Duck Mountain has a variety of in-park services to help make your stay more enjoyable, including accommodation and a convenience store. The town of Kamsack is located 23 km east of the Park and offers full services.
Madge Lake Bible Camp: Check out their website or call (204) 937-3646 for more information.
St. Michael's Camp: Check out this Catholic Church camp's website for more information.
Pickeral Point Boat Rental: Boat rentals are available. Phone: (306) 542-3493.
Duck Mountain Resort: This facility is located off highway #57, nestled in the heart of Duck Mountain near Ministik Beach. The resort offers a licensed dining room, cocktail lounge, store and 22 rooms for rent. The Steak Pit is also available; this facility can handle groups of up to 200 people. They also offer 11 modern cabins and 10 townhouse units, and 21 air conditioned rooms and two conference rooms for all your convention needs for rent year round. Phone: (306) 542-3466 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pickerel Point Store and Concession: The store has a wide variety of souvenirs, food items, beach clothing and toys. The concession offers a wide variety of fast food items. Phone: (306) 542-3469.
Madge Lake Riding Stables: Horseback riding is available in the park. Phone: (306) 542-3148.
D.J.'s Miniature Golf and Ice Cream: Located on the west side of the park, this facility offers a full-service gas station, a miniature golf course, a variety of confectionary items and delicious ice cream treats. Phone: (306) 542-4361.
Madge Lake Golf Resort is a grass green 18-hole golf course, complete with cart and club rentals. It offers a licensed clubhouse and is located along highway #57 in the heart of Duck Mountain Provincial Park. This challenging course is surrounded by a mature forest of spruce, poplar and birch. Phone: (306) 542-3485.
Duck Mountain, located on the Saskatchewan/Manitoba border, is in an area rich with history. Nearby attractions include The National Doukhobor Heritage centre, Kamsack Museum, Fort Pelly National Historic Site, Fort Livingstone National Historic Site, Canora Museum, Lake of the Prairies and the Western Development Museum in Yorkton.