Gull Chain of Lakes Association
Serving the needs and concerns of the Gull Lake Chain
property owners and businesses.


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About Our Lakes
Buoy System
Gull Lake Dam
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About Our Lakes


The Gull Chain of Lakes is located just northwest of Brainerd, Minnesota which is about 135 miles north of Minneapolis, Minnesota. The chain consists of 8 lakes and connecting channels covering 13,000 acres. There are over 2,500 homes on the chain that are both year round and seasonal. The Gull Lake Chain Association was formed in 1969.

The Gull Chain of Lakes Association is currently made up of over 625 families in the Gull Lake area that feel there is an advantage to banding together for the betterment of our waters, safety and property values. Those of us who have the time, provide the leg work and those of our neighbors who have only limited time in the area help out with their very important moral and financial support.

Our Special Projects fund is made up of donations to our Environmental Trust Fund, Lake Buoys Fund and a fund to be used at the boards discretion. We continue to add buoys through our "adopt-a-buoy" program to make the chain of lakes a safer place. The Gull Chain of Lakes Association is a 501 (c) (3) organization and all donations to our special projects are tax deductible.

Click here to read the 2012 Gull Lake assessment. This document also contains interesting information on the watershed for Gull Lake.

Click here to read the 2012 water quality factsheet for Gull Lake.

Detailed lake information from the Minnesota DNR:

Gull Ray (Bass)
Love Roy



Upper Gull

Lake Reports include:

Fisheries Lake Survey
Water Quality
Aquatic Plant Survey

Lake Maps include:

Water Clarity
Lake Depth
Recreation Compass




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