The Inn at St. George 

Hurricane Utah

 

Hurricane Ut Map

Hurricane Utah is a growing community located between St. George Utah and Zion National Park. Hurricane sits at the junction of roads that lead to Zion National Park, Grand Canyon National Park, Lake Powell and to St. George. 
The community has the most space for expansion of any city in the Washington County area, and therefore may eventually become the largest city. 

Click here to see a map of the county and surrounding area.

Hurricane Road

Downtown

This picture shows the view heading east into the downtown area of Hurricane Utah.   The town was formed as a canal was completed to bring water from seven miles above Hurricane into the valley. It took 11 years to complete the canal and the first water hit the valley in 1904. Permanent residents came in 1906. 

The name Hurricane is pronounced by most locals as "Her-ah-kin". The town name comes from a reference made by prominent leaders who indicated the winds they experienced on the bluffs of the area were much like a Hurricane.

Hurricane High School

Hurricane High

Hurricane High School is part of Utah's 3A alignment and competes against several regional schools in sports and other education based competitions.

Hurricane Dunes

Hurricane Recreation

The community has one high school and is the closest community to Sand Hollow State Park and Quail Creek State Park.
The photo to the right shows the Hurricane Sand Dunes which is a great place for ATV / OHV activities. The Virgin River passes through the Hurricane area and there are now two completed Golf Courses in the area.
Sky Mountain Golf Course
Sand Hollow Golf Course

hurricane running

Hurricane, Utah

These runners compete in a high school cross-country meet in Hurricane city.   Hurricane High School is well-known for their competitive cross-country and track programs. 
Hurricane is home to an annual celebration called Peach Days which occurs at the end of August. 

Hurricane is also home to the Washington County Fair Park and the Washington County Fair.