When staying at Clarion Inn and Suites, guests have endless choices when it comes to attractions. Just miles away, there are gorgeous national parks, amazing bodies of water, beautifully maintained golf courses, unique sightseeing opportunities, and thrilling ATV and Jeep adventures. Guests can choose one or all these amazing attractions to create the perfect Utah getaway.
Nearby National Parks
Utah is known for its many national parks and, luckily for guests of Clarion Inn and Suites, there are many parks just a short distance from the hotel. These parks offer amazing views, exciting outdoor adventures, and the opportunity to connect with nature.
Zion National Park
Attendance at Zion National Park has skyrocketed in recent years. This has a lot to do with the incredible hiking experiences and overall natural beauty throughout the park. By driving just 20 miles, guests staying in Hurricane can experience the incredible Zion National Park landscape.
Bryce Canyon National Park
Though smaller than Zion, Bryce Canyon National Park has a lot to offer guests. The incredible amphitheater has many beautiful trails and there are countless hoodoos scattered throughout the park. Bryce Canyon National Park is about 85 miles from Hurricane, but the amazing experience is well worth the drive.
The North Rim of the Grand Canyon
The Grand Canyon is one of America’s most well-known landmarks. Visiting this massive canyon is a once in a lifetime experience. Though the 140-mile-long drive is long, there is so much to do and see at the North Rim of the Grand Canyon that guests will not want to miss this experience.
Beautiful Bodies of Water
People don’t tend to think of watersports when considering activities to do in Utah. However, Hurricane has many beautiful bodies of water for guests to enjoy nearby. Visitors can fish, wakeboard, boat, ride watercraft, and enjoy many other water activities on the lakes, rivers, and reservoirs near Hurricane.
Sand Hollow is a relatively new body of water just outside of Hurricane. The reservoir is surrounded by sandy beaches, gorgeous rock formations, and there are many camping sites available. Visitors can enjoy tons of exciting water activities on the beautiful waters of Sand Hollow.
This long and winding river cuts through Hurricane. Guests love to spend their days on the Virgin River skim boarding, white water rafting, and just relaxing on the river banks. The Virgin River is just one of the many natural features that make Hurricane beautiful.
This reservoir is yet another beautiful body of water in southern Utah. Though 130 miles from Hurricane, Lake Powell is such a gorgeous sight, it should not be missed. Lake Powell is filled by the Colorado River and is set against a backdrop of amazing rock formations.
High-Class Golf Courses
Southwestern Utah is known for its fabulous golfing weather. Just outside of Hurricane, there are two well-maintained, high-class golf courses to enjoy. Professional golfers and novices alike will enjoy playing a few rounds on these fantastic courses.
This incredible course is a par-72 with 80 acres of turf. There are 55 sand traps, 2 lakes, and many other obstacles to make each hole a challenging and exciting experience. Guests can golf all 18 holes or play a quick 9 for an afternoon of fun.
Sky Mountain is an 18-hole course that is maintained by the city of Hurricane. In addition to the course, Sky Mountain has a driving range, practice green, and bunker. Spending time on the green at this beautiful course will give golfers a chance to relax and unwind during their vacation.
Unforgettable Sights to See
For guests who enjoy taking tours and learning about the area they are visiting, there are many wonderful places to go around Hurricane. Taking in the sights is a terrific way to experience the amazing Hurricane area without having to participate in strenuous outdoor activities.
Downtown Hurricane is full of unique shops, museums, and historic buildings. Visitors can walk along the lovely streets and marvel at the sights and sounds of Hurricane.
As spooky as they sound, ghost towns are found in many areas of Utah. These towns used to be inhabited by settlers, but various circumstances have left them abandoned over the years. Visitors can explore Grafton Ghost Town and Silver Reef Ghost Town, both of which are about 15 minutes from Hurricane.
The Hurricane Museum and Brigham Young’s Home are two places for guests to visit to learn more about the history of the people who settled Hurricane and the surrounding areas. These historical sights are a terrific way to spend a leisurely day.
Thrilling ATV and Jeep Tours
Guests who are looking for something more adventurous than hiking or floating in the water will love the ATV and Jeep tours near Hurricane. These tours allow riders to get behind the wheel and have the adventure of a lifetime.
Spend a few hours or an entire day speeding across the red rock landscape. Riders will have their choice of ATV and will be guided along the terrain by a trained professional.
Zion Jeep Tours
Taking a Jeep tour while in Hurricane is a terrific way to see the landscape without having to take a strenuous hike. Guests will be passengers in a comfortable Jeep as a guide drives them to many scenic places on the outskirts of Zion National Park.
Spectacular Experiences Await in Hurricane
Every trip to Hurricane will be filled with hours of adventure and excitement. Guests can go on exhilarating outdoor adventures, learn about the history of the area, spend some time in the water, or hit the links. Every guest will find something to do while they enjoy their stay at Clarion Inn and Suites.