The Gull Lake Tourism Committee is hard at work planning the tourist season for 2023. The Tourism Committee is in charge of promoting, expanding, and improving tourism in the Gull Lake area. Also, it runs the local campground and museum.
The Tourism Committee has approved a variety of campground updates and improvements for the 2023 season. The committee just joined the Let's Camp internet platform, which allows people to book reservations online. The Lets Camp App, which was released a few weeks ago, has already received 25 bookings for the 2023 season. The washrooms will be given a new look with the application of an epoxy coating to the floors and walls, as well as new sinks, toilets, and countertops. Thanks to committee member Norm White, the Campsite will have some new site markers. This will also be the first year that guests can use the new communal fire pit assembled by Dennis Kirk last season . In addition, the committee will consider increasing the Wi-Fi speed to help provide guests with a good WI-FI experience.
To help promote our community to visitors the committee is planning to set up a Visitor Centre in the Museum. The goal of the Visitor Centre will be to inform visitors about our community's and surrounding area's attractions and to promote our local businesses. The committee has consulted with Tourism Saskatchewan for assistance with ideas and assistance in launching the centre this season. Watch for more information on initiative as summer approaches.
The Sign Corridor, which runs alongside the Trans Canada Highway's westbound lane at Gull Lake, is being updated! To make the corridor more coherent and visible to visitors, the Gull Lake Tourism Committee has increased the sign size limit from 4ft X 8ft to 8ft X 8ft. Thus, if you're seeking an affordable way to advertise your business, look no further. Consider putting up a sign along the Gull Lake Sign Corridor. Your sign will be seen by thousands of people each week, with 5,200 vehicles passing by each day. The Gull Lake Tourist Committee receives all revenue generated by the sign corridor.
The tourism industry in Southwest Saskatchewan is much larger than you might think. Focusing on attracting more tourists to Town will help the local economy and maybe even present us with other potential opportunities.
Gull Lake Tourism Committee