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Parques y naturaleza en St. George

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“Incredible hiking, fun slot canyons, really family friendly. Rock climbing, big sand dunes to play on, little playground at the campground. Excellent sunsets at the Butterly Dunes. ”
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Sendero
“Nature Reserve with all the desert plants, stream with native fish, etc. Hiking & rappelling. ”
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“Great park for families. Plenty of slides, tunnels, splash pads, and more. Everything is free too! (except for the train ride which is $1 per rider)”
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Jardín
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Parque
“https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g57119-d10770060-Reviews-St_George_Temple_Quarry_Trail-St_George_Utah.html#”
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Parque
“Townsquare Splash Pad and Park for Families. Carousel and so much more! Great place to cool off in the summer for families with young children. ”
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Sendero
“An oldie but goodie. This mountain bike terrain has trails for the beginner and the advanced. Many technical jumps and drops, but is fun all the way around. ”
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Parque
“Tonaquint Park is where you go to feed the ducks! It also has 8 tennis courts, 2 covered pavilions, picnic tables, barbecues, shaded children's playground, sand volleyball, restrooms, drinking fountains, electric outlets, parking, walking trails. ”
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Parque
“This is a fantastic place to start your bicycle ride, or take a walk. This is the head of the "famous" St. George biking and walking trail. If you've never heard of this famous series of biking and walking trails, search Google for: St George Utah Urban Trail Guide. This is one of the single reasons I wanted to live IN St. George, is for these trails. If you love to take long walks, or bicycle rides, this is the most amazing place in the world. These bicycle trails weave all through St. George, up by the river, down by the city, through all the parks, and across all the bridges. If you don't have a bicycle, don't worry, St. George City has free bicycles at various locations around town”
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Parque
“Ample grass areas. Miles of excellent walking/Biking paths with views. Adjacent to the Virgin River.”
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Parque
“First Friday's (First Friday of every month - Live Music, Wine Garden and much more)”
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Parque
“Beautiful place to hike and camp! It has several beautiful natural pools to swim in and small waterfalls. It's a kid friendly hike with a bit of shade here and there. In the spring the river is flowing and you often need to cross it so the shoes will most likey get soaked. In the summer the river dries and the pools become tepid but they are usually full of tadpoles so it's still a lot of fun for the kids..”
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Parque
“Hidden Valley Park includes a playground, splash pad, 2 covered pavilions, picnic tables, barbeques, grass, lighted sand volleyball, 2 lighted tennis courts, and WiFi. ”
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Sendero
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Parque
“J. C. Snow Park is a 12-acre park with 3 covered pavilions, picnic tables, barbecues, playground, sand volleyball, horseshoe pit, futsal court, dog park, and Skate Park.”
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Parque
“Here is a great all around spot for the mountain biker, rock climber, and hiker. Chuckwalla is full of climbs ranging from easy (5.8) to more difficult (5.12). The trail close by is also used by hikers and mountain bikers. ”
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