- Duck Creek Utah is on Hwy 14, 52 miles west of Bryce Canyon
- Situated at 8,400 feet elevation on Cedar Mountain
- Activities include fishing, hunting, kayaking, ATVing, horseback riding and skiing
- Nearby attractions include Navajo Lake, Cedar Breaks National Monument and Grand Staircase Escalante Monument
Duck Creek Village is an unincorporated community on Cedar Mountain in southern Utah. Situated at 8,400 feet elevation it is a pretty area which is popular with tourists and sports enthusiasts. During the winter the area is ideal for winter sports while in summer the trails run through alpine meadows.
Duck Creek Village UT is 30 miles east of Cedar City and the I-15. It is on scenic Hwy 14, 10 miles west of Hwy 89.
Duck Creek UT has a post office, small restaurant/café, outfitters and a general store. There are various cabin rentals and a campground with inns, motels and bed and breakfasts nearby.
- Horseback Riding
- Aspen Mirror Lake Local
- Navajo Lake 7 miles
- Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park 7 miles
- Cascade Falls 9 miles
- Cedar Breaks National Monument 20 miles
- Panguitch Lake 21 miles
- Brian Head Ski Resort 25 miles
- Zion National Park 26 miles
- Grand Staircase Escalante Monument 32 miles
- Bryce Canyon National Park 52 miles
- Capitol Reef National Park 164 miles
From Duck Creek Village, head east on Hwy 14 for 11 miles. Turn left onto Hwy 89 and travel north for 20 miles, then turn right onto Hwy 12 and travel east for 13.5 miles. Turn right onto Hwy 63 and enter Bryce Canyon National Park. Total distance 52 miles.