Experience Outdoor Adventure While Camping in St George Utah

Southern Utah is steeped in history, and a significant portion of it runs through a beautiful resort called Irons Springs. There were many iron mines in the area back in the day, and some of the buildings on the resort property are the former offices of one such mine. The southern Utah area is full of outdoor recreation opportunities, and the Iron Springs Adventure Resort serves as a wonderful base camp for all of those activities.


The resort has a wonderful opportunity for Camping in St George Utah. There are 39 clean, modern and relatively large RV sites on the property. Every site has access to the free Wi-Fi that runs throughout the campground. There are a variety of lengths available in the sites so large rigs down to a small pop-up camper can be easily accommodated. In addition to the RV area, there are also a couple of miners cabins. These cabins are a nice change of pace with one offering 2 beds and a bathroom, and the other set up as a studio style room. The last option for spending some time at the resort is to rent one of the 11 well-appointed hotel rooms. Each room has a theme that will help travelers feel right at home in the southern Utah area.


There is a continental breakfast each morning for those staying in one of the 11 lodge rooms. There is also a wonderful outdoor patio seating area which makes for a great spot to start the day with a cup of coffee or end the day with a favorite beverage. There is a country store on-site to purchase any gear that is needed for Camping in St George Utah. There is also a full-service restaurant creating delicious meals each day. Going to visit the website of Irons Springs resort will give prospective visitors a good look at all of the other amenities as well.

Outdoor Adventure

The extensive trail system that is near the resort sets up visitors to take in the majestic mountain views. The trail system is also great to use with four-wheelers, bikes or other off-road vehicles. The resort is also close to national parks that provide excellent hiking and sightseeing.

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