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Fun events benefiting charities in the Brainerd Lakes Area!

Gull Lake Events (Gull Lake Promotions, Inc) was formed between Gull Lake business owners in order to collaborate on annual events to raise money for the community. To date, Gull Lake Events has given over $100k back to local charities, and we’re just getting started!

The longest event running is the Gull Lake Frozen Fore which is held the last weekend of February each year. This three-day weekend event kicks off on Friday evening with the ever popular Frozen Flop. The weekend boasts bands under the tent throughout the weekend, a ‘golf around the lake’ event and ends with the Food Fest on Sunday!

Also if pub crawls are your thing—we have a couple just for you! Our first is Oktoberfest which is held the second weekend of October each year and the Ugly Sweater Pub Crawl second weekend of December!

All monies raised go to local charities so be sure to check them out!

Gull Lake Frozen Fore
February 21-23, 2020

The Gull Lake Frozen Fore Winter Weekend takes place in the Brainerd Lakes Area each February. This three-day celebration of all things winter, brings together a weekend of activities and fun for adults. From snow golfing to dancing on a frozen lake, this winter weekend is unlike any other.

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Frozen Flop 
February 21, 2020

Friday night of the Frozen Fore Winter Weekend we fill the tent to raise money for local charities. This is the only winter-water excursion to raise money that occurs under a HEATED tent. This event has bleachers for viewing and space to filter through when your favorite swimmer is ready to emerge into the frozen lake.

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Oktoberfest Pub Crawl
October 5, 2019

Since 1810, Oktoberfest has been an excuse to celebrate. Originating in Germany, we wanted to recreate the experience for those of us who travel north instead of overseas. Join us in October for the Oktoberfest Pub Crawl. For a nominal entry fee you will get a shuttle to several locations around the lake.

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