Duck Creek Village is located at the edge of a large mountain meadow in the Dixie National Forest. At an elevation of approximately 8,400 feet you can enjoy all four seasons. It's 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, horseback riding, ATV riding and other opportunities are readily available. The Village is also home to quaint lodging, shopping, restaurants, camping and RV parks.
Located in beautiful Southern Utah, the area is known as the gateway to three national Parks, five national monuments, a renowned National Recreational Area, two state parks, two national forests, and unlimited outdoor adventures.
The Dixie National Forest encompasses almost two million acres and is the largest national forest in Utah. Offer's great hiking trails that include terrain in slot canyons and high alpine areas. Anazasi ruins, caves and lava fields are some of the more unusual sights to see in this forest region which is an excellent place for camping, mountain biking, horseback riding and photography.
Virgin River Rim Trail is a 32-mile, high-altitude trail along the south rim of Cedar Mountain. Hikers, mountain bikers, and horseback riders can enter and exit the single-track trail at various access points, including several places along Navajo Lake. Check out the Map!
Navajo Lake, at the top of Cedar Mountain with at an elevation of 9,200 ft., tempts visitors with boating, swimming and fishing. Stocked every year, the lake boasts rainbow and brook trout. Camping is popular at the campground during summer months, and for those who prefer a comfortable bed and shower, the Navajo Lake Lodge offers accommodations.
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