Glendalough State Park

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Rates

  • $15 - $23 Daily Camping
  • Park permits: $35 annual, $26 second vehicle, $12 handicapped, or $7 daily. Camping fees are separate.
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Located on a Lake or River

  • Aaron
  • Annie Battle

On-Site Facilities & Services

  • Located on a Lake or River

On-Site Recreation

  • Swimming Beach
  • Fishing Boats Available
  • Canoes or Kayaks Available
  • Hiking Trail
  • Bike Trail
  • Lake/River Access (Boat Ramp)
  • Cross Country Ski Trail (groomed)
  • Cross Country Ski Rental
  • Snowshoes Available

Accommodations Policies

  • Open to the general public, no membership required

Directions

  • From Battle Lake, 1.5 mi N on State Highway 78. Then 1.8 mi E on Ottertail Cty Hwy #16 to park entrance road. (There are directional signs on both highways).

Other Date Information

  • 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.

Green Practices

  • Waste Reduction/Reuse/Recycling
  • Energy Efficiency/Conservation
  • Eco-Friendly Landscape/Facility Design
  • Eco-Friendly Purchasing Practices

Length of Stay

  • Daily site rental

Campground Features

  • Pets allowed in campsite
  • Open in fall
  • Open in winter
  • Camping Accessible to disabled
  • Flush toilets in campground
  • Group camp facilities
  • Hot showers in campground
  • Secluded campsites

Number/Type of Campsites

  • Number of tent-only sites: 25
  • Number of tent-only sites available in winter: 22
  • Number of RV/Trailers Only: 1
  • Number of RV/Trailer only sites available in winter: 1
  • Number of camping cabins: 4
  • Number of camping cabins available in winter: 2
  • TOTAL number of campsites: 26
  • TOTAL number of campsites available in winter: 23

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  1. Glendalough State Park - Activities

    25287 Whitetail Ln
    Battle Lake, MN 56515
    Call: (218) 864-0110
    Toll Free: (866) 857-2757

    Nestled in the transition zone between prairie and hardwood forest, Glendalough offers a true respite from civilization. Crystal clear Annie Battle Lake is a 335-acre, non-motorized "Heritage Fishery" that provides a tranquil fishing experience second to none. Special regulations sustain a steady supply of large sunfish, crappie, and the occasional walleye for the frying pan, and large bass for the camera. Near the pristine shores of this lake are a cart-in campground and canoe-in campsites, all free from the traffic and noise of traditional drive-in camping.

    Annie can also be the starting point for an exploration of the park by canoe or kayak on the connecting creeks. The restored historic Glendalough lodge on the north side of the lake details the park's history as a private retreat and game farm for the Minneapolis Tribune.

    A paved bike trail loop and numerous hiking trails, including two interpretive trails, meander along five lakes, through rich woods and blooming prairies. Wildlife abounds year-round, and there are many observation decks along the trails. Trails are groomed in winter for skiing and snowshoeing. Picnicking and swimming is available on two sandy lakes.
    Free from the traffic of drive-in camping, the cart-in campground offers 22 tent sites and 4 camping cabins. 3 canoe-in sites and 2 group camps are also available. All sites are near a scenic "heritage fishing" lake. The restroom/shower building is open 5/7-10/9. Picnic area has a shelter, swimming beach, and fishing pier. 9 miles of hiking trails, including 2 nature trails roam the park. Trail center and historic lodge are open year-round. Park rents boats, canoes, kayaks, skis, and snowshoes.

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