How to find the current water level of Gull Lake. A step by step guide…

How to find the water level of Gull Lake…

Parks Canada monitors and posts the water levels of the Trent-Severn Waterway Watershed, of which we are a part of. The levels are updated on a regular basis, so there is no static link. Follow these simple steps.

To navigate to the Parks Canada web page, click the button below:

Scroll down until you see the image below. This is a screenshot, not an active web page. On the active web page click on Gull River.

Scroll down until you see the above image and click on the Gull River.

Scroll down until you see the above image and click on the Gull River.

 

The next image you should see is the map of the Gull River watershed. The tab for Gull Lake is at the south end of the lake and sits almost behind the Moore Lake tab. You can click on the PLUS sign to enlarge the map a bit to get better access to the Gull Lake tab. When you hover over the tabs, the information for that tab pops up. Click on the tab so that the information stays up, and then click on Level Gauge.

The next image you should see is the map of the Gull River. The tab for Gull Lake is at the south end of the lake and sits almost behind the Moore Lake tab. You can click on the PLUS sign to enlarge the map a bit to get better access to the Gull Lake tab. When you hover over the tabs, the information pops up. Click on the tab so that the information stays up, and then click on Level Gauge.
 

Your final image should look like the one below, but with the current date and current water level.

Your final image should look like this, but with the current date.