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Glendalough State Park, Minnesota

Leave behind all your grown-up worries and cares at Glendalough State Park, a Minnesota getaway used for recreation since the turn of the century. It was Valentine’s Summer Camp in 1903, then the Read more...

Leave behind all your grown-up worries and cares at Glendalough State Park, a Minnesota getaway used for recreation since the turn of the century. It was Valentine’s Summer Camp in 1903, then the Star Tribune owners bought it to serve as a resort and game farm for businessmen and politicians (Eisenhower, Nixon, & Mondale have all stayed in the lodge).

With canoe-in campsites, five lakes, two beaches, and tons of creeks that connect to the main Annie Battle Lake, you can really spend your whole day in a paddle boat here. Labeled a non-motorized heritage fishery, Annie provides a level of tranquility fishers only dream about. Plenty of wooden overlooks, fishing piers, and trail bridges make it easy to explore the waterways on foot at this park, which comes alive in late summer with the blush of prairie flowers. Close your eyes, feel the warm breezes, and pretend you’re back at summer camp.

Glendalough Campground
Paula
Paula: These cart in sites are pretty amazing and roomy . The chain of lakes surrounding this area are great...
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