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37 Apartments for rent in Hurricane, UT

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1 Unit Available
671 N 2865 W
671 N 2865 W
Hurricane, UT | Dixie Springs
3 Bedrooms
$1,650
1550 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 09:38 AM
671 N 2865 W Available 11/02/20 Beautiful Hurricane Home in Peregrine Point - This Perry Home comes with Alderwood Cabinets, White Quartz Countertops, Stainless Steel Appliances, Gas Stove, Kitchen Island, and Tile throughout all main living areas,
1 Unit Available
98 S 2150 W
98 South 2150 West
Hurricane, UT
3 Bedrooms
$1,395
1410 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 09:38 AM
Beautiful 3 bed/2bath home located near park! - This beautiful 3 bedroom 2 bathroom home has so much to offer! Its large open floor plan is inviting and makes entertaining enjoyable and is located in the Cimaron Terrace subdivision! There is a park
1 Unit Available
490 N 530 W
490 N 530 W
Hurricane, UT | Dixie Springs
3 Bedrooms
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4 Bedrooms
$1,600
1960 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 07:32 AM
New town homes in Hurricane have fantastic views, custom designed with oversize bedrooms and garage.
1 Unit Available
2575 West 245 North
2575 W 245 N
Hurricane, UT
3 Bedrooms
$1,300
1250 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
Tanzanite brand new townhome! - Brand new never lived in townhome. 2 bedrooms and a den. Small pet allowed, upon approval, with additional pet deposit. Must be able to provide photo of pet with application.
1 Unit Available
6179 W 100 S
6179 West 100 South
Hurricane, UT
4 Bedrooms
$1,600
1765 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
Cute 4 bedroom 2 1/2 bath 2 car garage home for rent! - This is a large 4 bedroom home for rent located just down from Hurricane exit close to Coral Canyon and east end of Telegraph St. Home is attached to neighbor just by the master bedroom closets.
Results within 5 miles of Hurricane
1 Unit Available
235 North 80 East
235 North 80 East
La Verkin, UT
1 Bedroom
$1,800
800 sqft
Last updated October 25 at 12:43 AM
Contact us to schedule a showing.
1 Unit Available
290 Buena Vista Boulevard #52
290 Buena Vista Boulevard
Washington, UT
3 Bedrooms
$1,295
1331 sqft
Last updated October 25 at 12:28 AM
Subdivision: Millcreek Springs Townhome
1 Unit Available
482 S Moenkopi
482 Moenkopi Drive
Washington County, UT
3 Bedrooms
$1,850
1820 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 09:39 AM
482 S Moenkopi Available 11/16/20 Great 3 Bedroom Home in Leeds with RV Parking - Great home in Leeds on a 1-acre lot. This home gives you the space to stretch out without bumping into the neighbors. Just 14 miles north of St.
1 Unit Available
448 E Telegraph Street #157
448 Telegraph Street
Washington, UT
1 Bedroom
$875
400 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 09:39 AM
Cherokee Springs +55 - Nicely updated cozy home in a 55+ community. Fully furnished home. Move right in! Close to Costco, Walmart, restaurants and I15. Very clean and well maintained community.
1 Unit Available
1263 N Spring Valley Drive
1263 Spring Valley Drive
Washington, UT | Coral Canyon
3 Bedrooms
$1,850
1517 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 09:38 AM
1263 N Spring Valley Drive Available 11/02/20 Fully Furnished Short Term Rental 11/02/20 - 03/30/21 - ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED! - Fully furnished, three-bedroom, two-bathroom home in Coral Canyon.
1 Unit Available
1000 Bluff View Drive
1000 Bluff View Drive
Washington, UT
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
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4 Bedrooms
$1,495
1868 sqft
Last updated June 25 at 05:37 PM
4 bedroom 3 1/2 bathrooms 2 car garage 1,868 sq. ft.
1 Unit Available
387 Omni Lane
387 Omni Lane
Washington, UT
5 Bedrooms
$2,150
2760 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
5 Bedroom,3 Bath-Beautiful Like New Home!! - 5 Bedroom 3 Bath, 2 Car Garage. This home is like NEW!! 5 Bedroom 3 Bathroom, 2 Car Garage Incredible view of both mountains and valley. Granite and tile upgrades throughout house.
Results within 10 miles of Hurricane
1 Unit Available
600 North 2450 East #1906
600 North 2450 East
St. George, UT
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$895
587 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated October 25 at 12:27 AM
Cute 1 bedroom condo with a front Patio in the Spring Tree Gardens HOA with a community pool.
1 Unit Available
275 S 2450 E #3
275 South 2450 East
St. George, UT
3 Bedrooms
$1,295
1368 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 09:39 AM
