We’re in the middle of it. Last stretch and it’s that ‘almost end of summer’ fever. There are those are you swarming to the beach, headed into the ocean with the masses of crowds and other sea-farers. Trying to soak in those last few drops of rays. Not us. If you’re looking for an adventurous getaway, try the unexpected. A trip to Southern Utah might be—shockingly—just what you need. Un-inhibited sunshine and pure stark adventure.

Utah is full of charm, beauty, spirit, and excitement

St. George, Utah is a unique sort of escape…right outside of the majestic Zion National Park, this metropolis is known as “Utah’s Dixie” because of its temperate climate and mild nature. Surrounded by Red Rock and a fierce landscape, it’s a whole new world of exploration. We found the perfect way to explore Utah without sacrificing the classic comforts of home. Coral Springs Resort is a brand new vacation home property in the area that combines a modern southwest motif with updated luxury.

Perfect for a family getaway, each suite is oversized, built for groups/families of at least six, and has a very relaxing ‘home away from home’ vibe. Oversize master bath suites feature walk in showers, spacious covered patios, top of the line kitchens for when you want to cook—and proximity to downtown St. George for when you want to order in.

The unique location—at the Hurricane Exit off I-15—keeps you out of the downtown St. George congestion and free to explore Zion National Park, Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Snow Canyon at your leisure.  Just minutes away you can enjoy the coolness of Quail Creek and Sand Hollow Reservoirs. Golfers discover the incredible scenery of Coral Canyon Golf Course across the Street and Sky View 10 minutes away.

Zion National Park is home to some of the world’s most epic hikes, including Angel’s Landing and the slightly more extreme Narrows Canyon. Hiking the Narrows takes a little planning (the National Park requires a permit) and praying that the weather doesn’t fail you (note—July equals Monsoon season), but when you finally journey the full 16 miles through a slot canyon of slightly wet awe-inspiring beauty, it’s completely worth it. Being able to drive to your luxury three bedroom suite after spending a 12 hour day waist high in river water and narrowly avoiding a flash flood? Pretty priceless.

Don’t underestimate the power of Southern Utah’s southwest hospitality and unadulterated need for adventure. It could be the trip of a lifetime.