St George Thanksgiving Celebration

Thanksgiving is a special time of year where families and friends get together to spend time and prepare delicious meals. This holiday is celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November each year and was proclaimed a national holiday in 1863 by president Abraham Lincoln. It is most commonly celebrated by having a turkey dinner with close family and friends.

Celebrating a St George Thanksgiving is a great opportunity to explore this family-friendly city. At Coral Springs Resort, we have condos in St George available over thanksgiving that can fit large groups of people!

Not only that, our rentals are close to Zion National Park, which is perfect if your family is up for some outdoor activities in St George.

Thanksgiving Rentals for Over 60 People in Utah

Our resort is ready to receive as many guests as you want, that is why we are the perfect host! If you’re planning for a small thanksgiving reunion, you should pick one of the Coral Canyon Townhomes, and if you’re hosting a big family reunion The Eighth is your best choice. To find your family reunion rental property click here to contact us!

Tips To Organize Thanksgiving in Utah

Book You Rental Home With Anticipation

Like any other reunion, sometimes it is hard to find the perfect place to book. Add a holiday on top of that, and it makes availability very difficult to find. Normally the best resorts in Utah are booked at least 1 month in advance. That’s why you should start looking for a place at least 2 months in advance of Thanksgiving. That way you’ll have more options to choose from. To help you find the ideal family reunion rentals in Utah click on the link.

Make A Thanksgiving Team

We know that everyone wants to help but sometimes that can be annoying and it can create chaos. That’s why we recommend selecting people that will help you with the chores and will make the preparation easier. Depending on the number of guests, if it’s a small group(up to 10 people) 3-4 people will be enough to help, but if it’s more than 30 people you should probably pick between 6-8.

Assign Dish Duty

Coordinate with your team what dishes are you going to serve and try to designate who’s going to cook each one. This will help to organize the time in the kitchen. At Thanksgiving, many people plan way too much food that often gets wasted. A good way to avoid this is by planning more dishes, or dividing all of the leftovers for your guests to enjoy in the following days.

Pack Your Supplies

When you arrive at your rental home in St George, we provide a lot of the important tableware and supplies that you will need for your holiday feast; however, there are some important things to bring that are not provided. 

Check out our list for some of the most important things to remember.

Don't Forget To Decorate

It’s always nice to have some decoration in the dining room (if you can find some turkey decor everyone will love it) because it gives a more festive environment to the room. The colors that are associated with this holiday are red, gold/yellow, brown, and orange. Try to find ornaments or tableware in these colors to bring out the Thanksgiving spirit.

Keep Your Dishes Warm

With all the food that is prepared for your Utah Thanksgiving dinner, you need to be prepared to keep everything warm. Here are some ideas: use a toaster oven to keep smaller things warm, wrapping your turkey with foil will keep it warm and it will help it to not get too dry. You can also use a slow cooker to keep dressings and mashed potatoes warm.

Enjoy!

Thanksgiving can be a lot of work, but it will all be worth it! It is an incredible way to get together with loved ones and enjoy quality time together.

You can experience great food, and in the spirit of the holiday season, take time to let everyone share what they are most thankful for. That is truly the recipe for an amazing Thanksgiving!

With these tips, you are ready to host the best Thanksgiving dinner in Utah and create new memories with your family in our rental homes at the Coral Canyon Resort.

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