In Utah's southwest, Duck Creek Village rests at the edge of a large mountain meadow in the Dixie National Forest, at an elevation of 8,400 feet. Its central location makes Duck Creek a perfect base for a wide range of activities in every season. Duck Creek is fast gaining recognition as one of the great snowmobile, x-country ski, mountain bike and hiking destinations, with some of the best trails, scenery and terrain anywhere in America's southwest. Excellent hiking, fishing, golfing, horseback riding, ATV riding and other opportunities are readily available, along with great lodging, restaurants, guide services and outfitted adventures. Located 29 miles from Cedar City, this mini resort community stretches ½ mile along U-14. Duck Creek Village has year-round access.
Two private airstrips are located in nearby subdivisions and public schools are within 25 miles. At Duck Creek Village one can enjoy the fresh awakening of spring, cool mountain summers, spectacular fall colors, and a winter wonderland.
In any season, with Duck Creek's central location, you can choose your own direction for exploring the incredible scenic and historical attractions in Southern Utah. Within a two hour driving distance from Duck Creek, you can visit Capitol Reef and Bryce National Park to the North, Zion and Grand Canyon National Park to the South. Don't forget to visit Red Cliffs and Lake Powell on your way down to the Grand Canyon. To the west is Cedar Breaks, and the red-rock country of Snow Canyon in St. George. During summer you can attend the world renown Shakespearean Festival Theatre in Cedar City, The Renaissance Faire, or The Utah Summer Games.
After one visit to Duck Creek Village you will see why young families as well as retirees are calling this place home.