About Duck Creek Village

For a wide range of options for exploring the great outdoors that are also steeped in tradition and history, look no further than the popular town of Duck Creek Village. For some of the best restaurants in the state and boutique art galleries, head to North Main Street. Many of the best attractions in Duck Creek Village can actually be found in the wilderness surrounding the village, so be sure to explore the entire area.

Check out some of these must see sites and activities during your stay in Duck Creek Village:

  • Dixie National Forest: This site is one of the most popular national parks in the state.
  • Go snowmobiling: There are several local companies that offer both snowmobiling and ATV rentals year-round.
  • Go Hunting: A handful of sites in town will offer guided hunting tours.
  • Duck Creek Campground: This area has excellent waters for fishing!

No matter when you decide to visit, there are a wide range of events and festivals to enjoy in Duck Creek. Watch the parade and floats go by at the Independence Day celebration in July, celebrate the history of the town at Duck Creek Days in July, or wind down summer with live music and local cuisine at the End of Summer Bash in September.

A vacation rental is the preferred option for those staying in Duck Creek Village. Choose from a range of excellent condos that will put you near all the main attractions and fine dining options in the area. Or, rent a rustic and cozy cabin overlooking Lake Navajo.

Although there is a lot to do in Duck Creek Village, the surrounding area has some of the biggest sites in the US and makes for wonderful day trips. The world-famous Las Vegas Strip, desert scenery of Flagstaff, and cultural options throughout Cedar City can all be reached within two hours or less by car.