- The list below includes 52 free or cheap things to do in or near Virgin, Utah, including 41 different types of inexpensive activities like Mountain Biking, Gift Shops, Hiking Trails and Art Gallery.
- From Fort Zion Gift Shop & Petting Zoo to Utah Mountain Biking Adventures, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Virgin and in nearby cities within 25 miles like St. George, Springdale, Hurricane and Washington.
Also known as the Virgin Trading Post, the Fort Zion Gift Shop & Petting Zoo offers both novelty gifts and souvenirs depicting the Fort Zion area. The small petting zoo has several farm animals and is targeted toward younger children.
Pah Tempe Hot Springs are natural springs rich in mineral content and are watered by the Virgin River flowing through the numerous stone tubs built in the canyon itself. The place also has a variety of hot and cool pools to choose from and also offers mud-bath treatments.
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35 W State Street, Hurricane, UT 84737 MoreLess Info
Dedicated to preserving the history and heritage of the local area, the Hurricane Valley Pioneer Heritage Park includes a museum with local memorabilia, artifacts, and curiosities. There is also a park with playgrounds, water play area, and picnic areas.
100% 126 votes
138 West State Street, Hurricane, UT 84737 MoreLess Info
The primary focus of the Southern Utah Adventure Center is as a rental facility for ATVs/UTVs in addition to other adventure sport equipment like speed boats and jet skis. The company also offers access to a variety of trails from their store and to both Sand Hollow and Quail Creek.
An eight-theater movie multiplex, Coral Cliff's Cinema 8 shows newly released Hollywood films in digital video and sound, and sometimes in 3D. The theater is also available for rentals for private screenings or group events.
88% 24 votes
Leeds, UT MoreLess Info
Straddling Quail Creek, the Red Cliffs Recreation Area is pressed against the picturesque red sandstone cliffs in the area. There is a special picnic area which receives shade from large cottonwood trees, and guests can also hike to the Red Cliffs Archaeological Site.
The Pioneer Corner Museum is located in a building that used to be an early general store. The museum displays exhibits such as the 'Fenn Button Collection' and other various artifacts that recall the earliest years of the community.