Cedar City Vacations

United States
Founded in 1851 by Mormon Settlers, it is southern Utahs second largest town and thus a great jumping off point to explore the area or enroute to Zion, Cedar Breaks or Brian Head. It is also home to Southern Utah University and a nationally recognized Shakespeare festival which draws over …

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Things to see and do in Cedar City

Alaskan Dude | FlickrCedar Breaks National Monument
Cedar Breaks National Monument
Becky Bates | Trip by SkyscannerDixie National Forest
Dixie National Forest
GSEC | FlickrKanarraville Falls
Kanarraville Falls
Jason Planck | Trip by SkyscannerFrontier Homestead State Park Museum
Frontier Homestead State Park Museum
Becky Bates | Trip by SkyscannerPine Lake Recreation Area
Pine Lake Recreation Area
Becky Bates | Trip by SkyscannerPowell Point
Powell Point

Reviews of Cedar City

Jason Planck
Jason PlanckSchenectady, New York State, USA

Cedar City is gateway for the US National Parks that just 60 to 90 east of here and is good jumping off point. It is also the home of the Shakespeare Festival every summer. Disability access and disability parking depending what activities you choose to do.

Chuck Chedo
Chuck ChedoRichmond

Beautiful town with great restaurants, a perfect stop over or home base for all the greatness of Utah!

David Eastin
David EastinSantander, Spain

Cedar City is just a few hours from Las Vegas and Salt Lake City. It's a little mountain town that will provide you with spectacular views during the winter or summer months. I prefer it in the summer because that is when they do the Shakespeare Festival. It's huge! It's fun for everyone...and especially if you're into Shakespeare.

Ann Marie
Ann MarieHenderson, Nevada, USA

Great little town. Groceries stores, Walmart, gas station.

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