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Bluedog

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Would like advice on the best campground to stay at in St. George and what to expect for weather in February/March.

Also, would Cedar City be a better choice since it is not as large.

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Bluedog wrote:

Would like advice on the best campground to stay at in St. George and what to expect for weather in February/March.

Also, would Cedar City be a better choice since it is not as large.


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Been there and hiked one day in shorts and Had a Sunset the next night with 8"s of Snow - Just the Best!

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A bit up the hill, but Hurrican/St.George KOA is beautiful. Stayed twice and plan to return.

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We enjoyed Sand Hollow. Different time of year, but it was nice.


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Bluedog wrote:

Would like advice on the best campground to stay at in St. George and what to expect for weather in February/March.

Also, would Cedar City be a better choice since it is not as large.
Can't help with a CG, but St. George would be quite a bit warmer than Cedar City. Like 10 degrees or so. Also, much less chance of snow in St. George.


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bigorange wrote:

We enjoyed Sand Hollow. Different time of year, but it was nice.


X2. Nice views from the higher sites. I had a pull thru on the west side of the north loop.

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ljr wrote:

bigorange wrote:

We enjoyed Sand Hollow. Different time of year, but it was nice.


X2. Nice views from the higher sites. I had a pull thru on the west side of the north loop.

Sand Hollow


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We loved Snow Canyon State Park right outside of St. George, which we visited in November -- video here: https://youtu.be/Ae-XLFXVdk4. Many sites have electric/water and there's a community RV dump on the loop. Be careful of which site you choose, however, for 1-14 are insanely close together. We had 15A (W/E site) which is incredibly spacious. Realize that Cedar City is quite a bit higher in elevation, and therefore much colder and more prone to snow.

And if you prefer to boondock there are great spots near Virgin: https://youtu.be/O_CeDJtVs0s


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Stayed in St. George once. It was 99 degrees at 2AM and slept with the AC full blast all night long after taking a hot shower with cold water that had been warming all day long on the drive in.

Never again, pushing on to Cedar City next time as it was beautiful on the return trip.


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