275 S 2450 E #3 Available 11/13/20 Bedrock Townhome - The home features 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, 1 car garage, and a community pool! HOA fee is included in your rent and pays community maintenance, and pool.
1 Unit Available
1140 E Ft Pierce Dr #25
1140 E Fort Pierce Dr
St. George, UT | Webb Hill
3 Bedrooms
$2,218
1976 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 09:38 AM
1140 E Ft Pierce Dr #25 Available 11/02/20 Brand New home in Gated Sienna Hills - Come be the first residents in the sparkling brand new home. Gorgeous Kitchen, 3 Bed 3 bath 2091 sf. Located in Sienna Hills a beautiful St. George Gated Community.
1 Unit Available
1872 Three Mary's Place
1872 Three Marys Place
St. George, UT | Bloomington Hills
3 Bedrooms
$2,100
1788 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 09:38 AM
Bloomington beauty! - This charming upgraded home is located in Bloomington! This gem has vaulted ceilings, tile floors, natural light, and an oversized master bedroom! Formal Living Room/Den.
1 Unit Available
210 n Mall Dr Unit 77
210 Mall Drive
St. George, UT
3 Bedrooms
$1,700
1420 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 09:38 AM
3 bedroom house in a 55 and older St George community - 3 bed 2 bath, 2 car garage for rent in Santa Fe community. This is a 55 and older community. Beautiful landscaping throughout the community especially behind this unit.
1 Unit Available
3419 S River Rd # 55
3419 River Road
St. George, UT
3 Bedrooms
$1,300
1403 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 09:38 AM
Excellent Location at Cottages at Fossil Hills - This Cottages at Fossil Hills has custom granite, knotty cherry cabinets, oil rubbed bronze fixtures, upgraded lighting, and black appliances. This is a premium unit with a pool and clubhouse.
1 Unit Available
2830 E Carmine Dr
2830 E Carmine Dr
St. George, UT
4 Bedrooms
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6 Bedrooms
$2,600
3789 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 09:38 AM
2830ECARMINE - Beautiful home located in Silkwood subdivision. Very desirable little valley location close to schools and parks. Mature landscaping in front and rear with added concrete for rv/trailer parking. Fenced rear yard with garden boxes.
1 Unit Available
2030 Vista Court
2030 West Vista Court
St. George, UT | Bloomington Hills
4 Bedrooms
$2,100
2129 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 09:38 AM
One Level 4 Bedroom Home in St. George - 4 Bedrooms plus a den 2 Bathrooms $21000/month $2100 security deposit Pet friendly with 5% pet rent and $250 pet deposit No smoking/vaping Tenant Liability Insurance Required (RLNE5636547)
1 Unit Available
203 N. 2900 E.
203 North 2900 East
St. George, UT
4 Bedrooms
$1,578
1600 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 09:38 AM
203 N. 2900 E.
1 Unit Available
113 N 2710 E
113 North 2710 East
St. George, UT
3 Bedrooms
$1,425
1539 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 09:38 AM
113 N 2710 E Available 11/02/20 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath home - New paint and flooring - This is a 3 bed 2 bath home is in a great location close to schools, entertainment, shopping, and more. It also has a storage shed for the tenant's use.
1 Unit Available
355 W 200 S #105
355 West 200 South
Washington, UT
3 Bedrooms
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4 Bedrooms
$1,595
1756 sqft
6 Bedrooms
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Last updated October 24 at 09:38 AM
355 W 200 S #105 Available 10/30/20 Four Bedrooms and 2.5 Bathrooms - Creekside Townhomes - This is a beautiful upgraded 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath plus 2-car garage end unit located in Creekside Townhomes.
1 Unit Available
236 North Quail Ridge Drive #10
236 Quail Ridge Dr
Washington, UT | Green Springs
2 Bedrooms
$1,020
1040 sqft
Last updated October 24 at 09:38 AM
236 North Quail Ridge Drive #10 Available 11/20/20 Large 2 bedroom,1 bathroom, 1040 sq ft apartment (QuailRidge) - Larger 2 bedroom,1 bathroom, 1040 sq ft apartment in Washington. Large master. Convenient access to freeway and shopping.
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How much is rent in Hurricane?
Apartment Rentals in Hurricane start at $1,300/month.
How much is rent in Hurricane?
Apartment Rentals in Hurricane start at $1,300/month.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Hurricane?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find Hurricane apartments that allow pets.
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You can use the pet-friendly filter to find Hurricane apartments that allow pets.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Hurricane properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Hurricane properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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City Guide

