Gull Lake

Gull Lake

For weary travellers Gull Lake is a haven located just off the Trans Canada. With a treed and grassy campground and other amenities including a swimming pool, mini-golf, tennis courts, and playgrounds, along with a newly upgrade digital movie theater, it’s the perfect stop along your journey.

Town of Gull Lake CampgroundGull Lake Campground

Open Seasonally, reservations accepted. May 15 to September 30

Located at:  Corner of 6th Street & Howard Avenue
(306) 672-3447 or (306) 672-6422

Well treed setting. Modern washroom and shower facilities. Close to downtown services. Picnic tables and firewood available, telephone access and free WIFI access. 

Campsites:

  • 26 Electric (30 amp & 15 amp)
  • 26 Non-electric and Tenting sites

Daily Rates:

  • $25 – 30 amp Electric
  • $20 – 15 amp Electric
  • $10 Tenting

Gull Lake’s website: http://gulllakesk.ca/

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Nearby Facilties:

Swimming Pool

The Gull Lake Swimming Pool is located at 1173 Conrad Ave.  The facility maintains two pools, a paddling pool and the main pool, which are open from the beginning of June to the end of August.  The main pool is a rectangular-shaped pool, measuring 25 metres by 11.7 metres, with the depth ranging from 1 metre to 3.7 metres. There is a 1-metre and a 3-metre diving board in the deep end of the pool.  The Gull Lake Swimming Pool is a hub of activity over the summer. Starting in June, the Gull Lake School uses the pool for its Physical Education Program. GLSP runs the Lifesaving Society’s SWIM program for lessons, which start in early July.  When lessons are not on, the pool is full of swimmers trying to beat the summer heat through public swimming, early bird swim, lane swim, AquaFit, and various clinics.  For further information about bookings, program availability and times please contact Gull Lake Swimming Pool at (306) 672-4213 or the Recreation office at (306) 672-4449.

Mini-Golf

Located at the Northeast corner of Little Green on the Prairie is the Gull Lake Mini-Golf.  Owned and operated by the Gull Lake Kinettes club, this mini-golf course is a great place to enjoy the outdoors during the summer months. For more information, please contact the Recreation office at (306) 672-4449.

Little Green on the Prairie Park

With an abundance of green grass, beautiful trees and a walking path, Little Green on the Prairie is an excellent place to spend some time outdoors. Little Green is located half a block from the school and both rinks, and is home to a picnic area, a playground and an outdoor basketball court, which is transformed into an outdoor skating rink during the winter.

Lyceum Theatre

Located at 1375 Conrad Ave, the historic Lyceum Theatre features a digital picture, 3-D movie screen, and is one of 2 theatres in the southwest to boast a 7.1 surround sound system.  Recently renovated with new auditorium curtains and seating the Lyceum shows one movie per night (excluding Wednesdays) at 8:00pm. Monthly show listings can be found on the Lyceum Theatre website are here.

Meadowdale Golf Course

Meadowdale Golf Course is located 5 km east of Gull Lake on the Trans-Canada.  This 9- hole, sand green golf course is a great place to go to swing the clubs. The course hosts Men’s night on Tuesdays and Ladies night on Wednesdays during the golfing season, as well as many different golf tournaments each year.  For more information, contact the Recreation office at (306) 672-4449.

Nearby Attractions – Antelope Lake Regional Park

Found about 25 kilometers north of Gull Lake just off the #37 highway.  Antelope lake features and impressive campground with a store onsite.  There is a 9 hole, sand green, golf course as well as a brand new playground.  A hall is available at Antelope Lake for rentals as well.  The boat launch is located at the East end of the park and gives access to the lake.  There is a stocked trout pond in the park as well where anglers can fish for a minimal cost.  Visit Saskatchewan Regional Parksfor more information or call (306) 672-3393.