Winter in Duck Mountain
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Park Information
A Park Entry Permit is Required

2022 Sask Parks Annual Park Entry Permits are valid until April 30, 2023.

Daily, Weekly and Annual Park Entry Permits can be purchased online or at the park upon arrival. See admin office to purchase.

Daily and Weekly Park Entry Permits can be printed at home prior to arrival at the park.

Annual Park Entry Permits purchased online MUST be picked up at the park in person. They will NOT be mailed out to customers.

For more details on Sask Parks Annual Park Entry Permits please visit the link below.

Learn More or Purchase a Park Entry Permit
Park Administration Office

Open: Mon - Fri: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Open: Sat - Sun: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Phone: 306-542-5500

Phone: 306-542-5500
Directions to the Park
Now Open
Snow Maze

We have a-MAZE-ing news! Duck Mountain's snow maze is coming soon in the Fern Campground. So, grab your friends and family and get lost in a winter wonderland!


Pack up your fat bike! There's no better winter exercise than cycling through some snow. Duck Mountain has an incredible 12 km fat bike trail! Call the park for more details at 306-542-5500.

Phone: 306-542-5500
Downhill Skiing, Snowboarding and Cross-country Skiiing

Enjoy snowboarding, downhill, and cross-country skiing all in one day at the Duck Mountain Ski Area.

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Guided Programs

Join our Park Interpreters every Saturday at the Visitor Centre for guided programs.

There is always something fun in our parks this winter, from guided cross-country skiing and escaping the snow maze.

See the Events & Programs section below for more details.

Ice Skating

Grab your skates and lace up! Duck Mountain's skating rink has room for everyone, from beginners to Olympians. The skating rink is located between the tobogganing hill and the Visitor Centre. A warm-up shack is available. Please bring your own skates.


Bundle up and grab your tackle box because Madge Lake has awesome ice fishing! Ask staff about popular fishing spots. Fishing licenses are required for Saskatchewan residents aged 16-64. Purchase yours online or at the park Administration Office.

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Kick Sledding

Launching during the holiday season, Prairie Rentals is offering kick sledding. This introduction to dog sledding teaches users how to slide across the snow on metal runners using their own strength. Winter adventure gear rentals are also available. Open Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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Park Activity Kits

Stop by the Visitor Centre and grab your Duck Mountain Park Activity Kit (PAK)! Packed with fun activities and challenges, our winter PAKs are designed to bring the joy of play to your family this winter.


Load up your snowmobile and enjoy the fresh powder at Duck Mountain! There is 40 km of snowmobile trails available at the park. Pick up your maps at the park office or the Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association website.

Snowmobile Rentals View Snowmobile Trails Map

Step into your snowshoes and onto the trails! 78 km of trails available at Duck Mountain Provincial Park are fantastic for snowshoeing.


Let's get sledding! Duck Mountain's groomed tobogganing hill is located by the Visitor Centre.

Winter Fun in Sask Parks, Park Activity Book

Pick up your own Winter Fun Activity Booklet from the park administrative office to find fun activities for the whole family.

Food Options
Opening Dec 29
Border Mountain House

Border Mountain House is a fully licensed restaurant located at the Rec Hall. The restaurant is open on the following days:

  • Saturday's: 5 p.m. - 10 p.m.
  • For more details contact Border Mountain House at 306-590-0323.

    Phone: 306-590-0323 Directions
    Iron Grill in Kamsack

    Don't worry about packing supper, The Iron Grill in Kamsack has you covered! The Iron Grill will be offering a food delivery service to visitors staying at Madge Lake Resort located in Duck Mountain's core area! Call them for more details at 306-542-4745.

    Phone: 306-542-4745 Learn More
    Duck Mountain Ski Area

    Need lunch? The Duck Mountain Ski Area will be serving food once open for the season. With options for the whole family, you're bound to walk away with a happy stomach.

    Phone: 306-542-4111 Learn More
    Picnic Options

    Pack a picnic and enjoy it in one of our picnic shelters. Picnic shelters are equipped with wood-burning stoves (wood provided).

    Stay With Us
    Winter Camping

    With many great offerings available in parks this winter, why not make the most of it and spend a night or two camping in the park?

    Those interested in winter camping can reserve campsites online!

    To learn more about winter camping in Duck Mountain Provincial Park, click the link below.

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    Camp-Easy is exactly what you need for that perfect getaway with minimal effort and preparation. You can enjoy the experience of tenting with the advantage of being warmer, drier while you're up off the ground. The Camp-Easy tent and covered outdoor space will keep you protected from the elements during your stay.

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    Madge Lake Retreats

    Looking for a weekend getaway? Stay at Madge Lake Retreats located in Duck Mountain's core area! Rustic yet modern, there are 10 cabins and 10 condo units available now that are fully renovated and equipped for cooking. Room for the whole family!

    There is a fueling station at the Madge Lake Developments office to service snowmobiles.

    For more information and to book your stay visit the website below or call the front desk.

    Phone: 306-542-3922 Learn More