Best Accommodations For Off Road Enthusiasts In St. George

St. George, Utah is well-known for its dramatic natural beauty, spectacular scenery and the proximity to several national parks including Bryce Canyon National Park, Zion National Park and the Grand Canyon National Park.

Here at Dixie 4 Wheel Drive, we not only love the scenery and beauty but also the recreational opportunities they represent. As off-road junkies, it’s hard to turn down the numerous off-roading trails near St. George and we put our rigs to the test as often as possible. After all, those custom Jeep modifications, upgrades and suspension lifts can’t go to waste.

But even off-road enthusiasts need a place to rest, recharge, perhaps trade tales about their 4-wheel drive adventures or plan their next excursion. Luckily, St. George, Utah is a small city with big city amenities.

There are plenty of accommodation options available to suit everyone, ranging from luxurious hotels and resorts, cozy bed and breakfasts and condos, villas, vacation rentals to RV parks and camping sites. The possibilities are limitless.

  1. Hotels and resorts in St. George, Utah

You can still explore the off-road trails during the day while having a comfortable hotel or resort room to retire to in the evening. The hotels and resorts in this town are really diverse and accommodating. Whether you’re looking for a luxury, mid-range or budget hotel or resort, it’s not hard to find one that suits you. Some of the notable ones include the Red Mountain Resort, The Inn at Entrada and the Best Western Plus Abbey Inn.

  1. Motels and bed and breakfasts

Motels in St. George have variety and the bed and breakfasts are staffed by people who know the local history, lore and hidden gems in the area. These accommodations are charming, affordable and have good rooms where you can catch some rest. Some of those worth looking into include the Chalet Motel, Seven Wives Inn and the Dixie Palms Motel.

  1. RV Parks in St. George

Sometimes you don’t want to bother with booking a room and prefer to set up in an RV instead. RV parks in St. George offer plenty of recreation choices (for when you take a break from off-roading), spacious lots, plenty of parking space and big rig access. Check out Mc. Arthur’s Temple View RV Resort or WillowWind RV Park.

  1. St. George Campgrounds

Camping outdoors in St. George is a delightful experience and some campsites allow both tent pitching and setting up an RV. The most popular ones include St. George RV Park & Campground, Pine Valley Recreational Area, Sand Hollow State Park and St. George KOA.

As the premier auto repair shop in St. George, we can give you pointers on the best accommodations while we do repairs or work on a custom build for your 4×4 vehicle. Come visit our shop and experience our unmatched customer service first-hand. We’re always happy to help.

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