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Campground and Museum to Remain Closed for 2020 Season

The Campground and Museum will remain closed for the 2020 season. Town Council reviewed the COVID-19 provincial restrictions for re-opening campgrounds and has decided the Campground will remain closed this season. The restrictions for opening together with the expected downturn in tourism will significantly impact the viability of operating the campground this season.

Campground and Museum to Remain Closed for 2020 Season Government GULL LAKE Health & Wellness Tourism  Town Council Mayor's Report Gull Lake Museum Campground

Currently, museums are not able to open at this time. However, should they be given a green light to open at some point this summer it would be difficult to hire staff at the last moment and implement a re-opening plan. So Council has also decided the museum will remain closed for the 2020 season.

Town Council very much appreciates your patience and understanding in these difficult times.

Mayor Campbell

Campground and Museum to Remain Closed for 2020 Season Government GULL LAKE Health & Wellness Tourism  Town Council Mayor's Report Gull Lake Museum Campground

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