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Virgin River Trail

The trail has been completed and open south of Sullivan Park all the way through. No more detour on Riverside. Beautiful new section with new boardwalks and pleasant scenery and river. The wait is over and we are happy!

May, 2020 by cosmicmoon26

The trail has been completed and open south of Sullivan Park all the way through. No more detour on Riverside. Beautiful new section with new boardwalks and pleasant scenery and river. The wait is over and we are happy!

Fort Pearce Wash Trail

Short Loop

March, 2020 by acewickwire

Location: St. George, UT
Parking: Crosby Family Confluence Park
Trail Condition: Wide and smooth.
Signage: We rode several trails on this ride and all had really good route direction signage and some informational signs. St. George has done a great job with their trail system, other communities should take note.
Comments: We picked up a 2019 St. George Park & Trail System Map & Guide. The updated guide shows current trail info. This trail really is just a short (0.3 mi) loop starting at St. James Park. The map on TrailLink is incorrect, that shows the trail as part of the Virgin River South Trail and Larkspur Trail. Not really much to say about this short loop. Good trail surface and a short diversion off the main Virgin River South Trail.

Bloomington Hills North Trail

Larkspur Trail Review

March, 2020 by acewickwire

Location: St. George, UT
Parking: Crosby Family Confluence Park
Trail Condition: Wide asphalt and smooth. Great shape. Up to the Bloomington Hills North Park section, that portion has narrower trail and older asphalt. Surface is still good.
Signage: We rode several trails on this ride and all had really good route direction signage and some informational signs. St. George has done a great job with their trail system, other communities should take note.
Comments: We picked up a 2019 St. George Park & Trail System Map & Guide. The updated guide shows current trail info. This trail incorporates the Bloomington Hills North Trail now. We started this trail from the Virgin River South Trail, rode to end of trail in Bloomington Hills North Park, and returned to Virgin River South Trail. A short steep hill climb from the river bed plain up into a residential area is encountered early on. From there it is a gradual climb to the end of trail. The trail passes through a couple park areas and green space. It is a nice diversion from the main Virgin River trails. Overall we really enjoyed all the trails and the scenery the St. George trail system had to offer. The trails are very popular with many folks (walkers & bikers) on them. People were friendly and offered a wave or hello.

Accordion

Santa Clara River Trail (UT)

Go Do It

March, 2020 by acewickwire

Location: St. George, UT
Parking: Crosby Family Confluence Park
Trail Condition: Wide asphalt and smooth. Great shape.
Signage: We rode several trails on this ride and all had really good route direction signage and some informational signs. St. George has done a great job with their trail system, other communities should take note.
Comments: We rode out and back. Great trail passing along a golf course, share a bridge crossing with the golf carts, then following along the river through a couple of very nice parks, and ending in a residential area. Overall we really enjoyed all the trails and the scenery the St. George trail system had to offer. The trails are very popular with many folks (walkers & bikers) on them. People were friendly and offered a wave or hello.

Middleton Wash Trail

Great Trail Through the Wash

March, 2020 by acewickwire

Location: St. George, UT
Parking: Crosby Family Confluence Park
Trail Condition: Wide asphalt and smooth. A couple repaired sections but still smooth.
Signage: We rode several trails on this ride and all had really good route direction signage and some informational signs. St. George has done a great job with their trail system, other communities should take note.
Comments: We rode this trail from the Virgin River North Trail. As the name implies it follows along Middleton Wash, which offers a riparian experience and a feeling of being away from the city but really aren’t. From the Virgin River North Trail this trail is uphill with a few short climbs here and there. There is a short boardwalk section. The trail is a delight and worth the diversion. Overall we really enjoyed all the trails and the scenery the St. George trail system had to offer. The trails are very popular with many folks (walkers & bikers) on them. People were friendly and offered a wave or hello.

Virgin River South Trail

Do This One

March, 2020 by acewickwire

Location: St. George, UT
Parking: Crosby Family Confluence Park
Trail Condition: Wide asphalt and smooth. Great shape. South end of trail from Man O War bridge south is closed and under construction until April with new asphalt being laid, etc.
Signage: We rode several trails on this ride and all had really good route direction signage and some informational signs. St. George has done a great job with their trail system, other communities should take note.
Comments: We picked up a 2019 St. George Park & Trail System Map & Guide. The updated guide shows current trail info. We started our ride on the Virgin River North Trail and connected to this trail at the really nice trail bridge at River Road. Per the St. George trail map the trail does go further north but we opted for the southern route and followed it to eventually reconnect with the Virgin River North Trail. This trail picks up again at the southern end of the Virgin River North Trail. That part of the trail is under construction, as mentioned above. A portion of this trail is part of the Mayor’s Loop (5.3 miles). These trails have underpasses when major streets are encountered and a number of trail bridges. There are a couple spur options off of this trail for more riding options. The trail goes through St. James park, very nice park with clean restrooms. Overall we really enjoyed all the trails and the scenery the St. George trail system had to offer. The trails are very popular with many folks (walkers & bikers) on them. People were friendly and offered a wave or hello.

