Glendalough State Park

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  • Address: 25287 Whitetail Ln, Battle Lake, MN 56515, USA, 56515, United States
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  • Timings: 09:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-2188640110
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Park, Family And Kids, Landmarks, Parks

Surrounding the Lake Blanche, Lake Emma, Annie Battle Lake, Sunset Lake, West Battle Lake and Molly Stark Lake, the Glendalough State Park is a 1931 acre park with 1000 acres of wetland system in the Otter Tail County. From water activities like fishing, canoeing, kayaking, swimming and paddle boating to hiking, bird watching and camping - Glendalough State Park has something for everyone. The Trail Center and the Glendalough Lodge caters any private picnic or gatherings while the three campsites by the Annie Battle Lake and Molly Stark Lake as well as the rustic Canoe-in campground are your camping areas. Prairie plantation like Big Bluestem and Pussy Toe and native fauna like whitetail deer, bald eagle, Canadian geese, barred owls, beavers, raccoons, foxes and snakes are abundant here.

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  • Glendalough State Park Address: 25287 Whitetail Ln, Battle Lake, MN 56515, USA, 56515, United States
  • Glendalough State Park Contact Number: +1-2188640110
  • Glendalough State Park Timing: 09:00 am - 04:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Glendalough State Park: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 95% of people who visit Battle Lake include Glendalough State Park in their plan

  • 77.78% of people start their Glendalough State Park visit around 09 AM - 10 AM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Glendalough State Park

Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Glendalough State Park

People normally club together Thumper Pond Golf Course and Red Horse Ranch Arena while planning their visit to Glendalough State Park.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Glendalough State Park Reviews & Ratings

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  • Love the hike around the lake. A good part of it is paved so easy to walk. Pretty, peaceful, quiet. Today, late season I mostly had the park to my self but for a few folks camping in their tents. Just what I was needing to refresh and soothe my soul. Spent some time just sitting by the lake too, lovely, just lovely!

  • Nice park for swimming, biking and camping. There are no sites for trailers or RVs. There is a cart in campground with 4 cabins and 20 some tent sites. It's nice to not have vehicles passing your site all day and evening but it's a bit more work setting up and tearing down. They have showers and flush toilets. That being said, the cart in camp sites were not the best camping we have experienced because it was noisy and had no air movement through it. I think the tree canopy traps sound and the lay of the land alows it to carry a long way. Also the sites are not very private. It works though if you bring ear plugs. We have also stayed in the yurts. We tried them in the fall. They are interesting, but be prepared for a long hike to get there. They are also in direct sun most of the day so it was very hot inside even with daytime temps in the low 70's.We were too hot all night so I can't imagine what summer is like. In the end, we love this park for day trips to swim, kayak and use the bike trail into Battle Lake.

  • Beautiful park with lots of fun things to do. Great location for individuals, couples, families, or even parties. Beautiful lake that is so clear and clean. There is a river that connects the lakes, and a hiking trail along the river. Great area for biking, hiking, camping, fishing, swimming, and so much more.

  • Best place. Family friendly. Nice trails, beach and crystal clean lake water. It's a perfect camping place!

  • Excellent scenery and lots of activities. Kayaks, canoes and row boats to allow a person to enjoy the lake. Great swimming beach and places to enjoy an outdoor meal.

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