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    Washington Real Estate

    The second largest city in the greater St. George area, Washington boasts both farm land and family-friendly housing. Offering several parks, safe neighborhoods, and quiet streets Washington is an ideal location to settle down and plant your roots. Stroll the beautiful streets of Meadow Valley Farms, enjoy a friendly round of pickle ball at the Little Valley Pickle Ball Complex, or take a jog along the Virgin River Trail. 

    LOCAL GEMS

    Good Eats:

    • Zion Blues Cafe & Roasting Co – $$ | Sandwich Shop & Coffee Roasting | Kick-back lounge style eatery offering hand-crafted sandwiches, authentic springrolls and home roasted coffees.
    • Royal Thai Cuisine – $$ | Thai Restaurant | Low-Key Thai dishes with high-end flavor
    • Rigatti’s Pizzeria – $$ | Wood fired Pizza | Historic site serving traditional & creative wood-fired pizzas, salads, and desserts
    • El Coyote Charro – $ | Mexican Restaurant | Street-style tacos and classic Mexican dishes. Tacos offered at $.79 on Wednesdays!
    • Mad Pita – $$ | Greek Restaurant | Authentic and healthy Greek cuisine in corner, plant-filled venue.
    • Bishop’s Grill – $$ | Breakfast Eatery |Casual American eatery in a strip mall presenting breakfast favorites & familiar diner fare.

    Coffee:

    • Perks! – $ | Coffee House | Small, drive-up style coffee cart offering quality brews, lattes, teas & smoothies
    • Zion Blues Cafe & Roasting Co – $$ | Sandwich Shop & Coffee Roasting | Kick-back lounge style eatery offering hand-crafted sandwiches, authentic springrolls and home roasted coffees.

    Shopping:

    • Red Cliffs Mall the only major indoor shopping center between Las Vegas, Nevada and the Wasatch Front with options featuring Dillards, Bohme, Barnes and Nobles and H&M
    • Red Cliffs Consignment – Thrifty goods in excellent condition offered at unbeatable prices
    • Deseret Industries – Thrifty goods in excellent condition offered at unbeatable prices

    Family Fun:

    Hiking/Outdoor Activities:

    • Elephant Arch – an easy, out-and-back trail with a beautiful, elephant-shaped overlooking the Red Cliffs Desert Reserve
    • Shinob Kibe Trail – Shinob Kibe (pronounced shin-o-bee kai-bee) is named after a Paiute deity who was considered to be a local protector for the tribe. The mesa was a sacred place for the local Paiute’s and its name means Great Spirit (Shinob) Mountain (Kibe). Hikers can still find an ancient medicine wheel near the summit.