Hurricane
"'Well, that was a Hurricane,' exclaimed Snow. 'We'll name this the Hurricane Hill.'" -- Erastus Snow
"'Well, that was a Hurricane,' exclaimed Snow. 'We'll name this the Hurricane Hill.'" -- Erastus Snow

A desert town named Hurricane? Will you be pelted by rain, hail, and wind? Fear not -- despite its name, Hurricane has never seen a powerful storm like Sandy or Katrina. Barring a dramatic change in weather patterns, it never will. The name comes from an off-the-cuff remark made by Erastus Snow in the mid-1800s. As his buggy traveled through the area, a sudden gust blew the top of the carriage right off, startling Snow and his passengers. He decided then and there that despite the desert climate, Hurricane deserved an unusual title. Want to fit in right away? Don't pronounce "Hurricane" like the storm. Instead, use the British pronunciation "hurr-ahhh-kun," and you will sound just like a local.

Getting Ready to Move

Generally, renting an apartment in Hurricane doesn't require an extensive application or background check, though be prepared with the names and numbers of several references. The most helpful reference would be anyone you have rented from in the past. Most leases are for 12 months, with a month-to-month agreement after the first year. The customary charges to move in are your first month's rent and a security deposit equal to the monthly rental payment.

Getting Ready to Move
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Generally, renting an apartment in Hurricane doesn't require an extensive application or background check, though be prepared with the names and numbers of several references. The most helpful reference would be anyone you have rented from in the past. Most leases are for 12 months, with a month-to-month agreement after the first year. The customary charges to move in are your first month's rent and a security deposit equal to the monthly rental payment.

Finding Your New Neighborhood

Though the city isn't super-big, there are a number of well-defined neighborhoods that enjoy a strong sense of community. Your choice will depend on which amenities you are looking for and what type of building you want to live in. Keep reading for our most recommended.

Dixie Springs: The Dixie Springs project is coming into its own and promises to be one of the most popular subdivisions in Hurricane. Designed by folks who were tired of living in the frigid northern U.S., Dixie Springs is intended to be a desert oasis like no other. Homes are going up at a rapid rate, and living here means you will likely be the first to ever sleep in your rental home's four walls. One of the most exciting attractions in the area is the sand dunes, where residents of all ages hop on ATVs and go crazy. Their motto is, "Welcome to Dixie Springs! No snow shovels allowed!"

Grassy Meadows Sky Ranch: Are you having trouble finding a house for rent with space for your private plane? It's a problem that plagues us, too. Thank goodness for Grassy Meadows Sky Ranch. Each home is custom built on a 1 to 3-acre lot, and the neighborhood is centered around a private airstrip. Your backdrop is the majestic Hurricane Cliffs, and there is nothing between you and the Grand Canyon except undeveloped land as far as the eye can see. Maybe you will add dirt bikes or horses to your transportation repertoire?

Sand Hollow Resort: Golfers will think they have found paradise when they move to Sand Hollow Resort. This neighborhood is home to the most frequented golf vacation destination in Southern Utah, which means that choosing a year-round life in Sand Hollow guarantees you many houseguests. Just like winning the lottery, rental homes in Sand Hollow inspire long lost friends and family to rekindle their relationship with you. We say turn off the phone, put an away message on your email, and get out there to enjoy the leisurely lifestyle.

