Cedar City Utah

Cedar City is a surprising cool mountain town that just happens to have world class cultural attractions in astonishing proximity to the southwest Utah’s famous Mighty Five© National Parks. At the end of the day, Cedar City is also known as “Festival City, USA” with a plethora of events taking place year-round from free music festivals, downtown parades to touring bike races.

Though free from crushing traffic and frantic city pacing, Cedar City doesn’t skip on amenities. Historic Downtown is quaint with local shops and an impressive menu of “urban-esque” cuisine and southern Utah’s only winery. Southern Utah University keeps things interesting with Division I athletics, guest lectures and concerts AND they just happen to be the “Most Outdoorsy University” in the nation. Paved trails weave the perimeter of town connecting you to the great outdoors and miles of recreational paths for mountain biking, hiking and OHV riding.


Visitor Information

Cedar City • Brian Head Tourism Bureau

581 N. Main
Cedar City, UT 84721

Phone: 435-586-5124 or 800-354-4849
Email: ccbhtourism@ironcounty.net

Old Iron Town Old Iron Town
Three Peaks Recreation Area Three Peaks Recreation Area
Southern Utah University Southern Utah University
Southern Utah Museum of Art Southern Utah Museum of Art
Utah Shakespeare Festival Utah Shakespeare Festival
Cedar Canyon Overlook Cedar Canyon Overlook
Frontier Homestead State Park Frontier Homestead State Park
Panguitch Lake Panguitch Lake
Parowan Gap Petroglyphs Parowan Gap Petroglyphs
Navajo Lake Road Navajo Lake Road
Kolob Canyons Kolob Canyons
Cedar Breaks National Monument Cedar Breaks National Monument
Brian Head Ski Resort Brian Head Ski Resort