Things To Do In Gull Lake
People of all ages and interests can enjoy Gull Lake's wide range of recreational amenities and programmes. It's the perfect place to start planning your summer trip to Southwest Saskatchewan because it's right in the middle of everything.
Crescent Point Pool
During the summer months, Crescent Point Pool is a lively place.
The pool is packed with swimmers trying to beat the summer heat by participating in public swimming, early bird swim, lane swim, AquaFit, and various clinics when lessons are not in session.
Gull Lake's 9-Hole Disc Golf Course is located at the Green Power Ball Park, and it is a great place to spend an afternoon. There are disc sets available for loan from the Town Office if you don't already have them. Hole 1 begins in the area between the batting cage and the second diamond.
The Gull Lake and District Curling Rink features four sheets and is open from November to March. Curling leagues run throughout the winter: the men's league meets on Mondays and the women's league meets on Tuesdays. Along with league curling, the curling rink hosts numerous bonspiels throughout the winter.
Gull Lake Heritage Walking Tour
The Heritage Walking Tour, which highlights the buildings and locations that played a part in the town's history, is a great way for residents and tourists to learn more about Gull Lake's rich history.
The walking tour can be found on the Tripvia App.
Gull Lake Library
Located at downtown at 1379 Conrad Avenue you will find the Gull Lake Library.
The mission of the Chinook Regional Library is to enable its local libraries to provide equitable access to information for cultural, recreational, and educational development.
The Recreational Complex was opened in 1985 at 7275 Lake Avenue. Numerous facilities are located within the Recreation Complex, including the Gull Lake Community Hall, the Gull Lake Skating Rink, the Gull Lake Bowling Lanes, and Stevenson Athletics.
Kinette Community Corner Mini Golf
The Gull Lake Mini-Golf course is located in the northeast corner of Little Green on the Prairie Park. This mini-golf course, which is owned and operated by the Gull Lake Kinettes, is an excellent spot to enjoy the outdoors during the summer months.
Little Green on the Prairie Park
Little Green on the Prairie is a nice place to go for a walk, with plenty of green grass, beautiful trees, and a well-kept walking path. The school and both rinks are located within a half-block of Little Green, but in addition to this, it is home to a playground, a basketball court, and a picnic area.
The Kiaskus Trail is a 5-kilometer loop trail that offers breathtaking views of the open prairie and highlights the lush vegetation surrounding Gull Lake.
Kiaskus Trail's varied terrain will take you from prairie trails to pavement.
Certain sections of the trail may be difficult to navigate with a stroller. On the trail, dogs are permitted but must be on a leash. Kindly pick up after your dog.
It's located at 1375 Conrad Ave. With its digital picture, 3-D screen, and 7.1 surround sound system, the historic Lyceum Theatre offers a cinematic experience like no other!
Birthday parties and other private functions can be held in the theatre.
It is possible to watch movies or play video games on the big screen if you rent the theatre for a private event.
Please call (306) 672-4240 for more information
Meadowdale Golf Course
Meadowdale Golf Course is located on the Trans-Canada Highway, 5 kilometers east of Gull Lake. This 9-hole, sand green golf course is a great place to practice your swing with friends and family.
When the golf season is in full swing, the course hosts Men's Night on Tuesdays and Ladies Night on Wednesdays, in addition to a variety of golf tournaments throughout the year.
With exhibits in its Main Building, School House and Machine Shop - Gull Lake Museum is a three-building complex. The exhibits in the Main Building provide a glimpse into Gull Lake's history.
When you enter the School House, you'll see a replica of an old school where students once studied. Agricultural machinery exhibits can be found in the Machinery Building.
The Gull Lake Recreation Advisory Committee and Pickleball players chipped in to help improve the tennis courts. The courts were converted into two pickleball courts and one tennis court. The courts are located on the east side of the parking lot at Gull Lake School.
Xeriscape /Community Garden
The Xeriscape/Community Garden is located in the heart of downtown, on the corner of Main Street and Conrad Avenue, and is open to the public. It was part of the Communities in Bloom beautification program.
Raised garden beds, trees, plants, a rail fence, a park bench, a birdhouse, fruit trees, and the little library book exchange have been added to what was once a vacant lot.
Gull Lake is a great place to stay when planning your trip to Southwest Saskatchewan. Besides offering a number of recreation facilities and activities it is also ideally located for visitors to plan day trips.