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Glacial Lakes State Park

Glacial Lakes State Park
25022 County Road 41
320-239-2860

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 Signalness 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 Signalness Lake.

Park Highlights
Camping
Fishing

Camping

Drive-in Sites 37 sites

Pull-Through Sites One pull through site (#39) in campground.

Electric Sites 14 sites

RV Length Limit 45 Feet
Length is measured from front of tow vehicle to rear of vehicle being towed.

Backpack Sites 4 sites

Horse Camp 8 sites
45 Maximum Capacity

Group Camp 1 Site - Accommodates up to 50 people
The Southeast Campsite is located near Singalness Lake. Tents, small trailers, and campers are permitted. Small, open picnic shelter with fireplace is located in camp area. Shower facilities are not included with the group camp rental. If you wish to purchase a shower ticket please contact the park office for details.

Trails

Summer

Self Guided 0.5 Miles
Hiking 16 Miles
Paved Bike 5 Miles
From the park entrance to the city of Starbuck.

Horse 11 miles

Winter

Cross Country Skiing 6 Miles
Park maintains 6 miles of ungroomed cross-country ski trails.

Snowmobile 11 Miles in the park
Approximately 20 additional miles of snowmobile trails are available within 10 miles of the park.

Snowshoe Anywhere in Park

Recreation Facilities

Summer

Picnic Area In the park.
Wheelchair accessible.

Picnic Shelter Open Shelter
Wheelchair accessible.

Water

Water Source Lake in the park.
Fishing Fishing at the lake in the park.
Fishing Pier
Swimming Beach Within the park
Boat Access Drive-in boat access.
Boating Restrictions Electric motors only.



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