This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Recent Duck Creek Village reviews
"We just returned from a four day family reunion at the lodge. With 15 adults and 19 children (all under the age of 10), it was the perfect location for us. The set-up made it easy for young families to put kids to bed, without being tied right to their rooms for the night. The backyard provided endless hours of fun for our older children. The good-sized kitchen and three refrigerators allowed us to make our own meals, saving lots of money. There was plenty of room for large group activities, as well. Thanks Charles and Laureen for making this lodge available and for helping us feel at home!"Guest: Angie Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 1, 2014View listing
"My family wanted to get away from the city and enjoy the outdoors a little. This was the perfect get away!! We loved the cabin! It was beautiful and cozy. Really the only suggestion I have would be to invest in some better quality sheets. The ones on the beds didn't fit well and just appeared very worn. We will most likely consider staying here again on our next trip to Duck Creek Village."Guest: stacy Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: August 20, 2014View listing
"We really enjoyed the cabin! It's a beautiful cabin with lots of beds, and a huge deck with a grill. We ate in and just relaxed with the family. Todd was fantastic to deal with and very responsive! Lots to do by the cabin, Cedar Breaks Monument is beautiful and my kids loved Mammoth Cave. We took the drive up to Bryce National Park which is amazing. There is a cute little group of stores and restaurants and the hardware store up the road sells/rents DVDs for the small TV/DVD combo at the cabin. Prepare to unplug as there was no cell reception for Verizon / AT&T and no internet access."Guest: Adam Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 19, 2014View listing
"Just finishing our stay at the cabin. Very happy we picked this property. The cabin has everything needed, just bring yourself and food. The new fire pit was a perfect touch each night at the end of a long day of hiking. Perfect size for the 4 of us. For the person that cant disconnect from work, like us, WIFI has a super strong signal and is zippy fast. Excellent vacation, and the cabin was a big part of it. We are already looking at upcoming dates to book again."Guest: John M. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 4, 2014View listing
Duck Creek Village Travel Tips
Duck Creek Village Vacation Rentals Make the Ideal Bases for Exploring Utah
Duck Creek Village is a truly special community tucked away on Cedar Mountain in Utah. It sits at an altitude of 8,400 feet amidst the Dixie National Forest and offers plenty of outdoor activities in all seasons amidst gorgeous scenery. There is a small village community with a church, coffee shop, restaurants, an equipment hire and repair center, and small shops selling most essentials.
Places to Visit from Duck Creek Village Vacation Houses
Duck Creek Village is within easy driving distance of some of the most spectacular national parks in the country. Bryce Canyon National Park is known for its bright red rock formations and just 44 miles away. Zion National Park is similarly nearby. The Grand Staircase National Monument is worth visiting as it's just 20 miles from your Duck Creek Village lodging, as is with the Cedar Breaks National Monument. The Coral Pink Sand Dunes are a great place for ATV-ing and the north rim of the Grand Canyon, one of the world's natural wonders, is within easy driving distance from your Duck Creek Village cabin.
The Navajo lake is just six miles away and offers watersport, swimming, boating and fishing. For more cultural activities, head to Cedar City for shopping, theater, restaurants and the annual Shakespearean Festival.
The Best Time to Stay at Duck Creek's Utah Vacation Rentals
The best time to stay at Duck Creek Village depends upon what you want to do but it is most popular from spring through fall. In the summer, temperatures reach an average 90 F (32 C) and in the winter, when there is snow on the ground, temperatures barely rise above freezing. The area has low rainfall throughout the year, averaging just an inch per month.
Good Reasons to Choose Duck Creek Village Vacation Houses
Renting Duck Creek Village condos or cabins is the perfect way to get into the spirit of the area. Surrounded by forests and mountains, a cozy home with a fireplace is the best place to return home to each evening. Comfortable beds, laundry facilities and decks for sitting out are what a Utah vacation is all about. Vacation homes offer plenty of space for all the family and even your pet dog is welcomed at most places. The fully equipped kitchens keep costs down and are ideal for preparing picnics and family meals. With great locations, it is the perfect way to enjoy a vacation with family or a gathering with friends.
Things to Do Around Duck Creek Village Condos
In the winter, the area around Duck Creek Village is abuzz with snowmobiles. Visitors can enjoy cross country skiing, snowshoeing and downhill skiing at nearby Brian Head Resort.
In the warmer months, Duck Creek Village and the surrounding area are ideal for hiking and biking in the beautiful meadows and forests. The trials are ideal for ATV-ing and mountain biking. Fishing in the local lakes and streams will reward enthusiasts with rainbow trout and other fish. Elk, deer, bears, bobcats and even mountain lions may be seen on the mountain, and hunting and shooting are popular sports. Further afield, there is a fantastic selection of natural attractions to visit.
How to Get to Duck Creek Village Vacation Rentals
Duck Creek Village is easy to drive to from the I-15 to the west or the Scenic Highway 89 to the east. A car or truck is required for exploring this remote and unspoiled community. The nearest airports are McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas which is 169 miles away, and Salt Lake City International Airport which is 229 miles away. There are small local airports at Cedar City and Bryce Canyon.