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Glendalough State Park

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Where to go: This is the final report for 2013: Some color remains on the bike trail north of Annie Battle Lake.

What you'll see: New bike trail - mostly yellow maples in the understory. Deer and migrating waterfowl are highly visible in the park.(The park does not have a deer hunt.)

Also of interest: Park loop of new paved bike trail is now OPEN! Cart-in sites are available without reservation. Most cabins are available on weekdays. Water in campground is now off. Year-round flush toilets and sinks are available at trail center.

Last updated: October 28, 2013 

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Getting there

25287 Whitetail Lane
Battle Lake, MN 56515


From the town of Battle Lake, go 1.5 miles north on State Hwy. #78 and 1.8 miles east on Ottertail Co. Hwy #16 to the park entrance.

Contact

Phone: 218-864-0110


Email: glendalough.statepark@state.mn.us


Best time to contact the park:

Daily, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.