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CHRISTMAS COVE 2016 LIGHTS UP TONIGHT AT THE CAMPGROUND

Christmas Cove 2016 displays will light up tonight at the Gull Lake Campground. The festive displays will be lit every night from 5pm to 10pm until January 1, 2017. The campground currently has 11 sites decorated and is expected to have 18 sites filled this year.

Christmas Cove is made possible by the Gull Lake Tourism Committee that opens the campground each year for the event. Businesses, organizations and individuals decorate the camp sites with festive holiday displays for all to enjoy. We still have spots available for anyone wanting to set up a display. You can reserve a spot for your display by calling Sara at the Rec Office at 672-4449 or gl.recdirector@sasktel.net.

So if you are out and about or traveling through Gull Lake stop in at the campground and tour the festive Christmas displays.

CHRISTMAS COVE 2016 LIGHTS UP TONIGHT AT THE CAMPGROUND GULL LAKE SouthWest Saskatchewan Tourism  Community Christmas Cove

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