About Battle Lake

We hope you enjoy your stay in this beautiful area we call home.

West Battle Lake – located directly across the road from the hotel is a clean, clear 5,500 acre lake that reaches a maximum depth of 108 feet.

The Town of Battle Lake maintains the large public pier located just across the road and to the south. It is a great location to catch a sunrise, watch the boats go by, or do a little fishing.

The city beach and boat access is located just ½ mile north of the hotel on Lake Shore Drive. You will find bathrooms, picnic tables, shelters, and a beautiful swimming beach at this location.

Our small town is proud to have some of the finest and friendliest restaurants and shops in Minnesota located just up the street from our hotel. Battle Lake Airport is located just northeast of town and home to one of the finest and most picturesque 3000 foot long grass runway running parallel to the lake.

Make sure to wander our main street and explore the beautiful stain glass benches and planters. These unique pieces of art were designed by an area artist and created by a cross section of area residents and visitors during a year long process. Make sure to look for the pets hiding in almost every scene. While on the main street also make sure to stop at Art of the Lakes – a volunteer run art gallery featuring a variety of unique art pieces all created by artists that make this beautiful area of Minnesota their home.

We are also proud to be home to the Prospect House and Civil War Museum located less than a half mile from the hotel. For more information on this unique treasure visit prospecthousemuseum.org

Make sure to take in nature and enjoy the beautiful scenery in Glendalough State Park, located just 3.5 miles from the hotel by car or only 3 miles via the new bike trail that links our town to the park. Enjoy a bike ride or stroll on this newly completed 11.8 mile gentle sloping bike trail that links Battle Lake with Glendalough State Park. Bike rentals are available in Battle Lake. For more information, visit morethanatrail.com

  
 
 
 
Wednesday June 28, 2017