Middleton Wash Trail

Utah

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Middleton Wash Trail Facts

States: Utah
Counties: Washington
Length: 1.3 miles
Trail end points: S. Arroyo Dr. and N. Acantilado Dr. and Virgin River Trail at Virgin River near Mall Dr.
Trail surfaces: Asphalt
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 6517933

Middleton Wash Trail Description

A part of the City of St. George trail system, the Middleton Wash Trail runs through the eastern part of the city along Middleton Wash. The trail provides a recreational opportunity for nearby residents and connects to the Virgin River Trail at its southern endpoint.

Parking and Trail Access

There are no official parking areas for the Middleton Wash Trail, but parking may be found on-street in St. George.

Middleton Wash Trail Reviews

Great Trail Through the Wash

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.

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