Duck Lake

The town of Duck Lake is located in Saskatchewan; located 88 kilometers north of Saskatoon and 44 kilometers south of Prince Albert on the highway junction of 11 & 212.
The population of the town is 600 and an aggressive tourism marketing campaign that focus on the first nation Metis, and Pioneer cultures. Having quite a few tourist attractions around its locale, it includes murals of battles, St. Lauren shrine, Fort Carlton and more.
Since it’s in an area of great historical importance this town has the pleasure of receiving as many as 8000 visitors per year. A few minute drive from takes you to the site of the “Battle of Duck Lake & Buffalo Pit” when the Metis warriors and the Canadian government fought at the beginning of the Northwest rebellion.
This town beats any other in the sheer no. of recreation activities and facilities. Whether you are a resident or a tourist, you are going to have the time of your life. You can go canoeing in the Saskatchewan River or curling, shred the ski range or go ride a snow mobile. You can even go hunting or camping in the regional parks. Duck Lake is a complete package vacation destination.

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $113K
Lowest Price $69.9K
Highest Price $190K
Total Listings 4
Avg. Days On Market 109
Avg. Price/SQFT $109

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