Duck Creek Village Information
This Complete Guide to Duck Creek Village, Utah will have information for your visit. In the lodging section you will find links and information for hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts. You then will be able to view activities in Duck Creek Village, Utah and nearby Navajo Lake by category which include horseback riding, ATV tours, air tours, biking, entertainment, fishing, golf, guided tours, hunting, museums, paintball, ranch activities, rappelling, river running, shopping, snowmobiling and skiing. If you're going to camp or bring along your RV trailer on your visit to Duck Creek Village, Utah, then you will want to check out the camping and RV park section of the website for links to great places to stay. Everyone will want to find the best places to dine when visiting Duck Creek Village, Utah. Check out the dining section to find your restaurants.
Before you come you can check out the photo gallery to see the beauty of Duck Creek Village, Utah. You will find the E-Postcard section of our site fun and exciting. You will be able to send a postcard of Duck Creek Village, Utah to your friends and family.
You may want to visit the Area Cities when you visit Duck Creek Village, Utah. Here are a few cities to visit when you travel to Duck Creek Village: Las Vegas, Nevada, Panguitch Lake, Duck Creek Village, Cedar City, Brian Head, Kanab, St. George, Salt Lake City, and Springdale. When you visit Duck Creek Village, Utah you will want to visit all of the other National Parks nearby. Here are a few National Parks to visit: Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, Grand Canyon, Arches National Park, Capitol Reef National Park, Lake Powell National Recreation Area, Canyonlands National Park, and Escalante Grand Staircase National Monument. Directory for Los Angeles, California coming soon.
Duck Creek Village, Utah is a spectacular place to visit. The community of Duck Creek, Utah sits at 8,400 feet just off Utah Scenic Highway 14 on what is commonly known as Cedar Mountain. This area is also known as the Markagunt Plateau and is part of the Dixie National Forest. Close by are a myriad of scenic attractions and areas for a wide range of activities. In the winter the region around Duck Creek Village, Utah is a snowmobile mecca. Visitors also enjoy cross-country (x-country) skiing and snowshoeing. Nearby Brian Head Ski, Snowboard and Summer Resort is an excellent place to enjoy downhill skiing.
In the warmer months Duck Creek Village, Utah and the surrounding area are full of beautiful meadows, wildflowers, wildlife, and trails which extend in all directions for hiking, mountain biking, ATV riding, and much more. Fishing in local lakes and streams is excellent for rainbow and other trout. This part of Southwestern Utah is ideal for scenic and wildlife photography. Elk, deer, rarely seen bears, mountain lions, bobcats, and many other animals live on the mountain.