Sky Mountain: Like the desert weather, but looking for some green? Homes and condo rentals in Sky Mountain Golf Estates offer the best of both worlds. There are just 243 units created around the neighborhood's centerpiece: one of the loveliest golf courses in Utah. Community planners host frequent social events, and there are opportunities to know your neighbors through games, cocktail parties, and local golf tournaments.

Sky Ridge: If you want to stay away from the maintenance of a large house, good apartment locator services can match you with a townhouse in the Sky Ridge neighborhood of Utah. There are options for simple single-family homes, as well as grander versions depending on your taste, but let's face facts: when you live here, you won't be spending much time indoors. The golf course beckons, and you are so close to adventures in the Grand Canyon, Las Vegas, and the Hoover Dam, that you'll probably only be inside when it is time for bed.

Finding Your New Neighborhood
+

Though the city isn't super-big, there are a number of well-defined neighborhoods that enjoy a strong sense of community. Your choice will depend on which amenities you are looking for and what type of building you want to live in. Keep reading for our most recommended.

Dixie Springs: The Dixie Springs project is coming into its own and promises to be one of the most popular subdivisions in Hurricane. Designed by folks who were tired of living in the frigid northern U.S., Dixie Springs is intended to be a desert oasis like no other. Homes are going up at a rapid rate, and living here means you will likely be the first to ever sleep in your rental home's four walls. One of the most exciting attractions in the area is the sand dunes, where residents of all ages hop on ATVs and go crazy. Their motto is, "Welcome to Dixie Springs! No snow shovels allowed!"

Grassy Meadows Sky Ranch: Are you having trouble finding a house for rent with space for your private plane? It's a problem that plagues us, too. Thank goodness for Grassy Meadows Sky Ranch. Each home is custom built on a 1 to 3-acre lot, and the neighborhood is centered around a private airstrip. Your backdrop is the majestic Hurricane Cliffs, and there is nothing between you and the Grand Canyon except undeveloped land as far as the eye can see. Maybe you will add dirt bikes or horses to your transportation repertoire?

Sand Hollow Resort: Golfers will think they have found paradise when they move to Sand Hollow Resort. This neighborhood is home to the most frequented golf vacation destination in Southern Utah, which means that choosing a year-round life in Sand Hollow guarantees you many houseguests. Just like winning the lottery, rental homes in Sand Hollow inspire long lost friends and family to rekindle their relationship with you. We say turn off the phone, put an away message on your email, and get out there to enjoy the leisurely lifestyle.

Sky Mountain: Like the desert weather, but looking for some green? Homes and condo rentals in Sky Mountain Golf Estates offer the best of both worlds. There are just 243 units created around the neighborhood's centerpiece: one of the loveliest golf courses in Utah. Community planners host frequent social events, and there are opportunities to know your neighbors through games, cocktail parties, and local golf tournaments.

Sky Ridge: If you want to stay away from the maintenance of a large house, good apartment locator services can match you with a townhouse in the Sky Ridge neighborhood of Utah. There are options for simple single-family homes, as well as grander versions depending on your taste, but let's face facts: when you live here, you won't be spending much time indoors. The golf course beckons, and you are so close to adventures in the Grand Canyon, Las Vegas, and the Hoover Dam, that you'll probably only be inside when it is time for bed.

Keeping Busy

Though most of the neighborhoods in Hurricane offer enough to keep you busy from dawn until dusk, you can look forward to an extensive list of activities when you are ready to venture out of town. Close by, you can immerse yourself in all things boat at the Sand Hollow State Park and the Quail Creek State Park. If you prefer hiking, try the Zion National Park, where you will be awestruck by the beauty of the Double Pine Arch, the Chinle Trail, the Mountain of the Sun, and the Court of the Patriarchs. Visit the country's most marvelous red rock formations at the Cedar Breaks National Monument.

If you ever grow weary of the great outdoors, we have the solution. Head for Vegas. Just remember the code: what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas!

