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Gull Lake’s New Walking Path


The Rec Advisory Committee has mapped out Gull Lake’s walking path! This 5km loop takes you through parts of town I bet you’ve never been before. Some of the path is on the street, some is on gravel, and some is on the grass. This path is not paved and parts of it are quite trail-like, so be mindful when traveling on it.

The path is marked with blue flags, except on First Street and Roger Aldag Ave where blue spray-painted dots on the street guide you. If you feel there are areas of the path that need more blue flags, please let me know.

At one point it looks like the path is taking you into the Temoshawsky yard—it kind of is! The path runs along their yard, so follow the blue flags through the trees by their house.

Thank you to the RAC for creating this route and to the Town of Gull Lake maintenance crew for clearing obstructed areas and mowing the path.

Recreation Director

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