Glendalough State Park


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Glendalough State Park


Location:23 miles east of Fergus Falls, near Battle Lake.
Facilities:22 cart-in tent campsites, 5 canoe-in campsites, flush toilets (é), showers (é), group camp (tents only), 4 camper cabins, picnic area, picnic shelters (é), playground, hiking trails (8 miles), self-guided trail (2 miles), paved bike trail (1.5 miles), mountain bike trails (5.5 miles), ski trails (6 miles), skate-ski trail (1.5 miles), warming house, swimming beach, fishing pier (é), boat launch, boat and canoe/kayak rentals, ski and snowshoe rentals, historic site, interpretive exhibits.
Activities:Camping, swimming, lake fishing, boating (with restrictions), canoeing, hiking, bicycling, mountain biking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing.
Special Features:Park features 9 miles of undeveloped shoreline and six lakes, and is one of the last large tracts of undeveloped lakeshore and land in west central Minnesota. The fishing here is excellent, with typical motorized boating and fishing opportunities offered on Molly Stark Lake. Annie Battle Lake is designated as a Heritage Fishery Lake and does not allow boat motors of any kind, including electric trolling motors. Other restrictions apply as well.
Address:25287 Whitetail Ln
Battle Lake, MN 56515

Phone:218-644-0110
Fax:218-864-0587
Web: www.dnr.state.mn.us/state_parks/glendalough
Size: 1,931 acres.

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