Escape the City

Highlights: Hiking trails, horseback riding and golf 
Great for: Families, Relaxing and Picnicking

Duck Mountain locationMorning

  • Stop by the visitor centre and grab a park calendar to find out what free programs are being offered in the park that day (or check online beforehand!)
  • Hike the beautiful Pelly Point Nature Trail (4.4 km) or follow the boardwalk along the Fen Trail through one of the most rare and unique ecosystems in Saskatchewan.
  • Play a round of golf at Madge Lake Golf Resort or enjoy a guided horseback ride through the forest and along the lake with Madge Lake Bible Camp Riding Stables.
  • Bring a lunch and enjoy a picnic at one of our day-use sites. Batka Lake, just off the main road has a camp kitchen and beautiful picnic area overlooking the lake. 

Afternoon

  • Head to the either Ministik or Pickerel Point beach for a swim, build sandcastles or just enjoy the sun.
  • Stop by Waves Ice Cream and Mini Golf to put your putting skills to the test and enjoy a sweet, cool ice cream treat.
  • Rent a canoe and head out on the lake for a calm, evening paddle.
  • Enjoy dinner on the patio at Madge Lake Golf Resort.

Where we are

Getting to Duck Mountain Provincial Park

  • 20 minutes east of Kamsack:
    • Head east on SK-5
    • Continue straight onto Saskatchewan 57
    • Turn left into the park
  • An hour and 15 minutes north east of Yorkton:
    • Head east on SK-10
    • North on SK-8 to Kamsack
    • Head east on SK-5
    • Continue straight onto Saskatchewan 57
    • Turn left into the park

Report to the Entry Gate for your Vehicle Entry Permit: $10 (daily) / $75 (season)
Once you are here, find the office for trail maps, events calendars and more.

Find out more about Duck Mountain Provincial Park

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