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Bike Routes & Trails

SunTran Routes

Call 673-8726 for schedule

Trailheads
Parks
Neighborhood Park
Community Park

Recreation Facilities
Schools
Red Cliffs
Desert Reserve

Urban Trails

Bear Claw Poppy - A


Bear Claw Poppy - B
Bear Claw Poppy - C
Bloomington Hills North
Bluff Street
Fort Pearce Wash
Fort Pierce Industrial Park
Gas Line
Halfway Wash
Highway 18
Hilton Drive
Mathis Park
Middleton Wash
Rim Rock
Sand Hollow Wash
Santa Clara River
Snow Canyon
South Bloomington/SunRiver
Temple Quarry
Virgin River
Virgin River South
Webb Hill
West Fort Pierce

Rivers
City Limits
Download the Urban Trail System map at:
www.sgcity.org/parks

Trailheads

Bear Claw A
Bear Claw B
Confluence
Chuckwalla
J.C. Snow Park
Larkspur Park
Man O War
Mathis Park
Pioneer Park
Riverside
Royal Oaks
Sand Hollow
St. James
Tawa
Temple Quarry
Tonaquint Park
Webb Hill

Community Parks

Bloomington
Canyons Complex
Centennial
Cottonwood Cove
Hela Seegmiller Farm
Hidden Valley
J.C. Snow
Pioneer
Royal Oaks
The Fields
Tonaquint
Vernon Worthen

Neighborhood Parks

1100 East
2450 East
Black Hill View
Blake Memorial
Bloomington Hills
Bloomington Hills North
Bloomington Petroglyph
Bluff Street
Brooks Nature Park
Christensen
College
Cox
Dixie Downs
Firehouse
Forest
Larkspur
Mathis
Middleton
Shadow Mountain
Slick Rock
Springs
Sunset

Recreation Facilities

Bloomington Park Softball


Canyons Softball Complex
City Pool & Hydrotube
Dinosaur Discovery Site at
Johnson Farm
Elks Baseball Field
The Fields Softball & Soccer
Pioneer Center for The Arts
Recreation Center
Sand Hollow Aquatic Center
Sk8 George Skateboard Park
Skyline Pond Urban Fishery
Sun Bowl
Tawa Ponds Urban Fishery
Tonaquint Nature Center
Tonaquint Tennis Facility
Town Square
Vernon Worthen
Horseshoe Courts

St. George City


Urban Trail Guide

Red Cliffs Desert Reserve

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Paved Shared-Use Trail


Natural Trail
Bicycle Lane
Bicycle Route

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Bear Claw A
Bear Claw B
Confluence
Chuckwalla
J.C. Snow
Larkspur Park
Man O War
Mathis Park
Pioneer Park
Riverside
Royal Oaks
Sand Hollow
St. James
Tawa
Temple Quarry
Tonaquint Park
Webb Hill

Community Parks
Bloomington
Canyons Complex
Centennial
Cottonwood Cove
Hela Seegmiller Farm
Hidden Valley
J.C. Snow
Pioneer
Royal Oaks
The Fields
Tonaquint
Vernon Worthen

Recreation Facilities

Neighborhood Parks
1100 East
2450 East
Black Hill View
Blake Memorial
Bloomington Hills
Bloomington Hills North
Bloomington Petroglyph
Bluff Street
Brooks Nature Park

Bloomington Park Softball


Canyons Softball Complex
City Pool & Hydrotube
Dinosaur Discovery Site

At Johnson Farm
Elks Baseball Field
The Fields Softball & Soccer
Pioneer Center For The Arts
Recreation Center
Sand Hollow Aquatic Center
Sk8 George Skateboard Park
Skyline Pond Urban Fishery
Sun Bowl
Tawa Ponds Urban Fishery
Tonaquint Nature Center
Tonaquint Tennis Facility
Town Square
Vernon Worthen

Horseshoe Court

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Trailhead Access

Trail Mileage

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Bloomington Hills North

Bluff Street

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Fort Pearce Wash

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Fort Pierce Industrial Park

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Highway 18 (UDOT maintained)

Hilton Drive

Mathis Park

Middleton Wash

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1.3

Rim Rock

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Sand Hollow Wash

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Santa Clara River

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Snow Canyon

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South Bloomington/SunRiver

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Temple Quarry

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Virgin River South

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Webb Hill

Paved Shared-Use Trail:


A paved pathway for bicyclists
and pedestrians which is physically separated from motorized vehicular traffic.

