The DOCUTAH International Documentary Film Festival is located in the southwestern corner of Utah between Zion National Park and Grand Canyon National Park. Films and events will be offered in several venues in the towns of Springdale, Kanab, St. George and Ivins.

The City of St. George is the perfect landing pad for access to spectacular National and State Parks. From St. George visitors can take day trips to Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks, play golf on some of the finest courses in the country, spend the day visiting fine art galleries in St. George and the surrounding communities, relax at one of the beautiful spas in the area and end the day at any of the fine dining or casual family restaurants.

Southern Utah is renowned for its close proximity to several national and state parks which are listed below. The area offers many outdoor activities for visitors such as sightseeing, hiking, camping, off-road adventures, boating, and golfing to name just a few.

Information on all the activities and places of interest can be found on the City of St. George Website.

National & State Parks

Snow Canyon State Park (in Ivins next to St. George)

Zion National Park (next to Springdale)

Bryce Canyon National Park

Capital Reef National Park

Grand Canyon National Park

Canyonlands National Park (near Moab)

Deadhorse Point State Park (near Moab)

Arches National Park (near Moab)