round recreation is enjoyed by many in our Duck Creek Village area, and
is an ideal vacation spot for your entire family. With the
elevation ranging between 8500 and 11,000 feet, the summers are nice and
cool, and the winters are cozy and peaceful. You can enjoy
yourself by fishing the clear lakes and streams, hiking the trails
through the pine and aspen trees, hunting deer, elk and wild turkeys,
4-wheeling, rock hunting, boating, camping, or taking
fishing ponds are stocked with trout. Navajo Lake, Panguitch Lake,
Duck Creek Pond, Mammoth Creek, and Aspen Mirror Lake are can be a
relaxing treatment for those who need an escape from the big city life. Wildlife, including deer, elk, turkeys, squirrels,
chipmunks, and whistlers roam freely throughout the woods.
During the fall season , the forest is
ablaze with magnificent colors of yellow, orange, red, brown, &
winter wonderland brings a complete change of scenery with snow flocking
the trees & covering the ground. Snowmobilers and cross
country skiers enjoy miles of hidden beauty.
Both Strawberry Valley and Swains Creek
have landing airstrips for those who
want to commute the short distance from Las Vegas or other points.
Some of America's most beautiful National
Parks are available in all directions. Plan a road trip to Zion
National Park, Bryce Canyon, or Cedar Breaks National Monument.
But remember, all roads lead back to Duck Creek Village!