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627-4080
627-4525
627-4000
574-3466
628-7003
627-4949
627-4653
627-4500
627-4500
627-4530
627-4300
627-4050
627-4560
627-4585
673-8726
627-4584
627-4590

Neighborhood Parks

Neighborhood Parks are developed recreation areas owned
and maintained as public parks by the City. Neighborhood Parks
are deliberately close to residential areas so that they are easily accessed by walking or biking. Neighborhood Parks have
limited automobile parking, no lighted athletic fields for team
competition, and no schedule for organized programs. There
may be basketball standards, a tennis court, or a volleyball court
with associated lighting within the park. Neighborhood Parks
generally range from 4-10 acres.
Community Parks

Community Parks are parks owned and maintained by the
City that generally range in size from 10-50 acres. Community
Parks serve several neighborhoods and can accommodate special events and gatherings. Community Parks provide the same
amenities and elements found at a Neighborhood Park but
they may also include sport fields for competitive play, group
shelters, nature centers, swimming pools, recreation centers,
skate parks, tennis complexes, or other opportunities for recreation activity that involve larger groups, competitions, and
community gatherings.

Mayor: Daniel D. McArthur


City Manager: Gary S. Esplin
City Council:
Suzanne B. Allen, Gil Almquist, Gail Bunker,
Jon Pike, Gloria Shakespeare.

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Halfway Wash Trail

Virgin River Trail

Park/Facility

Location

Black Hill View Park


Blake Memorial Park
Bloomington Park
Bloomington Hills North Park
Bloomington Hills Park
Bluff Street Park
Brooks Nature Park
Canyons Complex
Centennial Park
Christensen Park
College Park
Cottonwood Cove Park
Cox Park
Dixie Downs Park
Hela Seegmiller Farm
Hidden Valley Park
J.C. Snow Park
Larkspur Park
Mathis Park
Middleton Park
Pioneer Park
Royal Oaks Park
Shadow Mountain Park
Skyline Pond
Sk8 George Skate Park
Slick Rock Park
Springs Park
Sunset Park
Tawa Ponds
The Fields
Tonaquint Nature Center
Tonaquint Tennis Facility
Tonaquint Park
Town Square
Vernon Worthen Park
1100 East Park
2450 East Park

265 South & Airport Road


626 South 1360 West
650 W. Man O War Road
East Vermilion Avenue
Redwood Tree Dr.
600 North Bluff St.
452 North Main
1890 West 2000 North
301 North 2200 East
3764 South 1470 West
200 South 1000 East
1027 South Dixie Dr.
900 East 1000 South
1230 North 1795 West
2450 South 3000 East
3505 S. Barcelona Dr.
900 South 400 East
815 East Ft. Pierce Dr.
1820 W. Mathis Park Place
800 North 1700 East
Red Hills Parkway
1250 North 1400 West
360 North 1050 West
Red Hills Parkway
900 South 400 East
2395 E. Riverside Dr.
2395 East Springs Dr.
540 North 1590 West
Snow Canyon Parkway
2995 South 2350 East
1851 South Dixie Dr.
1851 South Dixie Dr.
1851 South Dixie Dr.
50 South Main St.
300 South 400 East
700 South 1100 East
130 North 2450 East

Hand signals Cyclists must use hand signals to alert motorists


when turning or stopping. See illustration in adjacent column.

l In some instances where an off-roadway bike path has been


provided, you may be directed by an official traffic control device
to use the path rather than the roadway.

Be Consistent Be predictable by walking, skating, or biking


in as straight a course as possible. This will prevent accidental
collisions and make passing slower trail users safer.
Be Alert Always watch for turning vehicles. Be cautious when
approaching other trail users. Walk, ride, and skate defensively.
Trail Courtesy Pedestrians yield to horses. Cyclists and skaters
yield to horses and pedestrians.

Dress Appropriately Wear clothes in layers to adjust to temperature changes. Bright clothes increase visibility. Be prepared
for heat, rain and wind as the season dictates.

* The entire trail is outside the St. George City limits.


