As far as the cabin itself, everything was fantastic! It’s clean, ‘homey’ with plenty of room to spread out offering our teenage twin daughters their own space in the loft. It’s a VERY fancy cabin in the middle of Nowhere, Utah! There are many outdoor activities in the area, but the nightlife is seriously lacking. This is no fault of the host, Lara, of course! The restaurants “in town” close early (even on the week-ends). If you hike or ATV all day, it’s best to have groceries at the cabin to make dinner. You’ll want to pick groceries up in a bigger town on your way in to DCV…there are 2 “grocery stores” in the village but supplies are super limited (again this is no fault of the cabin/Lara). Duck Creek appears to be in “development’ with new houses/cabins being built right now. I’d like to return in a few years to see how the village has evolved! If we ever make it back, we would enjoy staying in this cabin again! We all felt safe and enjoyed our stay! Thank you Lara!

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