What’s your favorite outdoor activity? Fishing, camping, hiking, canyoneering, climbing, boating, swimming, wake boarding, horseback riding or ATVing? If you answered yes to any of those, pack your bags for a trip to St. George, a fun town in Southern Utah with four state parks to please any whim. Each park offers something different and can be visited year around.

Snow Canyon State Park: Why go? If you love hiking, climbing, horseback riding or biking, head to Snow Canyon State Park, only 9 miles North of St. George. This park has 38 miles of hiking trails and is an excellent spot for photographers.

Quall Lake State Park: This 40,000 acre reservoir is perfect for camping and offers beautiful views of Zion National Park. Located a few miles north of St. George off Interstate 15, Quail Lake has rainbow trout, bass and catfish, making this spot a fisherman’s dream.

Sand Hollow State Park: With 15,000 acres of bright orange sand dunes, this state park has ATV enthausists flocking to the area to ride the sandy waves. But that’s not all, Sand Hollow also has a reservoir twice the size of Quail Lake and offers swimming, boating, fishing and sandy beaches for sunbathing.

Gunlock State Park: Campsites for this state park will run you an easy $13 dollars a night and well worth it. The area offers boating and fishing and hiking around some pretty incredible waterfalls.