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Cedar City, Utah



Cedar City, Utah

Cedar City, known as the Gateway to the National Parks, is just a 1½ miles from Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, and Cedar Breaks National Monument. It's an outdoor enthusiasts Heaven! Add to that the Utah Shakespearean Festival, the Utah Summer Games and the American Folk Ballet, and you'll see why Cedar City is truly a "Festival City."
A metropolitan lifestyle in a small town setting!
CEDAR CITY Elevation: 5834 ft  County: Iron Land area: 20.1 square miles   Zip code: 84720.
Distance to Cedar City from...
City
Mileage
Hours
Salt Lake
256
4
Las Vegas
175
3
Los Angeles
444
7
San Diego
506
8
San Francisco
744
12
Seattle
1095
17
Portland
1021
15
Denver
584
9
Phoenix
469
8
The Value of our real estate in this area is measured in part by it´s proximity to Cedar City. Take a look at just some of what this diverse gateway city has to offer.

Cedar City, Utah

Downtown Cedar City Shopping District: Located from 200 North to Center Street, offers art galleries, restaurants, coffee houses, music store, several live music venues, an old time soda fountain, antique stores, and regional arts & crafts shops and more!

Annual Weather

  • Precipitation.... 10.6 inches
  • Snowfall..............45.5inches
  • Wind Speed...........8.48mph
  • Humidity........48.2%
  • Visibility.........15+miles
  • Clear Days........310 per year


  • Elevation ..... 5,857ft

    Distances to Major Attractions

  • Zion's National Park 62 miles
  • Brian Head Resort 38 miles
  • Cedar Breaks Natl Monument 20 miles
  • Duck Creek 25 miles
  • Navajo Lake 23 miles
  • Kolob Canyons 20 miles
  • Bryce Canyon 79 miles
  • Coral Pink Sand Dunes 103 miles
  • Arches Natl Monument 288 miles


  • CEDAR CITY, UTAH!
    Cedar City, Utah

    ...home of the sensational multi-colored
    rock formations of Cedar Breaks National Monument.
    At an elevation of 5,800 feet, the climate is semi-arid with
    temperatures ranging from the high 80s to the low 20s.

    Cedar City, Utah

    Local amenities include fine dining and lodging, tennis, golf, swimming, mountain biking, and other numerous activities are available. Horses, rodeos and riding are big in southern Utah.

    And don't forget one of Utah's great ski resorts, Brian Head Ski Resort where you can ski or snowboard in winter. In summer, take on one of the rugged bike trails;
    you can also pedal or hike leisurely along forest trails.

    And just 18 miles south of Cedar City, the Kolob Canyons section of Zion National Park which offers a scenic drive and great hiking trails. Follow Hwy 14
    as it heads through the lush forest on Cedar Mountain and past scenic Navajo Lake.

    Then go North on 15 to see the Parowan Gap Petroglyphs which are listed on the National Register of Historic Places signifying its importance as a cultural treasure!

    Because of its business friendly environment, Cedar City is home to several national industrial and manufacturing businesses. From major corporations to solitary enterprise,
    businesses large and small have found success in Cedar's economy.

    Cedar City, Utah

    Enjoy golfing along the red sandstone hills at the Cedar Ridge Golf Course, join the family of athletes that participate in the Utah Summer Games, or visit one of the many National Parks or other attractions in Scenic Southern Utah. For the outdoor enthusiast, whether it's rock climbing, mountain biking, or snowboarding, the opportunities are endless.





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