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The Gull Lake Museum has three buildings with exhibits the Main Building, School House and Machine Shop. The Main Building is an old house that exhibits show what life was like in Gull Lake’s past. The School House is a replica of one of the prairie schools that students attended many years ago. The Machinery Shop has many interesting types of old-fashioned agriculture equipment exhibits to see. The shop also features an antique printing press that was once used by the Gull Lake Advance.
There will be a “Monday Tea” held every Monday frm 2 pm to 4 pm in the Main Building at the museum, and other events are being planned this summer. The hours of operation will be weekdays from 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm and weekends from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm.
The Gull Lake Tourism Committee
Campers will soon have access to free Wi-Fi in the Gull Lake Campground. Sasktel installed the Internet service to the campground last week. This week the Town Crew is assisting Dwayne Lavoie with the installation of the equipment needed to broadcast the internet signal around the campground. If all goes well the service should be up and running by sometime next week.
The Gull Lake Tourism Committee has also approved a monthly camping rate of $650.00 for electric/water sites. The campground rate has been established in response to an increased in the number of long-term site requests.
The Gull Lake Campground is a great place to stay whether you are traveling through the Cypress Hills Destination Area or working in the area. For more information or to book a site see our Campground Webpage.