My girlfriend and I had a reservation at Falcons Nest Cabins, but the day we were supposed to leave there was a storm. We called the proprietors to see if there was a snow tires or chains requirement. The man didn't know and suggested that we call county. I called county a couple of times, but there was no answer. My girlfriend then started calling county and she finally got through, but they said that they didn't know and we should call state. At this point, we were getting frustrated because we just wanted to know and either get on the way or cancel the reservation. She called the owners back and spoke to the woman this time. She asked the woman if the roads were okay or if we needed special tires, and the woman said she didn't know either but that my girlfriend should call the police to find out. At this point, we had enough and she went to cancel the reservation. My girlfriend explained that it was getting frustrating trying to find out and that since we were from Las Vegas it wasn't as if we stored snow tires or chains and were just trying to find out ahead of time. The woman then proceeded to chew out my girlfriend because she was sure she spoke for many people who live in Duck Creek Village that it is extremely frustrating when people from Las Vegas go into town and get stuck in the snow because they don't have the correct tires. The inhabitants of the village then have to help pull them out. She further stated that Duck Creek was on top of a mountain, and during the winter times it does snow and that people should come to expect that at least chains were required. We then canceled the reservation as it doesn't seem that they wanted anyone from Las Vegas staying in their cabins or in their town. Instead, we drove a pleasant 4 hours and went to the Desert Pearl Inn in Springdale, UT.
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- Falcons Nest Cabins Duck Creek Village, Utah