Since its inception, the Huntsman World Senior Games has been driven by the three founding principles instilled in the…Read More
One of the largest sporting events in the Huntsman World Senior Games is Pickleball, known as one of the…Read More
In 2018, technology is an inescapable part of daily life. For active adults, having a love/hate relationship with technology can be…Read More
The SunRiver golf course may be looking a bit different this season thanks to its fleet of 72 brand new Visage GPS golf carts. According to…Read More
The vision for SunRiver St. George began when some of Las Vegas stockbroker Darcy Stewart’s clients invited him to a…Read More
On Thursday, April 12, SunRiver Hotel Group, a partnership between SunRiver Development, ISR Development LC and…Read More
Built adjacent to the 120-room Hampton Inn and Suites at SunRiver a Terrible Herbst gas station is about to open for business.Read More
Memory Matters Utah/Nevada is offering a 10-week Early Stage Memory Loss Course beginning on February 6, 2018 at the St. George Library. The course is designed to benefit those with an early stage memory loss or dementia diagnosis and their primary care partners.Read More
In honor of yesterday being Pioneer Day, the state holiday celebrating the Mormon pioneers first arriving in Utah in 1847, we’re looking back on the history of St. George, Utah. The earliest known inhabitants of the area that would later become St. George were the Virgin River Anasazi, who resided here from approximately 200 B.C. to 1200 A.D.Read More
One fabulous benefit of retiring in St. George, Utah is the town’s close proximity to big cities like Las Vegas and Salt Lake City. You get the charm of living in a quiet, small town while major metropolitan centers are just a short drive away; Las Vegas, in particular, is perfect for a quick getaway.Read More
Looking up through the window of a shuttle bus, the majesty of Zion National Park passes by quickly in a montage of red, white and green. Getting off the bus at its stops and taking in the park slowly brings the steep cliffs and fanciful rock formations into a focused clarity of sharp stone, deep canyons and rounded sandstone.Read More
One of the great benefits of living in SunRiver is its close proximity to all the natural beauty Southern Utah has to offer. Outdoor adventures are just a short hike away, with dozens upon dozens of gorgeous trails to choose from for everyone from new beginners to the most experienced avid hikers. Just 13 miles south of Cedar City, the Kanarra Creek Trail – more commonly known as Kanarraville Falls – is a perfect hike for a short weekend getaway.Read More
Here are 24 tips to help you improve your pickleball game.
If you avoid hitting your weak strokes, you will never master them.
Keep track of wind speed and direction and learn to play the wind to your advantage.
It’s the middle of winter. You’re playing eighteen holes wearing a light jacket. Sunshine and blue skies overhead intensify the deep green of the manicured fairways and greens. Is this paradise? Close. It’s golf in southern Utah. Thanks to mild winter weather, St. George is a golf sanctuary while northern courses are blanketed in snow and ice.Read More
Doing nothing isn’t the same thing as being bored. Doing nothing can be relaxing, healthy, and productive. Doing nothing is also not being busy with meaningless activity and calling it doing nothing. Most of us have been indoctrinated with the idea that doing nothing is bad. From the time we started school, we were encouraged to be actively involved in one thing or another.Read More
Imagine resort living in a 55+ community like SunRiver, St. George. The community center with all its amenities, the golf course, concerts, dances, dog park, veteran’s park, and most of your friends and neighbors are within a mile of your house.Read More
When you are in the mood for some unique activities, here are a few ideas you might want to try. Test the waters at the Elite Float Spa, St. George’s first float spa. “Flotation Therapy addresses both mental and physical health as it aides in relieving back pain, hypertension, arthritis, muscle fatigue, and insomnia. Pain reduction is one of the most beneficial aspects of floating. Many users report a significant decrease in pain levels after just one float.Read More
Hall of Fame golfer Ben Hogan hooked the ball early in his career and often found trouble, especially when that hook occasionally turned into a snap-hook. In response, he worked tirelessly to learn to hit a controlled fade that allowed him to effectively eliminate the left side of a hole. The hard work he put in helped him achieve his legendary consistency and propelled him to a long and brilliant career.Read More
The history of St. George, Utah began about 6000 B.C. That was a little before there was a St. George, or a Utah. There is still evidence of some of the early inhabitants around if you know where to look. If you wander the desert around St. George, you will likely encounter petroglyphs dating back 600 to 1,000 years.Read More