Glendalough State Park, our conservation icon, covers more than 2,000 acres amid a wealth of geological features, expansive wetlands, several lakes, grasslands, and abundant wildlife. Annie Battle Lake within the park is an environmental lake with an impressive fishery, where motorized boats and electronics are not permitted.
Right off the trail, you have access to hiking, paddleboarding, fishing, birding, swimming and archeological treasures.
A unique attribute is Glendalough’s proximity to the city of Battle Lake. Unlike other popular state parks, Glendalough resides one mile from the city limits of Battle Lake and minutes from the city’s numerous retail, recreational, service, and culinary options for park visitors. It’s simply a bike ride away.