The Red Hills Desert Garden | St. George

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The Red Hills Desert Garden | St. George

We stumbled upon The Red Hills Desert Garden on our way to The Crack in Pioneer Park.

It was closed to the public, not to open until May 20th, but they were so kind to let us run around for a bit to get a sneak peek while they were still planting.

It was absolutely breathtaking and the kids could have stayed for hours, running around the paths, over and under the many bridges. 

Locke (10) loves plants.

He was in heaven running around finding endangered species and plants that he had never seen like agave! 

The paths are a perfect playground for the kids to run and explore.

They even have a dinosaur fossil!

The strikes in the ground are believed to be dinosaur swim tracks.


The Garden showcases endangered species and promotes water conservation in the most beautiful garden. It is free to the public, but honestly it was so cool i would have paid to go.

The park will open to the public May 20th.

Visitor Info

Entrance Fee(s): 
Free
Helpful Tips: 

The Red Hills Desert Garden is in St. George between the Washington County Water Conservancy District’s office building and nearby Pioneer Park., but the park will open to the public May 20th.

Wheelchair and stroller friendly
Bathrooms were top notch


 

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