Duck Lake is part of the Creston Valley Wildlife Management Area, which offers seemingly endless dyke trails through some of the best wildlife habitat in British Columbia. To reach the south end of the trail system, take the lower Wynndel Road from Creston and follow the dyke along a narrow strip of land between Duck Lake and a meandering man-made water coarse(?) . Alternatively, to reach the north end of the dyke system simply drive 2km north of Sirdar on Highway 3A and park just as the highway begins to climb steeply uphill where you can see a railway bridge to the left). Mountain Bikers and cross country skiers also use these trails.