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Book Your Christmas Cove 2018 Site Today

The Gull Lake Campground will be transformed into Christmas Cove for the Christmas Season. Every year people from all over Southwest Saskatchewan stop in for a tour of the Christmas Cove displays at the Campground. The displays will light up every night from December1/18 to January 1/19 from 5:00pm to 10:00pm.

Individuals, families, friends, businesses, 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. Alternatively, if you don’t have time to decorate your site supply us with your Decorations and for an extra $10, we will set your site up for you.

So far, the following businesses and organizations will be setting up displays at the Campground:

Alliance Church
Campbell’s Accommodations
Clairbank 4H Club
Condor Enterprises
Gull Lake Lyceum Theatre
Gull Lake School
Gull Lake Seniors
InCyte Environmental Services Ltd
Knox United Church
Raven Oilfield Supply
St Annes Catholic Church
Town of Gull Lake
White Cap Resources

Only 32 19 sites are available, so get yours while you can! Contact Blake Campbell at call or text 306.672-7499 or email


Book Your Christmas Cove 2018 Site Today GULL LAKE Tourism  Christmas Cove Campground

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