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Pioneer Park, St. George
(4.8/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web)
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  • A must do for climbers/hikers (especially good for kids and adults alike). It's a small area but lots of fun. A little too much broken glass mars the adventure. 
  • We checked this out during a Thanksgiving visit. This is a great place to climb and inspect the famous red sandstone that surrounds St. George. Beautiful views of the city below, with easy climbing ac...  more »
  • FrFree and gorgeous . The red Rock hills are made for climbing on. Caves and valleys. Lots of trails. It was great for kids. Go at sunset 
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  • Beautiful place! Lots of fun nooks to explore and great scenery.
  • Beautiful and very dog-friendly. It's a very convenient and accessible location for those living in St. George, and it's always a lot of fun to climb over the rocks. Also had excellent trail access, and the views and sunsets are amazing.
  • Whether you are passing through on your way to Vegas or if you are in town for a few days I would really recommend this park. It's a very raw and natural feel and is a great place to walk around and enjoy the natural scenery of St. George. If you are bringing your kids there are a few places to be careful since there are some high rocks that you can climb on. All in all this is an awesome part of St. George.
  • Great unknown spot. When you first drive in, there's a large desert garden with pathways and labeled plants and a pond. If you drive in a minute further there's a small picnic area, a short& tight slot canyon and more hiking
  • A surprising amount of wildlife here even in the middle of summer. A lot of fun stuff to explore around here. The rock structures are small enough for kids to run around, and big enough to be a challenge to climb around. Will be coming back here next time I'm in St. George.