Your gateway to Zion National Park
Set in the southern part of Utah, St. George is the starting point for visits to Zion National Park as well as a being destination of its own. Owing to its pleasant weather and calm and peaceful atmosphere, St. George is one of the fastest growing cities in the U.S. and is quickly becoming a destination similar to Palm Springs. While snowbirds flock to the warmer climate in Palm Springs during the winter, visitors from the hot desert cities like to come to St. George for the cooler weather and luxurious style of living.
With Zion National Park nearby as well as the many lakes, parks and golf courses in and around St. George, it is truly an outdoor lover’s paradise. But St. George isn’t only for outdoor enthusiasts. The historic downtown area is filled to the brim museums, galleries, restaurants and shops. In the Main Street historic district, guests can check out St. Georges vibrant arts scene’s many galleries, studios and community arts & craft shows.
One of Utah’s crown jewels, Zion National Park, is just about an hour to the east of St George and is what bring so many visitors to the region. Famous for its unbelievable rock formations and cliffs made of red sandstone, Zion is one of the world’s most popular spots for mountain biking, hiking, mountaineering and canyoneering. With more than 100 species of animals, 900-plus native plants and endless photo opportunities, Zion has endless memories for nature seekers and as well. And your evenings will be just as memorable, especially at the Red Mountain Resort and Spa. Set in the bright, red rock vistas just outside of town, Red Mountain Resort is a luxury, all-inclusive resort with beautifully appointed rooms, manicured grounds and attentive staff. With so much to do in St. George and across the region, you will leave both satisfied and wanting more.
Private Aircraft Charter to St George FAQ
What do I need to think about when chartering to St George?
Getting to St. George is an easy affair, with two excellent area airports ready to serve guests’ charter flights to the region. St. George Regional Airport – SGU - is the closest airport to downtown St. George and is ideal for visits to Red Cliffs National Conservation Area, Snow Canyon State Park as well as Northern Arizona. For those who will be primarily be visiting Zion National Park, Cedar City Regional Airport – CDC - is an ideal airport. CDC, like SGU, has runways long enough for all classes of aircraft, so you will have no issues with access in heavy jets. Getting to Zion National Park as well as St. George from CDC is about an hour’s drive in both directions.
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