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Campground Getting Ready for the 2018 Season

The Gull Lake Tourism Committee is gearing up for the 2018 camping season. Last year, the committee installed wifi at the Gull Lake Campground, and more upgrades are planned for this season. For kids, new playground equipment will replace the aging swing set. Security cameras will be installed to monitor the entrances, sheds, and main building. A shed was vandalized last year, and the cameras will act as a deterrent to vandalism.

The Tourism Committee would also like to remind anyone with a Christmas Cove display in the campground to remove it before April 15, 2018. The Campground will be opening sometime before the May long weekend once it is warm enough to turn the water on.

The committee is also looking for a campground attendant for the 2018 season. Duties for the attendant will include monitoring campground, collecting fees, cleaning/ maintenance/repair of campground, facilities & equipment as needed.

Salary is 40% of campsites fees & typically averages $15,000 to $25,000 per season (May long weekend to September 30)

For more information contact Feona Sorenson (306)671-7410

Send applications by April 15, 2018, to :

Gull Lake Tourism Committee
Box 305
Gull Lake, Sk
S0N 1A0
Start date to be negotiated.
Current Criminal Record Check will be required.

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