Glacial Lakes State Park
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Stand on top of the scenic glacial hills and experience the vast, open prairie which once dominated Minnesota. Wildflowers and prairie grasses blanket the landscape from spring through fall.
Swim, fish or boat (electric motors only) in the fresh, clear waters of 56-acre Singalness Lake. Canoe rental is available. A shady, spacious campground is available; horseback riders and backpack campers can camp at the trail center and at remote sites. A picnic area deck overlooks Singalness Lake.
Tell me more about this park's wildlife, history, geology and landscape.
CAMPGROUND CLOSURE DUE TO ROAD WORK CLOSED May 27-June 27, 2013
The Lower Campground, Oakridge Campground, Coneflower Cabin, Friends Cabin, and the Oak backpack site are all closed due to campground road construction. DURRING ROAD CONSTRUCTION THE SHOWER BUILDING WILL BE CLOSED.
FOR ALTERNITIVE CAMPING OPTIONS DURING THE CONSTRUCTION CONTACT THE PARK DIRECTLY.
Learn more about the park:
Read an article about Glacial Lakes: Lake Country on Two Wheels
Purchase a Minnesota State Parks Gift Card.
Firewood Restrictions Information:
Your footprint on the park:
Please practice the "Leave No Trace" philosophy. Thank you!
Park is Open Year-round:
Glacial Lakes State Park has year-round opportunities! Camping is also available year-round.
Bird Checklist at Glacial Lakes State Park.
Best time to contact the park:
For information, call the park at 320-239-2860. Please leave a message if no one is available and someone will return your call.
25022 County Road 41
Starbuck, MN 56381
From the town of Starbuck, go 3 miles south on Highway 29, then 2 miles south on County Road 41.