Is St. George, Utah cool?  Well, PBS selected us as one of their 8 locations for the second season of  “Getting Away Together”.  So, yes, very cool.

The PBS reality show focuses on what happens when families get together in beautiful and adventurous destinations.  And when I say ‘together’ I mean everyone staying in the same large property.  There is no longer the need to pay for 3 hotel rooms when vacation rentals are available allowing multiple families to stay together with a full kitchen and large livingroom.


See the episode by clicking the link below:
St. George Utah – Getting Away Together

zion narrows

Learn the brief history of St. George.  Plus, it’s so fun to see where you’ve visited before or where you want to visit on National TV.  The episode feature many of the great Southern Utah destinations:

1) Sand Hollow Sand Dunes – check out what you can do with an ATV
2) Sand Hollow Reservoir
3) Coyote Gulch Art Village at Kayenta – yes you can create sculptures there
4) Tuacahn Amphitheatre – go behind the scenes to get a neat new perspective
5) Zion National Park – watch the family hike through the narrows
6) Entrada at Snow Canyon – see Southern Utah’s most luxurious community

Park City was also choses for one of the episodes.  You should see this one too.  It features the exciting summer activities that you don’t always think of in Park City:
Getting Away Together – Park City

Here are the other seasons featured on Getting Away Together:

1) South Lake Tahoe: check out some great skiing, snowmobiling, ice skating, and dog sled tours
2) Boothbay Harbor Maine: see what a championship lighthouse is, go lobstering, and then paint that lighthouse that you saw, and see a historical opera house
3) Cannon Beach Oregon:  see a rainforest and white sandy beaches in one location
4) Emerald Coast Florida: go on a pirate cruise and see ancient World War II battle grounds
5) Blue Ridge Georgia: take a fun historic train ride, go river rafting, and make some peach cider (moonshine? – maybe)
6) Crystal Cove North Carolina:  see the beauty of the North Carolina outer banks from the top of a huge lighthouse and pet wild horses