When looking to the best places to go paddle boarding or kayaking in St George the list grows much larger than you’ll anticipate. Especially if you expand the list to be best spots near St George to go SUPing, as within 2 hours of St George there are a bunch of reservoirs and places to see, and waters to experience. Each SUP spot has its positives and negatives, so we’ll try (in our opinion) to tell you about all of them, and then give you the positives and negatives for each of them.
A perfect example of the good and the bad for each reservoir is Sand Hollow. It is easily the most recognizable reservoir in St George. With its stunning scenery, incredible cliff jumping, and fantastic sand beaches it’s hard to image a better place to go paddle boarding. But due to its popularity the waters are often quite choppy, so it’s usually a little bit of a harder place to learn how to paddle board on. But we will go into each reservoir here and give you the full skinny on them so you can decide which spot is your spot.