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Book Your Site now for Christmas Cove 2016

It’s time to channel your inner Clark Griswold and turn the Gull Lake Campground into Christmas Cove this holiday season!

Individuals, families, friends, companies, teams and service groups are invited (and challenged!) to create a festive holiday display in the Gull Lake Campground.

Sites are $20 each, with a limit of 2 sites per entry. Each individual or team is responsible for planning, funding and setting up their displays. Sites can be decorated this year starting November 12th.

The Gull Lake Tourism Committee would like to make 2016 the best and biggest Christmas display ever. So if you have any outdoor lights or decorations, you would like to donate to the campground we will put them up. All donated lights, and decorations can be dropped off at the Town Office.

Christmas Cove will be lit up for the first time on December 1, and will illuminate the nights until New Years Day.

Even if you choose not to enter a site, take 10 minutes to drive through the Cove during December and enjoy the displays.

You may claim your Christmas Cove site beginning November 1. Only 33 sites are available, so get yours while you can! Contact Sara at the Rec Office at 672-4449 or gl.recdirector@sasktel.net.

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