I moved to Las Vegas, NV from North Carolina several years ago. It only took one summer of 110 degree temperatures for me to look for a cooler place to spend my weekends. After doing a few months of research, I found Duck Creek Village in southern Utah and had a cabin built in the Duck Creek Pines subdivision. While it's just a three hour hour drive from Las Vegas, it's a completely different part of the world in every way. To go from 110+ degrees to 72 degrees is like jumping into a mountain stream. To go from the desert surrounding Las Vegas in the winter and find 5-10 feet of snow at my cabin continues to amaze me.
A friend of mine told me about VRBO.com and the possibilities of renting my cabin to vacationers on the dates that I wasn't able to enjoy it myself. I decided to give it a try and it's been very successful. In addition to making a little money, I've really enjoyed sharing my little part of southern Utah with people from all over the world.
Reviewed by Real Travelers
Centrally located in the heart of the beauty that is Southern Utah. Midway between Zion and Bryce Canyon on picturesque Highway 14. Duck Creek Pines is the premier development in Duck Creek Village and is surrounded by Dixie National Forest with year-round access. Located at 8400-feet above sea level, provides perfect…
16 guest reviews
100% of guests would stay again
Left on Jun 29, 2013 for a stay in June 2013
Service received from the owner was superb! From planning, answering questions, any problems, returning deposit promptly - amazing service. The home was very clean, in a beautiful area with plenty of room for us to spread out. Sitting out on the deck after of day of hiking was a pleasant way to end our day.
Mary, Bonita Springs