The crossroads to Zion National Park, Lake Powell and the Grand Canyon are smack in the heart of downtown Hurricane, Utah.
This picturesque town sits at the foot of the world famous Hurricane Ridge which delineates the western edge of the Colorado Plateau. Known for its beautiful fruit orchards and farms, Hurricane has a rich heritage and profound community pride. In the center of town you'll find the Hurricane Valley Pioneer Heritage Park which beautifully depicts the valley's unique history. Sky Mountain Golf Course in Hurricane is one of the area's finest and most scenic courses. It's an ideal place to stay as you visit the scenic wonders of Utah's Dixie.
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Hurricane offers excellent motels, restaurants and shopping. With more than 300 rooms and nearly a dozen places to eat, you'll enjoy a comfortable stay in Hurricane.County Fair:
Hurricane is the home of the Washington County Fair in early August. The fair, featuring all the exhibits, activities and events of traditional county fairs, is held at the new Washington County Fair Park off Hwy. 9 west of downtown Hurricane.
Hurricane's Sky Mountain Golf Course is one of the most awe-inspiring courses in the West. It's reputation as a challenging and scenic golf course is growing year-to-year.
There are many areas for outdoor recreation in the Hurricane area. The Hurricane Sand Dunes are a great area for ATV and 4 Wheel Drive adventure.
History & Heritage:
Hurricane is a community with a powerful history linked to the building of the Hurricane Canal in the early 1900s. That heritage is fittingly celebrated in the Hurricane Heritage Park on the southwest corner of the town's main intersection. The park and its museum are a must stop for travelers.