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Duck Mountain Provincial Park
The Duck Mountains are a segment of the Manitoba Escarpment dating back over
one hundred million years and are classified as a Natural Park. Clear, spring-fed lakes have made “The Ducks” a popular tourist destination for years. Childs, Wellman, Glad, Singush and the Blue Lakes are among the most popular. The shapes of landforms, and bodies of water are the work from the last Ice Age and glacial
Lake Agassiz’s melt waters from 12,000 years ago. This boreal forest consists of an extensive plant life ground cover and a mixture of trees. Signs identify the many species of native trees and the site is home to a great variety of birds, waterfowl, and animals. The highest point in Manitoba is Baldy Mountain located in the Duck Mountains, reaching 2,727 ft. Visit the two scenic outlooks Baldy Mountain which has an observation tower and picnic site or Copernicus Hill to look out over the observation deck and monument.
Campground Facilities exist at all of the park’s major lakes. Duck Mountain Forest Site, located near the junction of PR 366 and PR 367, also makes a good station from which to explore the surrounding area. In the winter, take advantage of their groomed cross country ski trails and warm-up shacks.