Washington is the perfect long weekend getaway to explore gorgeous red cliffs and wonderful state parks. Washington is located in the St George metropolitan area of Utah and is an interesting town with lots of things to do and sights to see. If you're a true nature lover, your Utah vacation will most likely be spent mesmerizing at the red rock mountains and Zion National Park.
Washington City has a great selection of neighborhoods offering a range of vacation home rentals. If you're traveling with family and friends to the area, there are even vacation rentals with a private pool to cool off in the summer heat. It's no wonder that many travelers easily find a new home away from home in Washington.
Outdoor activities are top of the list of things to do in Washington, notably excursions to Zion National Park, Pioneer Park, Snow Canyon State Park, and Red Hills Desert Garden. These are great location for tours, hikes, and exploring. Once you've had enough fun in the red rock hills, visit the interesting and unique St George Dinosaur Discovery Site at the Johnson Farm to learn about history and dinosaurs. The center is perfect for kids, as is the St George Children’s Museum and Brigham's Playhouse where families can watch musicals and theater performances.
The Tuacahn Amphitheatre and the Daughters of Utah Pioneer Museum is ideal for history buffs looking to brush up their knowledge of the local area. Meanwhile, the Rosenbruch Wildlife Museum is home to wildlife and a surprising range of animals native to Utah.
License Plate Pole is an 81-foot high pole containing license plates from all 50 states in America and makes for a great photo opportunity. Afterwards, make your way to historic downtown and the outlet areas for a little retail therapy. For some more adrenaline-pumping, there is the option to take jeep tours and UTV/ATV tours in the rocky deserts for off-road adventures.
Washington has a large selection of vacation homes and rental condos in different areas close to shops, cafes, and green parks. The best places to stay are in the downtown Washington area where you can find everything in just within a few minutes walk. However, if you prefer being closer to the red rock mountains, the perfect vacation homes can be found on the outskirts of the city. Property listings reach over 400 vacation rentals in Washington City and over 1,500 in total in the bordering neighborhood of St George as well. Whether traveling with family, as a couple or with a group of friends, you're sure to find the best vacation rental to cater to your needs.
Washington is particulary hot in summertime, and cold and cloudy during winter. From May to September the temperatures rise above 100 degrees and fall below 60 degrees in December, January and February. For the best weather to enjoy the outdoors, visit Washington in April or October.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Washington. The hottest month in Washington is May, when temperatures peak at 111 ˚F. The coolest month is January, when temperatures drop to 19 ˚F. The wettest month in Washington is October with 2.62 inches of rain, while the driest month is December with 0.03 inches of rain.
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