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1320Fastback wrote:

Stayed in St. George once. It was 99 degrees at 2AM


In July? Maybe. But hardly in the February/March timeframe requested by the original poster. And that's coming from a Utah resident.


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FirstTracks wrote:

1320Fastback wrote:

Stayed in St. George once. It was 99 degrees at 2AM


In July? Maybe. But hardly in the February/March timeframe requested by the original poster. And that's coming from a Utah resident.


Was May 3rd but yeah not when OP will be there.


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I live in St George and will stay in Snow Canyon (15 miles from home) when I get the chance. I also love Sand Hollow, but it is often booked by the Jeep crowd - Westside is the nice campground there. Quail Lake SP is pretty, no hook-ups and many sites are unlevel.

For commercial - Temple View is in town and very popular with the snowbird set. Over in Hurricane I like Willowind. The KOA is within site/sound of Interstate 15.

I would not risk Cedar City until April, as they're at 5,000' and could still be getting snow.

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Temple View is almost as packed as a sardine can. On the plus side staff is helpful.

Willow Wind in Hurricane is cleaner, paved streets, concrete pads, lots of mature trees for shade if you’re going in the summer.

We stayed there last year (2018).


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