We stayed here last year for an overnight and chose to do it again this year. This is a Forest Service campground ran by a contractor. Great campground. Fishing in the area with a pond that people fish in within walking distance. Hiking trails take off from the campground. Family friendly area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We used this as a base for visiting Bryce Canyon National Park and Zion National Park. Approaching from West of the park on US-14 made me a bit nervous: narrow road, steep grades and declines, and many twists/turns. However our Class A towing a CRV did just fine. We pulled into Duck Creek and immediately liked it. For us in a MH, the "A" loop was perfect: great site, nice restroom, and good roads. Campground Host was very helpful. No electricity available (or other hookups). No cell phone or internet available either. Easy drive to Zion and to Bryce from campground: use Hwy 14 going East from the campground to get to Hwy 89. Convenience store/supplies found for reasonable prices at Hwy 14 & Hwy 89 intersection. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If this lovely campground had hook-ups, we would live here as much as rules would allow. Now a 16-day max but I don't know if that means you must wait a certain amount of days before coming back. No water or sewer, but there is a good dump station and fresh water fill station. Loop A has some good RV sites with paved pads and patios. Loop D has an ATV coral that is part of the massive ATV trail system in the area. While nearby Las Vegas and Salt Lake City have temps in the 100's, it is only in the low 70's here. There are some really wonderful sites suited for everything from tent campers to big rig RV'ers. Everyone is friendly. Great group sites. Rating of 8 has to do with no water/sewer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
USFS campground under private contractor. 9200 feet elevation give or take. Beautiful country. Camp help very nice, and keep a clean campground. Lots of sites deep enough for my 49 foot long setup to fit in comfortably. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was a nice campground. We had a great time visiting with family while we were there. The fishing wasn't too bad either over at Duck Creek. The restrooms could have been a little cleaner, but all in all, it was a nice place to stay. We camped here in a Tent.
Duck Creek is a federal campground in a large pine and aspen forest with BIG trees. Elevation is about 9000 feet so the summers are cool and the winters are closed. The campground has restrooms but no showers or any other hook ups. The sites are comfortably spaced and each has a fire pit. Lots of hiking and fishing. Navajo lake is a few miles away with many trails. Beautiful area away from the big city but only about 1 mile from small town where you can get supplies. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I guess I'll start with the good part. The park is high up in the mountains in a beautiful setting. It's heavily wooded and cool in the summer. The RV sites are poorly marked and nearly impossible to find after dark. Once you locate the sites are difficult to distinguish one from the other. These sites are right on top of one another, and leave little to no room for your tow vehicle. The layout of the park is pretty much a jumbled mess of private cabins, permanent campsites, rental houses, play grounds and group function areas. I'm never sure if I'm walking in someone's back yard or on public use areas. Overall, we are very disappointed and will probably not stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Lovely location, but dirt and some gravel sites. Spaces are very tight and ours (#5) required quite a bit of maneuvering to get enough room for both glides to open. This must be the ATV capital of the world. The city has marked ATV trails and sells maps of the trial system. Good if you like ATVs. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This resort is in the subdivision called Color Country just outside of Duck Creek Village, Utah. The resort was under construction during our stay, but we aren't sure exactly what will be changed. I believe they were upgrading the RV sites, which can only make the place better. When we were here the sites were fairly narrow and a little difficult to ingress and egress from. We stayed in a 55' spot that allowed us to keep the truck and trailer hooked up, but I wouldn't say these were pull through. We weren't able to put out our awning but that was ok because the park is loaded with huge pine trees. The staff was very friendly and accommodating when we decided to cut our reservation short by a day. (This had nothing to do with the RV park). This is a great spot for ATV's and Dirt Bike's. From the area you can access an extensive trail system that is all marked (maps available in the general store at Duck Creek). We thought the price per night was a little high (full hookups in Panguitch Lake for approx. $25/night), but I think that had to do with the location on the park (in a very upscale area of Duck Creek/Color Country). The weekly rate makes the nightly breakdown comprable to other RV parks. This is also one of the few parks in the area with full hookups. We would definitely stay here again. Oh, and as of May 2006 they did not charge for Wi-Fi access or pets staying in the RV park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.