"Now I think you can behold such sights."
Explore Cedar City and southern Utah between the plays by following any of the links below.
BRIAN HEAD RESORT
Instead of enduring the summer heat, a cooler summer can be enjoyed at Utah's highest base elevation resort at 9,600 feet. Every day activities allow Brain Head visitors to enjoy scenic lift rides, mountain biking, hiking, an eighteen-hole disc golf course and a family adventure trail.
BRYCE CANYON NATIONAL PARK
Thousands of delicately-carved spires rise in brilliant color from the amphitheaters of this natural wonder. Hoodoos (odd-shaped pillars of rock left standing from the forces of erosion) and forest mix together in this one-of-a-kind national park.
CEDAR BREAKS NATIONAL MONUMENT
A huge natural amphitheater eroded from pink cliffs just a short drive east of Cedar City, Cedar Breaks sits at over 10,000 feet above sea level and is a hiker's and shutterbug's heaven. Don't miss a chance to take one of the numerous short hikes.
DIXIE NATIONAL FOREST
The largest national forest in Utah, the Dixie straddles the divide between the Great Basin and the Colorado River and provides numerous opportunities for siteseeing, hiking, camping, fishing, and all things outdoors.
GRAND CIRCLE ASSOCIATION
A non-profit organization of cities, counties, and tourist services, this group is dedicated to promoting the incredible year-round vacation opportunities available in the four corners area of the southwestern United States.
FRONTIER HOMESTEAD STATE PARK MUSEUM
Celebrate the fortieth anniversary of the park and over 150 years of Iron County history. Enjoy horse-drawn wagons, pioneer cabins, the historic Hunter House, special art exhibits, and much more. 635 N. Main, Cedar City, Utah 435-586-9290.
MAVERIK ADVENTURE CLUB
A great adventure is just a short drive away! You know Maverik as Adventure's First Stop for gas and goodies. Now it's your first stop for planning an adventure to places in our backyard. For more information on Maverik Adventure Vacations our website for a list of Adventure Club benefits.
SOUTHERN UTAH UNIVERSITY
The home of the Utah Shakespeare Festival SUU boasts one of the most beautiful and active campuses around. Take a few minutes to stroll through its museums, groves, and outdoor sculpture gardens.
ZION NATIONAL PARK
Less than an hour from the Utah Shakespeare Festival, Utah's oldest national park offers paths where ancient people and pioneers walked, massive sandstone cliffs of brilliant colors, narrow slot canyons, and a unique array of plants and animals.
Top photo: Bryce Canyon National Park.