash Trail and connection to the Red Cliffs Desert Reserve via Paradise Rim Trail. The park amenities include a covered pavilion with picnic tables and barbecues, children's playground with swings, a lighted half basketball court, and several grassy areas. Future improvements for this park include restroom facilities, additional shade trees and smaller picnic...
Park amenities include a pavilion (can be reserved), parking area, playground, restroom, turf grass areas, a paved walking path,...
This 4.4 acre neighborhood park also serves as a retention basin for storm water runoff. The park amenities include restroom facilities, two sand volleyball courts, a children's playground, and two lighted tennis courts. The park provides trailhead access to the regional trail system via Ft. Pearce Wash Trail and connects to Bloomington Hills North Park.
A beautiful 4.5 acre neighborhood park has a walking path that connects two neighborhoods to a children's playground, two lighted tennis courts, covered pavilion with tables and barbecues, a full basketball court, and sand volleyball court. Future improvements for this park include a restroom facility, swings, and an Eagle Scout project to connect the adjacent Heritage Elementary School to the park with a 5 foot wide sidewalk.
This 8 acre park located along the Virgin River and adjacent to Seegmiller Marsh is a good location for bird watchers. This park offers a lighted half basketball court, children's playground with swi...
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The 11 acre park is named in honor of the Mathis Family who donated farm land to the City of St. George. Although the fishing pond and park property were lost in the 2005 flood the park was re-built in 2008 with a number of added features and upgrades. The park amenities include a covered pavilion with picnic tables and barbecues,...
A 1.1 acre neighborhood park has a lighted sand volleyball court and half basketball court plus one unlit half basketball court ready for a pickup game. Adjacent to Harmon's Market, the park also has a covered pavilion with picnic tables, children's playground,...
A 7.0 acre neighborhood park has three lighted sport courts; sand volleyball, full basketball court, and half basketball. A loop walking path connects the sport courts with restroom facilities, children's playground, covered pavilion with picnic tables and barbecues all link to the adjacent neighborhoods. One of St. George's largest parks, the vast expanse of turf grass is waiting for your next picnic.
Description: Orange ball clinic will be played on a 60’ court and 50% compression orange balls to help players improve their tennis game.  Tennis rackets and court size are scaled dow...