St. George, at one time considered to be nothing more than a fuel stop in the long drive between Los Angeles and Salt Lake City, has long since become a destination of its own.  With spectacular scenery, great weather (except for June, July and August), friendly people and a strong economy, St. George is also well known for its destination events, such as the St. George Marathon, Huntsman World Senior Games and the dazzling, eye-popping, envy-producing St. George Area Parade of Homes. 

The 26th annual St. George Area Parade of Homes, the largest event of its type in the State of Utah, will draw thousands to tour 28 breathtaking examples of the best-and-brightest, most current state-of-the-art in home design and construction, decor, landscaping, and home technology.  And, don’t miss the hundred or so local vendors who are setting up shop in the garages of each of the Parade homes.  They have impressive and exciting products to improve your home, as well. 

From 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. over the 10 days of February 12-21, 2016, the St. George Area Parade of Homes, sponsored by the Southern Utah Home Builders Association and Zions Bank, will see over 30,000 visitors, most who travel from as far away as Northern Utah or Las Vegas for the event and the pleasant spring weather.  Tickets, which will not be sold at the homes, are available at the Red Cliffs Mall, any Lin’s Market or branch of Zions Bank.

Speaking of homes, you won’t have to look far for a comfortable and affordable home-away-from-home while vacationing in southern Utah.  Whether you’re planning to stay for a week or a month, you can register online today for accommodations at St. George Resort Rentals at  or at for Five Seasons Vacation condominiums.

28 Eye-Popping Reasons to see the St. George Area Parade of Homes
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28 Eye-Popping Reasons to see the St. George Area Parade of Homes
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