The Gull Lake Recreation Area is situated on the Gull River at the outlet of Gull Lake. The recreation area, located 10 miles northwest of Brainerd, Minn., offers many fun-filled activities. The campground is located in a wooded setting to further the camping experience. For adventure-seekers, the hiking trail winds through and undeveloped forest area composed of a variety of trees. The trails expose the campers to the beautiful scenery that it has to offer. The recreation area offers boating, swimming, picnicking, fishing and playground areas. There is a boat ramp which gives access to Gull Lake. Fishing is available in several locations around the recreation area. There are picnic areas and beach for cooling off from the heat. USACE photo by Patrick Moes
Rick Magee, operations, dons a Lewis and Clark era military uniform during the Gull Lake Recreation Area Centennial Celebration Aug. 4, near Brainerd, Minn. Magee spoke during the ceremony about the life of settlers before the dam was constructed.

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St. Paul District
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