Hilton Drive Trail

Utah

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Hilton Drive Trail Facts

States: Utah
Counties: Washington
Length: 1.4 miles
Trail end points: J.C. Snow Park and Confluence Park at meeting of Virgin River and Santa Clara River
Trail surfaces: Asphalt
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 10287677

Hilton Drive Trail Description

Sited in southwest St. George, the Hilton Trail acts as a safe, non-motorized link between J.C. Snow Park in the north, and the Santa Clara Park and Trail in the south. The trail parallels the southbound lanes of I-15, but is totally off-street. Beginning at J.C. Snow park, the first part of the trail passes big box shopping and chain restaurants before coming to a stop on Bluff Road. Use the crosswalk to carefully cross the busy 9-lane street. The trail continues on the other side, sandwiched between Hilton Drive and I-15 and fenced off from the road. The trail comes to Dixie Drive but thankfully this time you can cross underneath the road to connect directly to the Santa Clara River Trail

Parking and Trail Access

Park at the northern trailhead, J.C. Snow Park located at 300 E 900 S, St. George. If you choose to begin from the southern end, you can park at the Crosby Family Confluence Park (2099 S Convention Center Dr, St. George). Take the Santa Clara River Trail west and connect with the Hilton Trail at Dixie Drive. 

Hilton Drive Trail Reviews

Connector Trail With J.C. Snow Park

Location: St George, UT
Trail Condition: Very good with wide pavement most of the trail, some sections of concrete.
Signage: St George trail system has excellent signage.
Comments: Short trail but nice connector from Mayor’s Loop to J.C. Snow park. Can’t say enough good things about the St George trail system and parks, can only get better with time and more inter-connectabilty (if such a word).

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