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Washington County, Utah, and its neighboring environs, is home to some of the most spectacular vistas in the United States. Whether you’re interested in just sitting back and taking in the scenery, or putting on your hiking boots and setting off on an adventure in the desert, you’d be hard pressed to find a more diverse, welcoming place on earth.

We’ve included links to many of the websites that will help in your quest to discover more about the region, from the great outdoors, to the great indoors…
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Washington County, Utah, is also home to a growing list of national and international events, as well as a remarkable number of professional and community theatre and concert offerings, art galleries and fine restaurants.

October 2016 will be the 40th anniversary of the St. George Marathon and the 11th Huntsman World Senior Games. The 7th Ironman competition was just held in May 2016.

Tuacahn Amphitheatre, a 2,000-seat outdoor professional venue, located in Ivins, is an international draw to the area, not only for its blockbuster productions, but for its spectacular red-rock canyon setting.

Kayenta Art Village, also located in Ivins, is home to a variety of world class art galleries and studios, one of the area’s most acclaimed restaurants and will soon be home to the new Kayenta Center for the Arts; a 200-seat black-box theatre, which will offer an alternative, intimate theatrical experience.

We’ve included links to many of these websites below…
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The cities and towns in Washington County all have their unique characteristics and magnificent topography. From Ivins, the home of Snow Canyon State Park, to Springdale, at the entrance of Zion National Park, one can find everything from quaint to quirky. So discovering your new home can just be a matter of finding where you feel at home! It’s all here in Washington County.

We’ve included links to a few of the cities and towns below…
NOTE: CITY DEMOGRAPHICS will link you to, where you can research a huge variety of statistics about the entire state of Utah…a very useful tool!