Highway Access: Hwys 11, 212
The town of Duck Lake is in the centre of an area great in historical importance. The town's wide streets, light standards and storefronts are reminiscent of earlier times and heritage buildings echo the past. Twelve large, outdoor murals depict events in the history of the community and short drives away one can see the sites of the Battles of Duck Lake, Fish Creek and Batoche.
Duck Lake Regional Interpretive Centre ... 21-Jun-2013
Duck Lake Regional Interpretive Centre ... 01-Jul-2013
Duck Lake Heritage Day 13-Jul-2013
Batoche National Historic Site - Mass ... 18-Jul-2013
Batoche National Historic Site - Parks ... 20-Jul-2013
Batoche National Historic Site - ... 04-Aug-2013
Box 430, 301 Front Street
Duck Lake, SK S0K 1J0
Fort Carlton Provincial Historical Park, St. Laurent Shrine, Batoche National Historic Site, Seager Wheeler Farm.
Traveller services: Information: town office, Mon to Fri 9am - 4pm; Duck Lake Regional Interpretive Centre, junction of Hwys 11 and 212, 5 Anderson Ave, Victoria Day weekend to Labour Day weekend.
Tourist information - year-round
Community hall/Convention centre
Public internet access
Handcraft shop (Saskatchewan-made)
Scheduled bus service
Information in this listing is subject to change at any time. Please contact the community office to verify that information is accurate.