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Brooks Nature Park was quite the beautiful surprise. I wasn't expecting such a pretty little oasis in the middle of St. George. I was chatting with Sidney from ATV Jeep & Adventure Tours and she mentioned some Fairy Doors ran by  #StGRocks on Facebook, so the kids and I made sure to create a few rocks to leave. 

We weren't given too many hints about where to find the Fairy Door, so we had to do a bit of scavenging. The Park isn't big, so I knew we'd find it eventually. 

Fairy Doors are little hidden spots where people go and leave their painted rocks. We first heard about these painted rocks when we visited Vernal a few years ago so the kids were excited to find them in St. George too. 

We each painted a rock and then use some sharpies to write our names. Obviously, we needed a Salt Project.

This particular Fairy Door was a "Take One and Leave One." 

Our kids carefully chose their new treasures to take home. 

These are the perfect little distraction for kids if you need a few minutes out of the car. 

There were lots of ducks and even some shady trees! Brooks Nature Park is perfect for all ages.

Be sure to tag The Salt Project if you find our rocks! 

Entrance Fee(s)
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  • Ducks & Fishing Pond
  • Small but quaint
  • No Restrooms
  • Picnic Tables
  • Shady

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