** Plus 4.5 miles outside St. George City limits. 7.6 miles total.

Park Locations & Facilities

l Ride no more than two abreast and then only if you would not
impede traffic.

Floodplains Many trails are located in floodplains. This means


they are subject to periodic flooding. Always use caution when
on trails during local or distant rainstorms.

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Speed Limits Do not exceed posted speed limits. Always stay


in control by letting the terrain, surfacing, trail width, your experience, and other factors dictate your speed.
Lock Your Bike Never leave your bike unattended. Lock bikes
to racks provided and be sure to lock not only the frame, but the
front and rear wheels.

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Plan Ahead Know where you are going. Tell someone where
you plan to be and what time to expect you back. Know your
equipment, your ability, the weather, and the area.

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l To make a left turn, you have two options as a bicyclist:


l Use the left turn lane or two-way left turn lane in the same
manner required of motor vehicles; or
l Stay on the right side of the roadway, ride through the intersecting roadway to the far corner and stop. After it is safe and
legal to do so, cross going in the new direction, continuing to
travel on the right side of the roadway.
l Always signal your intention to turn right or left, change lanes,
or stop at least three seconds before doing so. You do not have
to maintain a continuous signal if you need your hand to control
the bike. Once stopped in a designated turn lane you are not
required to signal again before turning.
l The acceptable hand signals are: (See hand signals diagram)
l Left turn left hand and arm extended horizontally;
l Right turn left hand and arm extended upward or right
hand and arm extended horizontally; and
l Stop or decrease speed left hand and arm extended
downward.
l Always yield to pedestrians and give an audible signal when
overtaking them.
l Use care and safe speeds to avoid collisions. Never ride where
bicycles are prohibited. Never carry more people on your bike
than it was designed and equipped to handle; though, as an
adult, you may carry a child securely attached to you in a back
pack or sling. Never race bicycles on the highway except in events
approved by state or local authorities.
l Do not carry any package, bundle, or article that prevents using both hands to control your bike. You must have at least one
hand on the handlebars at all times.
l You are required to have a white headlight, red taillight or reflector, and side reflectors, all visible for at least 500 feet any time
you ride earlier than a half hour before sunrise or later than a half
hour after sunset.
l Your bicycle must be equipped with brakes.

Mayors Message

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Signs Obey all traffic signs. Bicycles must follow the same rules
of the road as vehicles.

Pass With Care Cyclists and skaters should give an audible


warning whenever passing. Always pass on the left. Do not pass
when center line is solid.

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l Your bicycle is considered a vehicle and you have the same


rights and are subject to the same provisions as the operator of
any other vehicle. This includes obeying traffic signals, stop and
yield signs, and all other official traffic control devices.
l Ride as far to the right as practicable except when: passing
another bike or vehicle; preparing to turn left; going straight
through an intersection past a right-turn-only lane; avoiding unsafe conditions on the right-hand edge of the roadway.

Bike/Pedestrian Bridges Always use caution when crossing


trail bridges. Their uneven surfaces and lack of shoulders may
make them difficult to negotiate. Never cross a bridge when
flood conditions exist.

Hand Signals

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Virgin River

Bicycle Route:
A shared roadway (a roadway
which is open to both bicycles
and motor vehicles) that has
been identified and signed as
a preferred route for bicyclists.

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Utah Bicycle Law Summary

Bike Tools Cyclists should carry basic essentials in the event


of a breakdown: spare tube, tire irons, pump, wrenches and
screwdrivers.

Stay Right When on paved trails, always stay on the right


side of the dashed or solid center line. Cyclists on the road are
required to ride in the same direction as traffic as far to the right
as practical.

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Natural Trail:
An unpaved pathway for bicyclists and pedestrians.

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Bicycle Lane:
A marked and signed portion
of a roadway that is designated for exclusive bicyclist use.

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City Park on Route

ADA Accessible

Paved Surface
Bear Claw Poppy - C

Halfway Wash

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Gas Line

Bear Claw Poppy - B

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Scenic Views

Information Kiosk

Picnic Facilities

St. George City Parks

Snow Canyon Trail

www.sgcity.org

Bear Claw Poppy - A

Cyclists should learn and use hand signals to alert motorists.

