Glacial Lakes State Park - Activities

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Located on a Lake or River

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  • 3 mi S of Starbuck on state Hwy 29, then 2 mi S on C.S.A.H. #41

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  • Phone reservations can be made by calling 866-857-2757 (TTY: 952-936-4008) between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. daily November through March, and from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily April through October.

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  • Accessible to Disabled
  • Can Accommodate Groups of 45 or more

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  1. Astronomy and Stargazing

    Call: 320-239-2860

    See stars, planets, galaxies and nebulae up close with your own eyes!

    Join the Glacial Lakes Astronomers and Stargazers Society (GLASS) at Glacial Lakes State Park once a month from April through October. You will get the chance to look through a variety of telescopes and binoculars as GLASS members answer your questions about your night sky.

    Please contact the park for specific dates. (320) 239-2860. Meet at the Horse Camp at dusk, weather permitting. No equipment is necessary, but if you have binoculars or a telescope you are highly encouraged to bring them!

    In case of inclement weather, contact the park or visit the GLASS website.

    A MN state Park vehicle permit is required to attend this event, and can be purchased at the park for $5/day or $25 for an annual permit.

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  1. Glacial Lakes State Park

    25022 Cty Rd 41
    Starbuck, MN 56381
    Call: 320-239-2860

    Glacial Lakes state park is a unique segment of soaring hills contrasted by supine valleys which were formed by the last glaciers more than 10,000 years ago. Visitors will find hiking along the ridgetops, swimming in the sparkling clear lake exhilarating and spectacular. Visitors won't want to miss this opportunity to appreciate the Minnesota prairie and oak savanna.

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