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Kirk Kove Cottages, is a proud member of the Land O Lakes Tourist Association

Kirk Kove Cottages is located on the shores of Big Gull Lake in Ontario, Canada


Big Gull Lake has been a fishing destination for generations

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2007 Newsletter

Hello Friends of Kirk Kove,

Well another year has gone by, Claire and I hope all of you are staying in good health.

We hope winter is being kind to you and it passes quickly, it’s our warmest in over a century. We would like to thank-you all for making our past year successful and enjoyable. For all of you who have us customer referrals we Thank-You.

This will be our 5th year operating Kirk Kove. It has been quite a learning process for both of us, but most rewarding, good memories with great people. Thank-You All! Check out our photo galleries they speak for themselves.

To you our valued friends, we would like to show our appreciation for staying with us in the spring or summer or both by offering a 20% discount off our fall rates, minimum 2 nights stay required.

We have been working non stop since last fall. We built a new cottage with a gazebo and have been busy upgrading the other cottages. This being our 75th anniversary we are doing a lot of cosmetic work on the centre of the resort, vinyl siding the store and the Deluxe cottage.

Kirk Kove will be celebrating 75 years this year, we have met so many people this place has touched a truly outstanding history. We have added a nostalgia gallery to our website with many memorable pictures of the past. If you would like to forward pictures to us please do.

A gathering is planned for Saturday September 8, 2007 we are working on a catered meal, music, water ski show, pontoon boat tours, we are open to any other suggestions, give us a call. For those who would like to stay overnight we are offering a discounted rate.

Take Care
Jim, Claire, Leigh

Notice to All Campers

We are no longer selling camping permits. Please go to the North Frontenac Parklands website to reserve your site.

Looking for previous newsletters? Click for our 2005 and 2006 newsletters.