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Not only is the Blue Peach located in the heart of La Verkin and 25 minute drive from Zion, but it's also just a hop, skip and jump away from other well known local dining and attractions. Check out what the locals have to offer.
La Verkin's very own Fine Dining
Located within just a 10 minute walk away you can experience fine dining at the Stage Coach Grill. Their menu features a diverse collection of appetizers, from classics like crab cakes or spinach and artichoke dip to Mediterranean offerings like hummus or Greek meatballs. The entrees run the gamut from steak and seafood to lamb, chicken, pork chops and burgers.
Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner
Sitting on the edge of a basalt canyon, carved deep by the Virgin River, River Rock Roasting Co. and Bakery offers a variety of fresh roasted coffee, espresso drinks, homemade baked goods, sandwiches, and more.
Take a hike
Confluence Park is located near La Verkin, Toquerville and Hurricane. This 344-acre nature park marks the point of confluence of Ash Creek, La Verkin Creek and the Virgin River and also provides access into parts of the Red Cliffs Reserve. It is in an area touted for its natural beauty and historical significance.
Sky Mountain Golf Course is set in one of the most picturesque and beautiful locations in the world. The 6,450 yard / par 72 course is fun for all skill levels. The desert surroundings make Sky Mountain Golf Course both challenging and scenic!
Dirt Bikes and More...
Driving a Side By Side or ATV in Southern Utah is an off-road enthusiast’s dream. Luckily, you don’t need to be an enthusiast to enjoy the beautiful Southern Utah scenery and amazing trails. All rentals at Southern Utah Adventure Center can be rode right from the shop to some of the best trails in Utah.
The Hurricane Valley Museum is a small museum detailing the history of Hurricane, as well as the pioneers that built the town. Maintained by the Hurricane Park Heritage Association, the museum highlights include period artwork, artifacts, and a historic wedding cake dating back to 1907.
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