Download the Urban Trail System map at:


www.sgcity.org/parks

2008

Night Lights At night, state law requires a bike to be equipped


with a white light in the front, a red reflector or red light in the
rear, and reflectors or lights on the side; all visible from 500 feet.

Stopping

St. George City Facilities Directory


Airport
Pioneer Center for The Arts
City Hall / Offices
Dinosaur Discovery Site at Johnson Farm
Dixie Convention Center
Fire / EMS Dispatch (Non-Emergency)
Golf Division / Junior Golf
Leisure Services
Marathon Information
Parks and Facilities Maintenance Division
Police - Non-Emergency
Public Works Department
City of St. George Recreation Center
Sand Hollow Aquatic Center
Suntran Public Transportation
Swimming Pool and Hydrotube
Tonaquint Nature Center

Basic Safety
Safety Gear Cyclists and skaters should wear helmets, padded
gloves, and protective glasses. Water bottles are essential for all
trail users.

Natural Surface

Bear Claw A
1800 West Navajo Drive
Bear Claw B
1100 South 2700 West
Chuckwalla
1750 North 900 West
Confluence
2000
South Convention Center Drive

J.C. Snow
900 South 400 East
Larkspur Park
815 East Fort Pierce Drive

Man O War
800 West Man O War Road
Mathis Park
1820 West Mathis Park Place

Pioneer Park
500 North Red Hills Parkway
Riverside
1050 East Riverside Drive
Royal Oaks
1250 North 1400 West
St. James
600 East St. James Lane
Sand Hollow
1144 North Lava Flow Drive
Tawa
2300 North Snow Canyon Parkway
Temple Quarry
300 South Donlee Drive

Tonaquint Park
1851 South Dixie Drive
Webb Hill
2150 South Hill Road

Shade/Shelter

Trailhead & Location

Trail Types

Covered Pavilion
Picnic Tables
Barbecues
Electrical Outlets
Restrooms
Parking
Drinking Fountains
Playground
Sand Volleyball
Basketball
Tennis
Horseshoe Pits
Softball/Baseball Fields
Open Grass Area
Climbing Wall
Walking Path
Hiking
Trailhead
Urban Fishing
Reservable
Splash Pad
Multipurpose Fields
Dog Park
Internet Hotspot*

Trailheads

Christensen
College
Cox
Dixie Downs
Firehouse
Forest
Larkspur
Mathis
Middleton
Shadow Mountain
Slick Rock
Springs
Sunset

Drinking Water

Bear Claw Poppy - A


Bear Claw Poppy - B
Bear Claw Poppy - C
Bloomington Hills North
Bluff Street
Fort Pearce Wash
Fort Pierce Industrial Park
Gas Line
Halfway Wash
Highway 18
Hilton Drive
Mathis Park
Middleton Wash
Rim Rock
Sand Hollow Wash
Santa Clara River
Snow Canyon
South Bloomington/SunRiver
Temple Quarry
Virgin River
Virgin River South
Webb Hill
West Fort Pierce

Urban Trail Information


Restroom Facilities

Urban Trails

Designated Parking

Trailhead Services

Facilities

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Thank you for picking
up a copy of The City of St.
George Urban Trails Map.
This map and guide was created with you in mind, to
ensure a safe, efficient and
exciting commute on our
urban trail system. The City
of St. George was one of the
first communities in the state
to create urban trails that
connect urban centers with
neighborhoods, parks and
rural areas within the city. We
firmly believe that our urban
trail system has a direct influence on and adds to the quality of
life that we have come to expect in Southern Utah.

As you travel along the trails, be sure to obey all posted
rules and traffic laws and please be courteous to other trail users
along the way. If you see vandalism or graffiti on or near a trail
please report it to the St. George Police Department by calling
627-4301. We need your help in order to keep all trails pristine
for those who come to use them. Whether you use the trail system as part of your daily commute to and from work or simply
like to use them for a leisurely weekend bike ride with family, we
hope you make the most of this guide and use the trail system
frequently. See you on the trail!

City of St. George

Urban
Trail System
Map & Guide

Sincerely,
Daniel D. McArthur
City of St. George, Mayor

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by the City of St. George.

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*Internet is also available at Sand Hollow Aquatic Center.

City Offices: 175 East 200 North, St. George, Utah 84770
435 627-4000
Sand Hollow Trail

www.sgcity.org
2008