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Box 39
Kamsack, SK  S0A 1S0
Duck Mountain Provincial Park Location: 25 km E of Kamsack.
Cycling Trails
Cycling Trails
Hiking Trails
Hiking Trails
Cross-country Ski Trails
The park’s trail network provides roughly 130 km of recreational opportunities for hiking, cycling, horseback riding, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling.

The park boasts nine pathways that provide more than 60 km of trails for cross-country skiers, hikers and cyclists. Among these trails are the Boreal Forest Nature Trail (1 km, barrier-free), Pelly Point Trail (4.4 km for advanced users) and the Woodland Nature Trail (2 km trail ideal for birdwatching). These and other trails are groomed by the Kamsack Ski Club in the winter for classical and skate skiing and are perfect for skiers of all ages and skill levels.

In the summer, hikers and cyclists can travel along a portion of the Trans Canada Trail (The Great Trail) or take one of the park’s other self-guided, interpretive trails. The area also features a three-mile paved trail that connects the Recreation Hall to the Pickerel Point Campground, providing a beautiful, relaxing trip for people of all ages and abilities.

The park is also a popular destination spot for snowmobilers with almost 70 km of marked and well-maintained trails throughout the winter. The region also offers guided horseback riding tours for visitors.

Open Year Round

Nearby Attractions

Park amenities include: plenty of parking, washrooms/showers, picnic sites, campground and other accommodations, boat launch and rental facility, swimming and fishing opportunities, 18-hole golf course, mini golf, beach volleyball and tennis courts, playground, baseball diamonds, toboggan hill, downhill ski runs, skating rink, gas station and grocery store. There are six warm-up shelters located at various points along the cross-country ski trails.

Trail Stats

  • Length : 130 km
  • Difficulty : Beginner to advanced.
  • Surface : Natural terrain and paved.

Trail Activities

  • Hiking
  • Walking
  • Cycling
  • Mountain biking
  • Birdwatching
  • Geocaching
  • Cross-country skiing

Additional Trail Information

  • Urban / Suburban
  • Entry fees apply
  • Interpretive signs enroute

Certifications & Affiliations

  • Trans Canada Trail (The Great Trail) designation