Virgin River Trail

Do This Trail

March, 2020 by acewickwire

Location: St. George, UT
Parking: Crosby Family Confluence Park
Trail Condition: From parking north asphalt smooth and wide. The southern section is a much older trail and has been crack sealed many times, making a bumpier ride. Not bone shattering but not completely smooth.
Signage: We rode several trails on this ride and all had really good route direction signage and some informational signs. St. George has done a great job with their trail system, other communities should take note.
Comments: We picked up a 2019 St. George Park & Trail System Map & Guide. The updated guide shows this trail is now the Virgin River North Trail. On the north end of the trail there is a detour just short of Fossil Falls Park. We turned around here. TrailLink map shows the trail having a break before reconnecting to the northern end of trail past the park. St. George map shows the trail continuing as a “Multi-Use Paved Trail” and on to Washington. The south end of the trail ends at the Man O War bridge. TrailLink indicates the trail continues on the south side of the river after crossing the bridge. This further southern section is now part of the Virgin River South Trail, per the St. George map. St. George seems to have active trail building efforts on going with the detour at the north end of trail and Virgin River South Trail closed (fresh asphalt) from the Man O Bridge south. A portion of this trail is part of the Mayor’s Loop (5.3 miles). These trails have underpasses when major streets are encountered and a number of trail bridges. Overall we really enjoyed all the trails and the scenery the St. George trail system had to offer. The trails are very popular with many folks (walkers & bikers) on them. People were friendly and offered a wave or hello.

Webb Hill Trail

Views of River and City

March, 2020 by acewickwire

Location: St. George, UT
Parking: Crosby Family Confluence Park
Trail Condition: Wide asphalt and smooth. Great shape.
Signage: We rode several trails on this ride and all had really good route direction signage and some informational signs. St. George has done a great job with their trail system, other communities should take note.
Comments: We picked up a 2019 St. George Park & Trail System Map & Guide. The updated guide shows current trail info. TrailLink shows that this trail follows a natural surface trail from Larkspur Trail going west to connection with Virgin River South Trail and then continuing on asphalt surface to connection with Virgin River North Trail. While on the Larkspur trail we noted the natural surface trail on the bench headed west, we didn’t note any signage indicating this to be the start of Webb Hill Trail. The St. George trail map does not indicate this as part of the trail system. We picked up the trail at intersection with the Virgin River South Trail. At this point the trail follows along a bench above the river. Great views of the area and across to the Virgin River North Trail. Ends with a downhill to a long bridge across the river. Caution: very sharp left turn at bottom of hill to enter the bridge. A portion of this trail is part of the Mayor’s Loop (5.3 miles). Overall we really enjoyed all the trails and the scenery the St. George trail system had to offer. The trails are very popular with many folks (walkers & bikers) on them. People were friendly and offered a wave or hello.

Bloomington Hills North Trail

Now Part of Larkspur Trail

March, 2020 by acewickwire

Location: St. George, UT
Parking: Crosby Family Confluence Park
Trail Condition: Has narrower trail and older asphalt. Surface is still good.
Signage: We rode several trails on this ride and all had really good route direction signage and some informational signs. St. George has done a great job with their trail system, other communities should take note.
Comments: We picked up a 2019 St. George Park & Trail System Map & Guide. The updated guide shows current trail info. This trail is now considered to be the Larkspur trail. (See review of Larkspur Trail.)

Pa'rus Trail

Easy trail for families with small children

July, 2019 by lvfunnyfarm

Nice nature walk in a stunning location

Bunkerville Bicycle and Pedestrian Trail

Bunkerville trail

April, 2019 by kk7ba

Nice easy walk. Along state highway but enjoyable.

Virgin River Trail

a lot of additions

September, 2018 by elj317

Traveling around the Southwest. Read the reviews on this trail. Not too impressive but decided to give it a try. What a surprise!!! A massive amount of work has been done-a lot of trail added. i can't even name the additions since I am only passing through. Suffice to say , I did 30 miles and could have done a lot more. A lot of the trail system is brand new. All new parks and facilities. Fantastic!!! Like the best trails in any state. Brand new-clean facilities. Absolutely immaculate trail system. They had some additions closed for the on going work. Great maps and directional info at every intersection. Kudos to Washington and St. George , Utah

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