Keeping Busy
+

Though most of the neighborhoods in Hurricane offer enough to keep you busy from dawn until dusk, you can look forward to an extensive list of activities when you are ready to venture out of town. Close by, you can immerse yourself in all things boat at the Sand Hollow State Park and the Quail Creek State Park. If you prefer hiking, try the Zion National Park, where you will be awestruck by the beauty of the Double Pine Arch, the Chinle Trail, the Mountain of the Sun, and the Court of the Patriarchs. Visit the country's most marvelous red rock formations at the Cedar Breaks National Monument.

If you ever grow weary of the great outdoors, we have the solution. Head for Vegas. Just remember the code: what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas!

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City Guide

Hurricane
"'Well, that was a Hurricane,' exclaimed Snow. 'We'll name this the Hurricane Hill.'" -- Erastus Snow
"'Well, that was a Hurricane,' exclaimed Snow. 'We'll name this the Hurricane Hill.'" -- Erastus Snow

A desert town named Hurricane? Will you be pelted by rain, hail, and wind? Fear not -- despite its name, Hurricane has never seen a powerful storm like Sandy or Katrina. Barring a dramatic change in weather patterns, it never will. The name comes from an off-the-cuff remark made by Erastus Snow in the mid-1800s. As his buggy traveled through the area, a sudden gust blew the top of the carriage right off, startling Snow and his passengers. He decided then and there that despite the desert climate, Hurricane deserved an unusual title. Want to fit in right away? Don't pronounce "Hurricane" like the storm. Instead, use the British pronunciation "hurr-ahhh-kun," and you will sound just like a local.

Getting Ready to Move

Generally, renting an apartment in Hurricane doesn't require an extensive application or background check, though be prepared with the names and numbers of several references. The most helpful reference would be anyone you have rented from in the past. Most leases are for 12 months, with a month-to-month agreement after the first year. The customary charges to move in are your first month's rent and a security deposit equal to the monthly rental payment.

Getting Ready to Move
+

Generally, renting an apartment in Hurricane doesn't require an extensive application or background check, though be prepared with the names and numbers of several references. The most helpful reference would be anyone you have rented from in the past. Most leases are for 12 months, with a month-to-month agreement after the first year. The customary charges to move in are your first month's rent and a security deposit equal to the monthly rental payment.

Finding Your New Neighborhood

Though the city isn't super-big, there are a number of well-defined neighborhoods that enjoy a strong sense of community. Your choice will depend on which amenities you are looking for and what type of building you want to live in. Keep reading for our most recommended.

Dixie Springs: The Dixie Springs project is coming into its own and promises to be one of the most popular subdivisions in Hurricane. Designed by folks who were tired of living in the frigid northern U.S., Dixie Springs is intended to be a desert oasis like no other. Homes are going up at a rapid rate, and living here means you will likely be the first to ever sleep in your rental home's four walls. One of the most exciting attractions in the area is the sand dunes, where residents of all ages hop on ATVs and go crazy. Their motto is, "Welcome to Dixie Springs! No snow shovels allowed!"

Grassy Meadows Sky Ranch: Are you having trouble finding a house for rent with space for your private plane? It's a problem that plagues us, too. Thank goodness for Grassy Meadows Sky Ranch. Each home is custom built on a 1 to 3-acre lot, and the neighborhood is centered around a private airstrip. Your backdrop is the majestic Hurricane Cliffs, and there is nothing between you and the Grand Canyon except undeveloped land as far as the eye can see. Maybe you will add dirt bikes or horses to your transportation repertoire?

Sand Hollow Resort: Golfers will think they have found paradise when they move to Sand Hollow Resort. This neighborhood is home to the most frequented golf vacation destination in Southern Utah, which means that choosing a year-round life in Sand Hollow guarantees you many houseguests. Just like winning the lottery, rental homes in Sand Hollow inspire long lost friends and family to rekindle their relationship with you. We say turn off the phone, put an away message on your email, and get out there to enjoy the leisurely lifestyle.

Sky Mountain: Like the desert weather, but looking for some green? Homes and condo rentals in Sky Mountain Golf Estates offer the best of both worlds. There are just 243 units created around the neighborhood's centerpiece: one of the loveliest golf courses in Utah. Community planners host frequent social events, and there are opportunities to know your neighbors through games, cocktail parties, and local golf tournaments.

