Knights Inn St. George North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... holiday weekend and we would have a free run of the park. We arrived at the entrance at 7:30 am with no traffic and no lines. As the day grew older, the park grew full. Yes indeed, the summer park season has started. We are glad we got an early start.
During this time of year (considered summer season by Mid-May), private vehicles are not allowed to enter the Scenic Drive section of the park. A free shuttle provides transportation to nine stops. What we ...
... St. George’s main industry is tourism, its location to Zion and Bryce National Parks drawing many thousands of tourists each year.
The city’s historical buildings reflect two influences: a southern-based, gracious architecture, and a more wild-West-type construction.
Zion National Park Left the car in the car park at Springdale and caught the free shuttle into the park. We stopped at the Visitor Ctr and watched the slightly cheesy but informative orientation video. We planned to do 2 walks, the first the Emerald Pools which allowed us to view pools fed by overhead seepage on three different levels of the Canyon. The walk took about 2 hours and ...
... Some famous names involved in the dam's design and construction included Morrison-Knudsen, Henry Kaiser, and the Bechtel Company. At the peak of construction in 1934, more than 5,200 workers swarmed over the site. It’s easy to feel quite puny in the presence of this construction and engineering marvel. The Hoover Dam, surprisingly, did not make the American Society of Civil Engineers’ list of greatest ...
... and received a couple of good recommendations. We crossed over the main street and headed into Heritage Square. Besides the great restaurants (The Painted Pony is quite good, although a little pricey as everything is a la carte), there are little boutique shops as well as the little buildings the square is named for. One building was made from the left over stone used to build the St. George Mormon Temple. Others were made from local quarried stone. They are all tiny ...