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Tonaquint Nature Center, St. George

4.6
#7 of 12 in Parks in St. George
Wildlife Area · Hidden Gem · Educational Site
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  • This is a nice shaded set of dirt pathways. Lots of native plants to see, good signs on each plant to identify it. Right across from an amazing playground with splash pad. We walked through it after.....  more
    This is a nice shaded set of dirt pathways. Lots of native plants to see, good signs on each plant to identify it. Right across from an amazing playground with splash pad. We walked through it after.....  more »
  • St. George in general has great trails to walk or bike. This park is a great diversion when walking the river trails. The only disappointment was the train. As a train "nut" I was interested in the... 
    St. George in general has great trails to walk or bike. This park is a great diversion when walking the river trails. The only disappointment was the train. As a train "nut" I was interested in the...  more »
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  • Visiting families. Bring the children, all of them. A remarkable opportunity to connect with nature. Cleanse the PlayStation, youtube, roblox from their minds with this experience of a lifetime! Quack! 🐥🐣🦆
  • Absolutely beautiful here. Lots of trees, greenery, wildlife. It's peaceful. There are lots of ducks and sometimes swans to watch and listen to. The landscape for the most part I pretty well kept up on maintenance. There are clean restrooms. Lots of different areas of parking, picnic tables, covered picnic tables and a trail that connects over to Cottonwood park and another park. There are bridges and a fun playground for kids and a splash pad. There is a cool big red train for kids and adults. The railroad yrack isn't very long and wish it was longer and maybe went through other areas of the park and I believe the train costs $1 for an adult but not sure if that's changed. It has big dinosaurs located in different parts where the train goes around. The park also has a huge volcano that the family can walk through to different parts of the playground. I suggest all families go in the winter time. St. George City puts Christmas lights up all around the playground...very beautiful and great for picture taking!

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