Sky Ridge: If you want to stay away from the maintenance of a large house, good apartment locator services can match you with a townhouse in the Sky Ridge neighborhood of Utah. There are options for simple single-family homes, as well as grander versions depending on your taste, but let's face facts: when you live here, you won't be spending much time indoors. The golf course beckons, and you are so close to adventures in the Grand Canyon, Las Vegas, and the Hoover Dam, that you'll probably only be inside when it is time for bed.

Finding Your New Neighborhood
+

Though the city isn't super-big, there are a number of well-defined neighborhoods that enjoy a strong sense of community. Your choice will depend on which amenities you are looking for and what type of building you want to live in. Keep reading for our most recommended.

Dixie Springs: The Dixie Springs project is coming into its own and promises to be one of the most popular subdivisions in Hurricane. Designed by folks who were tired of living in the frigid northern U.S., Dixie Springs is intended to be a desert oasis like no other. Homes are going up at a rapid rate, and living here means you will likely be the first to ever sleep in your rental home's four walls. One of the most exciting attractions in the area is the sand dunes, where residents of all ages hop on ATVs and go crazy. Their motto is, "Welcome to Dixie Springs! No snow shovels allowed!"

Grassy Meadows Sky Ranch: Are you having trouble finding a house for rent with space for your private plane? It's a problem that plagues us, too. Thank goodness for Grassy Meadows Sky Ranch. Each home is custom built on a 1 to 3-acre lot, and the neighborhood is centered around a private airstrip. Your backdrop is the majestic Hurricane Cliffs, and there is nothing between you and the Grand Canyon except undeveloped land as far as the eye can see. Maybe you will add dirt bikes or horses to your transportation repertoire?

Sand Hollow Resort: Golfers will think they have found paradise when they move to Sand Hollow Resort. This neighborhood is home to the most frequented golf vacation destination in Southern Utah, which means that choosing a year-round life in Sand Hollow guarantees you many houseguests. Just like winning the lottery, rental homes in Sand Hollow inspire long lost friends and family to rekindle their relationship with you. We say turn off the phone, put an away message on your email, and get out there to enjoy the leisurely lifestyle.

Sky Mountain: Like the desert weather, but looking for some green? Homes and condo rentals in Sky Mountain Golf Estates offer the best of both worlds. There are just 243 units created around the neighborhood's centerpiece: one of the loveliest golf courses in Utah. Community planners host frequent social events, and there are opportunities to know your neighbors through games, cocktail parties, and local golf tournaments.

Sky Ridge: If you want to stay away from the maintenance of a large house, good apartment locator services can match you with a townhouse in the Sky Ridge neighborhood of Utah. There are options for simple single-family homes, as well as grander versions depending on your taste, but let's face facts: when you live here, you won't be spending much time indoors. The golf course beckons, and you are so close to adventures in the Grand Canyon, Las Vegas, and the Hoover Dam, that you'll probably only be inside when it is time for bed.

Keeping Busy

Though most of the neighborhoods in Hurricane offer enough to keep you busy from dawn until dusk, you can look forward to an extensive list of activities when you are ready to venture out of town. Close by, you can immerse yourself in all things boat at the Sand Hollow State Park and the Quail Creek State Park. If you prefer hiking, try the Zion National Park, where you will be awestruck by the beauty of the Double Pine Arch, the Chinle Trail, the Mountain of the Sun, and the Court of the Patriarchs. Visit the country's most marvelous red rock formations at the Cedar Breaks National Monument.

If you ever grow weary of the great outdoors, we have the solution. Head for Vegas. Just remember the code: what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas!

Keeping Busy
+

Though most of the neighborhoods in Hurricane offer enough to keep you busy from dawn until dusk, you can look forward to an extensive list of activities when you are ready to venture out of town. Close by, you can immerse yourself in all things boat at the Sand Hollow State Park and the Quail Creek State Park. If you prefer hiking, try the Zion National Park, where you will be awestruck by the beauty of the Double Pine Arch, the Chinle Trail, the Mountain of the Sun, and the Court of the Patriarchs. Visit the country's most marvelous red rock formations at the Cedar Breaks National Monument.

If you ever grow weary of the great outdoors, we have the solution. Head for Vegas. Just remember the code: what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas!