Day 6 of 10 Thanksgiving Challenge | Southern Utah
Many people reside in southern Utah for its affordable living climate. A sound economy, sunny days and small town atmosphere add to the attraction. They may choose to live in the heart of the city or prefer a more rural setting, near state or national parks or landmarks.
No longer just a retirement community or a stop on the highway to gas up or stay a night and move on, southern Utah is a destination for many looking for gainful employment as well. Tech jobs are springing up, along with medical occupations and construction opportunities galore!
The state and national parks are also a consideration:
- Gunlock State Park
- Sand Hollow State Park
- Quail Creek State Park
- Snow Canyon State Park
- Zion, Bryce Canyon and Capitol Reef are a big draw for outdoor enthusiasts. Hiking, biking, fishing, water skiing, world-class golfing are all part of that decision as well.
I am so thankful to live, work and play in an area that continues to give back, from one-of-a-kind sunrises and sunsets to an outdoor playground accessible year 'round, to the volunteers who service large yearly events such as:
Stop by the office on Main Street in the heart of downtown St. George to say hello or visit my remote location, the Dixie Hills Golf Course!