It is partially located in Oakland Township which has a population of 295 according to a 2010 census. Indians make up 34% of Oakland Townships population but 46% when including mixed bloods. Nearly all housing units of Gull Lake or Gar-yask Ga-miiz, are located in neighboring township of Little Elbow which has a population of 161 according to a 2010 census. Indians make up 71% of Little Elbow Townships population but 77% when including mixed bloods. A small lake known as Gull Lake, is almost entirely located in Oakland Township with a very small area being in Little Elbow Township. Community of Snider Lake is slightly north. Tulaby Lake is to it's east. There are around 16 housing units located in Gull Lake. They are located between Egg Lakes north and northeast and where County Road 4 and MN-113 merge. All are located east and north of Egg Lake and east of Gull Lake. Around 2 housing units are mobile homes. Housing units are located on each side of County Road 4. This rural settlement covers a large area. A very lush forest is found there. Population is probably between 35 and 50. WER leaders must organize this community and name it and also construct new housing units there, especially just east of Lake Gull's northeastern shores. Below are several google earth photos of Gull Lake, Minnesota and links to other White Earth Reservation communities.