Known as the charming and eclectic town that sits outside the boundaries of Zion National Park, Springdale, Utah offers visitors a variety of amenities including locally-owned eateries and establishments for the arts and music.
While Springdale is only home to about 500 residents, the town brings many visitors to the area. Many of those visitors are heading to visit Zion National Park, but Springdale brings its own share of tourists to visit its local entertainment venues, restaurants, art galleries, gift shops and more.
Although the town sits about 40 miles Northeast of St George, Springdale is in close enough proximity to the major city that area visitors can still have access to a wide variety of amenities if needed.
Access to Springdale is made along State Route 9. The town was originally settled as a Mormon farming community in 1862. Evacuees from a flood were among the first settlers.