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What to add to St. George, Utah?

Jwerking

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After a late May week at St George during Bryce and Zion NPs? Any suggestions of other timeshares to add to make a nice vacation the following week? We have done Las Vegas and Sedona.

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A week in Park City would be an excellent compliment to a week in St. George. Northern Utah is very different from Southern Utah, so you'd get to enjoy two distinct climates and regions. As for timeshares, I'd suggest Marriott's Summit Watch or Mountainside in Park City.

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I would agree with Steve about Park City. Great contrast. Maybe some timeshares in Colorado would be nice also. Another place would be Lake Tahoe...
 

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Straight shot, partial-day's drive up I-15 and cut over from Pocatello, ID, puts you right in the range of Yellowstone National Park. There are several timeshares in that area. It'd make one heck of a second week.

Or do what we did last May: Head south on I-15 from St. George and spend a week on the beach in San Diego. Coronado Beach Resort is realy nice, and worth the drive.

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We spent a Wonderful week in Pagosa Springs, CO back in 2005. Lots to do there ~ and not real far from St. George. We had a great vacation in UT this year, and the contrast between the two is amazing. They're both wonderful vacation spots ~ and you're sure to have a memorable time in either. :clap:

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Thank you everyone for the suggestions - maybe we will do Park City since we actually own Gold weeks at Summit Watch - actually use one of my weeks - that would be a first.

Would be great to do the Yellowstone/Jackson Hole area - but it is a 8 to 9 hr drive - in my old days, that would not have bothered me, but I guess we could do that - does make for a long day. Even though we did a two week timeshare vacation there more than 10 yrs ago - would love to go back.

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Joyce, why not do Yellowstone anyway, but break the drive into an overnight stay along the way? Do the side trip over the mountains from Logan to Bear Lake, and come into Jackson from the south? Enter Yellowstone from the Teton entrance.

You've been there - you know how amazing it is. And in late May, there would still be snow in the high mountains. Gorgeous views.

Dave, jealous and wishing he could go with you... LOL!
 

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How about spending a couple of days in Grand Canyon National Park? The North Rim is only about three hours from St. George.

Here's a photoshow I made of my trip to St. George, Bryce, Zion, and the Grand Canyon. The first section is of Worldmark St. George, but after that there are a lot of photos of the area.

http://photoshow.comcast.net/watch/ui5pG3PV
 
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