River Rock Roasting Company, Bakery and Resturant, sitting on the edge of a basalt canyon, carved deep by the Virgin River, offers a variety of fresh roasted coffee, espresso drinks, homemade baked goods, pizza, salads, sandwiches, and serves locally crafted beer.
The Museum is located in the original Wells Fargo Building built in 1877. It is the oldest Wells Fargo Express Station still in existence, and features the original vault used to store the silver bullion waiting to be shipped. Now the Museum is packed with artifacts from Silver Reef's rich history. Back in the 1800's the south side of the building housed a mercantile store, and today it is where out gift shop resides. The north side of the basement is used for our Mine Exhibit, while the south side stores many of the artifacts found in Silver Reef not on display.
The Hurricane Pioneer Museum is located in the old Hurricane Library & City Hall building.
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Quail Creek is a scenic park in the St George area. It is a great place to boat, camp and fish. Because the weather is mild here, the park is popular year-round. Located just south of I-15, about 13 miles NE of St George. About 293 miles south of Salt Lake City. From I-15, take the Hurricane exit (Exit 16). Travel east on Hwy 9, drive for about three miles toward Hurricane City to the second light, turn left . The entrance is on the right side of the road. Look for the flag pole.
Red rock and red sand meet warm, blue water at this state park, which is one of the most popular in Utah. ATV trails run over sand dune access to Sand Mountain in the park, and additional trails are located nearby. This is a great place to camp, picnic, boat, fish and ride ATVs.
Silver Reef was a mining boom town in the late 1800's with the discovery of silver in sandstone- a geological rarity. The area is now a Wild West Ghost Town located in a stunning geological setting.