Discover the Future of Lifestyle
Desert Color offers residents, visitors, and businesses the opportunity to experience a life connected to the outdoors while allowing residents to be connected to one another. The main land-use districts within Desert Color are connected by parks, natural wash corridors, and the mountain vistas beyond.
Discover A Shared Community Vision
Desert Color’s vision is one it has created with the larger St. George community. Desert Color is working on a mixed-use commercial district will feature recreation and entertainment centers; community parks and trails; shopping and dining districts; hotels and resorts; health and wellness facilities and services; a multi-specialty health care clinic; and access to mass transportation.
Desert Color is also hosting Utah Tech’s 180-acre Innovation District, Washington County’s first CTE (Career Technical Education) High School and a K-5 charter school, Freedom Preparatory Academy.
Discover a Sense of Home
Desert Color represents the chance to choose a life that is something different than has ever been available in Southern Utah.
The community provides every potential resident with a variety of choices between neighborhoods, architecture, and residence types that will feature modern and smart-home technologies.
Discover a New Type of Hospitality
Traveling northbound on I-15, Desert Color in St. George is the first stop in Utah, making it a gateway for domestic and international visitors to explore the surrounding national parks and monuments and state parks. Hotels and resorts within the mixed-use commercial district will provide a convenient place for visitors and residents to enjoy all that area has to offer.
Desert Color’s hotel district will include a mixture of hotels, resorts, and vacation residences.
Discover Unlimited Activity
Acres of sports parks, community trails, and parks to keep you moving no matter how you like to do it. Plus, a new golf entertainment experience.Learn More
Wind Your Way Through the Community
Trail systems, parks, and nature preserves will provide options for activity seekers to feel a deeper connection to the community and the land. The addition of natural, open spaces and natural parks will heighten that connection, making the most of the nearly 210 acres developed for parks and trails.
For golfers who didn’t even know they were golfers
Desert Color is home to BigShots, a year-round golf entertainment complex—complete with food and beverage options—that is a popular destination for golfers of all skill and age levels and non-golfers as well.
Frequently Asked Questions
Desert Color connects all that is good about the Southern Utah experience—climate, land, recreation, sustainability, diversity, choice, affordability—in one community. Click below for answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about Desert Color.Find Answers