winter activities 

For information about specific sports and recreation clubs and programs, their schedules and contact information, please visit our Sports and Recreation Organizations page ​or contact our Recreation Director at (306) 542-2044

Broda Sportsplex: The Broda Sportsplex (formerly known as the Kamsack Regional Recreation Complex) is host to many winter sports including minor hockey, adult recreation hockey, shinny and public skating.

The Curling Rink boasts some of the best curling ice in western Canada and all levels of curling can be enjoyed by all ages. Whether you are a senior, a beginner or a Super League curler, there is a team waiting for you.

For information on the Broda Sportsplex activities visit our calendar, call the Rink at 306-542-4100, or call the Recreation Department at 306-542-2044.

Broda Sportsplex 2018/19 Rates

Rates are per hour unless otherwise indicated

  • In town, minor, $80
  • In town, senior, $90
  • Out of town, minor, $110
  • Out of town, senior, $135
  • In town, curling ice, per sheet per hour $30
  • Out of town, curling ice, per sheet per hour $50
  • In town, bonspiel, includes mezzanine, per day $1,250
  • Out of town, bonspiel, includes mezzanine, per day $1,600
  • In town, mezzanine, $35
  • Out of town, mezzanine, $50

Hockey tournament rates:

  • In town, Friday evening (6 pm - 10 pm) $300
  • In town, Saturday or Sunday $550
  • In town, weekend based on 2 day rental $850
  • Out of town Friday evening (6 pm - 10 pm) $450
  • Out of town Saturday or Sunday $850
  • Out of town weekend based on 2 day rental $1,300

Snowmobiling: If you are an avid snowmobiler, you will appreciate the groomed and signed trails that lead you in and out and all about Kamsack. As well, you can follow the trail out to Duck Mountain Provincial Park where you can enjoy 70 km of more expertly groomed and signed trails that take you through very picturesque winter scenery.

Cross Country Skiing: Located in our backyard, Duck Mountain Provincial Park may very well have the best cross country skiing in the province, with skiing possible from November into April, most years.  The Park maintains more than 50 kilometres of trails, linking 6 back country shelters for your exploration and enjoyment. The Kamsack Ski Club includes Nordic and Alpine skiers, and is responsible for organizing trail maintenance, Jackrabbits youth ski program, and the annual Duck Mountain Loppet held at the end of February.  For information visit www.kamsackskiclub.ca

Downhill Skiing, Tubing and Snowboarding: The Duck Mountain Ski Area boasts the best natural snow in Saskatchewan, enjoying 3 feet annual snowfall. Located at beautiful Duck Mountain Provincial Park, this facility welcomes skiers and snow boarders of all levels. Enjoy the day exploring Saskatchewan's largest downhill ski area with over 35 acres of skiable terrain and Saskatchewan's longest run at almost 1 mile.  The day lodge features a cafeteria with licensed facilities, and a courteous staff ready to make you feel at home with their small town hospitality. Full rental services and lessons are available. Check it out at www.skitheduck.com.  C'mon SKI THE DUCK!!! 

Toboggan Hill: In town enjoy the Victoria School Hill or the Toboggan Hill at Madge Lake, located by the outdoor skating rink at Ministik Beach.