Confluence Park

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Confluence Park

Confluence Park spans 344 acres of reserved lava cliffs, family-friendly walking trails, historical landmarks, and native plants and wildlife. 

The park is tucked down beneath Hurricane and LaVerkin. Confluence Park is the convergence of Ash Creek, LaVerkin Creek, and the Virgin River and got its name from the winding river!

Wandering this trail rewards you with views of a nearly 100-year-old power station, two decaying barns, a grain storage structure, a tortoise rehabilitation area, and more!


There are four ways to access Confluence Park. The two listed below are the most popular, but use this link to see the other trailheads. 

Via the Hurricane Trailhead:

Via Tortoise Track Trail:

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