Originally founded as a gathering place for sheepherders, Duck Creek was discovered by the film industry in the 1940’s, and it was immediately set up as a remote filming location because of its spectacular scenery. Duck Creek homes have housed many celebrities, including Elizabeth Taylor during filming of Drums Along the Mohawk and National Velvet. The area has now become a vibrant, resort community with a well-rounded economic base.
Duck Creek real estate is quickly gaining a reputation for its great snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, mountain biking, and hiking destinations. The area contains some of the best trails, terrain, and scenery in Southwest America. Residents of the Village also enjoy fishing, horseback riding, ATV riding, and other recreational opportunities.
For those who may want to stay in Duck Creek for a few days, the town provides quaint lodging, RV parks, and camping opportunities, as well as restaurants and shopping. Many visitors have fallen in love with the area and decided to make the Village their permanent home, so there are year-round homes available for viewing as well. With its amazing scenic beauty, and its perfect location as the gate to national parks, national monuments, a renowned national recreation area, national forests, and unlimited outdoor adventures, it’s easy to understand why people are searching Duck Creek homes!
Borders the Dixie National Forest-Enjoy your own space, 3 building lots located at the back of Strawberry Point, at the end of a cul-de-sac and bordering the Dixie Nation...