A small town of about 610 people, Duck Lake is a community with a rich history found 88 KM north of Saskatoon and 44 KM south of Prince Albert. Named for the nearby lake, it is a great choice for families who love the outdoors, with Nisbet Provincial Forest immediately to the north and a very affordable average home price of just over $129,000.
Just under 55 minutes from Saskatoon, Duck Lake is home to many conveniences, including a gas station, restaurant, grocery store, auto shop, and hospital. It also boasts the K-12 Stobart Community School and two museums—the Regional Interpretive Centre and Russell Hanson’s Mounted Police Museum. There are also several recreational facilities in town—ball diamonds, playgrounds, skating and curling rinks—and a number of historical sites in the vicinity, including Batoche, Fort Carlton, and the St. Laurent Shrine.