Visit Hurricane and enjoy our history, festivals and golf courses, then
make Hurricane your home base for touring our Spectacular National Parks!

Welcome to Hurricane Utah, pronounced “her-ah-kun” by the locals. Hurricane is a quiet alternative to the larger cities and tourist towns in the area. This south-western Utah community is surrounded by the beauty and adventure that has made this part of the world famous. Red, green, beige and purple sandstone walls stand just outside of this picturesque town. The city itself is filled with tall, old trees that provide much needed shade. Museums and parks tell the history of the area and the community.

Hurricane provides its visitors with a chance to experience life in small town USA. With a population of less than 8,500 this is a “city” where you can still walk outside at night and see the stars and wake up in the morning to the sound of birds chirping. Other small town activities include antique car shows/rallies; the Washington County Fair held in August and the Peach Days Festival which happens over the Labor Day weekend each year.

Zion, Bryce and even the Grand Canyon National Parks
are just a short drive from downtown Hurricane. Zion National Park is just 19-miles from Hurricane and offers more than 200 square miles of nature to enjoy and explore. Some of the sites in the park include cliffs, rivers and waterfalls; trees, cactus and wildflowers; lizards, eagles and deer. Come experience this paradox of nature.

Hikers, mountain bikers and horseback riders have several trails to choose from in this tranquil valley. Adventurers can scale the walls of the canyon, hike the narrows or do some back country backpacking. Those wanting a more scenic and relaxing vacation can choose from several short hikes, walks or stick to the shuttle ride through the canyon. However you choose to see Zion National Park it will be an unforgettable vacation.