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RV Park - St. George

Esquire Estates MH & RV Park - St. George, Utah

Utah is a prime destination for RVers everywhere, and St. George has magic that’s all its own. At Esquire Estates MH & RV Park in Castle Dale, Utah, we offer spacious landing spots that make a perfect home away from home and pride ourselves on our wide array of modern amenities. In addition, we offer easy access to St. George and many other attractions in the area.

Call to make your reservation today!

(435) 749-4920

St. George Has Got It All

There are plenty of reasons why it’s difficult to stay away from St. George, but one of its most beautiful calling cards is its proximity to Zion National Park. With near perfect weather year-round, including moderate winters, thisparadise in the southwest corner of Utah shouldn’t be missed.

Snow Canyon State Park

Snow Canyon State Park would undoubtedly be a national park if it were anywhere else but Utah. This gem of a park is named for early leaders in the State of Utah but rarely sees snow of its own. Boasting 16 miles of hiking trails, Snow Canyon State Park doesn’t stop there. Consider the following enticements:

  • Prime spots for technical rock climbing
  • Horseback riding opportunities
  • Photo ops for days
  • Diverse wildlife

All of this is set against eye-popping views of towering sandstone cliffs painted in vibrant hues.

Snow Canyon State Park
zion national park

Zion National Park

Zion is Utah’s first national park and it attracts visitors, and its epic beauty attracts visitors from far and wide. Graced by immense sandstone cliffs that are bathed in creams, pinks, and reds and set against the sky’s brilliant blue, Zion doesn’t disappoint, and with all the following activities at hand, you’ll never run out of things to do, including:

  • World class backpacking and hiking that range from easy strolls to outsize adventures
  • Biking – both Pa’rus Trail and Zion Canyon Scenic Drive are accessible for bicyclists
  • Birding – with 291 confirmed species of gorgeous birds
  • Canyoneering
  • Climbing, including overnight bivouacs (with permit)
  • Guided horseback riding from March through October
  • Activities run by Rangers
  • River trips
  • Unparalleled sunsets and stargazing
  • Picnicking

The Narrows is one of the most popular spots in the park, and it represents the narrowest portion of Zion Canyon. This gorge’s 1,000-foot walls enclose a river that narrows to just 20 to 30 feet wide and can be experienced from a paved, wheelchair accessible Riverside Walk that stretches for a mile from the Temple of Sinawava. If you are raring for more, however, you’ll need to wade upstream through the Virgin River. Hiking through the narrows affords some of the canyon’s most spectacular views.

If scenic drives are more your thing, you’ve also come to the right place.

Sand Hollow State Park

Sand Hollow State Park is where red rock and silky red sand melds with warm, blue water and is one of the state’s most popular parks. Whether you’re into boating, off-roading, fishing, or throwing down a blanket and hosting a picnic, it’s hard to imagine a more ideal spot.
Hollow State Park

Call to make your reservation today!

(435) 749-4920

Additional Highlights

Additional highlights in and around St. George include:

  • The St. George Utah Temple, which is an imposing, all-white building that occupies an entire city block and has beautiful grounds that are open to the public
  • Pioneer Park, which is a family friendly mainstay with some truly gorgeous, sheltered picnic sites
  • Hiking trails everywhere
  • The Brigham Young Winter House
  • St. George Children’s Museum, which houses an interactive wonderland for the younger set
  • Town Square Park – with its immense splash pad and historic carousel
  • Red Hills Desert Garden, which boasts more than 5,000 native plants – some of which are so intensely hued they seem to glow
  • Little Black Mountain Petroglyphs, which affords well-defined petroglyphs if you’re up for a short trek
  • St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site at Johnson Farms, which features fossilized dinosaur tracks
  • Quail Creek State Park, which supports fishing, swimming, boating, and paddleboarding
Red Desert Hills

Book Your Stay with Us Today

Esquire Estates MH & RV Park – located 425 Esquire Parkway in Castle Dale, Utah – is the perfect place for settling in and exploring the bounty that this gorgeous area has to offer. We’re just a few hours from St. George and offer convenient access to many other attractions in the area. We’re well equipped to handle your RV with spacious, well-appointed parking spots that allow you to make the most of your time with us. Whether you’re new to the area or simply can’t stay away, don’t delay booking a space by contacting or calling us at (435) 749-4920 today.