Attractions Near Duck Creek Village
Duck Creek Village is a year round destination and gateway to three National Parks, five National Monuments, two State Parks and two National Forests, set in a spectacular and breathtaking mountain setting. Located in the higher elevations of the Dixie National Forest, Duck Creek Village is a quaint village perfectly situated for unlimited outdoor adventures and known for its great winter activities with over 500 miles of scenic trails for snowmobiling and cross country skiing.
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Surrounded by Pines, Aspens, Spruce trees and fields of wildflowers, Duck Creek Village is the perfect summer destination for mountain biking, hiking and horseback riding on the many well-maintained scenic trails. Visit the unusual sites of lava fields, Anasazi ruins and many picturesque caves, such as the caves at Cascade Falls at Navajo Lake, the Ice Caves featuring year-round icicles and Mammoth Cave. If you are looking for the perfect catch, Duck Creek Village is surrounded by lakes, streams and rivers stocked with trout. Find a remote spot to cast your line or venture out to Navajo Lake, Aspen Mirror Lake or Panguitch Lake for Utah’s best catch.
The nearby resort of Brian Head offers excellent skiing and winter sports. A true winter wonderland.