Duck Creek Village
Located amongst the pines, aspens and spruce trees in the higher elevations of the Dixie National Forest Southern Utah, is the quaint village of Duck Creek Village. Set in a spectacular and breathtaking mountain landscape, Duck Creek Village is a year round destination and gateway to three national parks, five national monuments, two state parks and two national forests.
Duck Creek Village offers unlimited outdoor adventures year round and is known for its great winter activities with over 500 miles of scenic trails for snowmobiling and cross country skiing. The nearby resort of Brian Head offers excellent skiing and winter sports. A true winter wonderland. The cool summer months offer beautiful well maintained trails surrounded by wildflowers for mountain biking, hiking and horseback riding. The area offers unusual sites of lava fields, Anasazi ruins and picturesque caves. Visit the scenic Cascade Falls, emerging from a cave at Navajo Lake and the Ice Caves featuring year-round icicles. Mammoth Cave is a popular spot for hikers. Surrounded by a vast network of lakes, streams and rivers, Duck Creek Village is a haven for fisherman. Spend a day at the nearby Aspen Mirror Lake or Navajo Lake for excellent trout fishing.
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