Boating at Prince Gallitzin State Park
Up to 20 hp motors permitted
The 1,635-acre Glendale Lake has nine public boat launching areas conveniently located throughout the park, along with three public mooring facilities.
Marina slips are available at Beaver Valley and at Prince Gallitzin marinas for boats up to 28 feet.
Safe Boating Practices
- Swimming and diving from watercrafts are not permitted.
- Towing people or boats is prohibited.
- Operation of a watercraft is not permitted within 100 feet of swimming areas or within areas marked by buoys.
- Be aware of possible hazardous weather while boating and practice boating safety. Wear a PFD.
- Wash your boat before and after using Glendale Lake to prevent the spread of invasive species.
- Report strange or unusual behavior in the vicinity of the marinas or mooring areas to park rangers or marina hosts.
Rentable Boat Mooring, Slip, Rack, and Trailer Storage Spaces
To rent a dock slip, shoreline mooring space, boat rack, or dry storage parking space, contact the Prince Gallitzin State Park office at 814-674-1000. Shoreline mooring spaces, boat racks, and dry storage parking spaces are available April 1 through October 31. Marina slips are available May 1 through October 31. All boating areas have public parking and a public boat launch, unless otherwise noted.
For more information about boat rental spaces, hazardous weather procedures, and using boating services in the park, view the Prince Gallitzin State Park Marina and Mooring Manual (PDF).
Prince Gallitzin and Beaver Valley Marinas
Dock slips accommodate pontoon boats, sailboats, and motorboats. ADA accessible spaces available. Both marinas offer modern restrooms, shoreline fishing, and an overnight marina host.
On the south side of Glendale Lake, Prince Gallitzin Marina also has a fishing pier, boat concession, electric-vehicle charging station, and parking area for vehicles with boat trailers.
Prince Gallitzin Marina Map (PDF)
On the north side of the lake, Beaver Valley Marina also rents shoreline motorboat mooring and boat racks for kayaks and canoes.
Beaver Valley Marina Map (PDF)
Killbuck Boat Launch
Located at the end of Long Road, Killbuck Boat Launch offers non-flush restrooms and boat rental spaces:
- Shoreline mooring spaces for sailboats, motorboats, canoes, and kayaks
- Boat racks for canoes and kayaks
- Dry storage parking spaces
Killbuck Boat Launch Map (PDF)
Turtle Cove Boat Launch
Turtle Cove Boat Launch, between Beaver Valley Marina and Pickerel Pond Day Use Area, has shoreline mooring spaces for motorboats, canoes, kayaks, and paddleboats. Boat racks are available for canoes and kayaks.
Turtle Cove Boat Rack (PDF)
Wyerough Pontoon Mooring Area
By the Wyerough Finger of the lake, Wyerough Pontoon Mooring Area offers non-flush restrooms and shoreline pontoon boat mooring spaces.
Wyerough Pontoon Mooring Area Map (PDF)
Beaverdam Boat Launch
Near the dam, Beaverdam Boat Launch has non-flush restrooms and boat racks for canoes and kayaks.
Beaverdam Boat Rack (PDF)
Range Road Boat Launch
On the south side of the lake, Range Road Boat Launch offers boat racks for canoes and kayaks.
Range Road Boat Rack (PDF)
McKees Run Boat Launch
McKees Run Boat Launch, between the dam and Beaver Valley Marina, does not have any boat spaces available for rent. It only has a public boat launch with parking.
Crooked Run Campground Boat Launch
Located off Hemlock Camping Loop, Crooked Run Campground Boat Launch opens when the campground open in mid-April and closes in late October when the campground closes. This launch area may be used by those camping in Crooked Run Campground. No rental spaces are available at this location, but campers are able to moor boats along the shore for the length of their camping stay. Parking is limited near the boat launch.
From Memorial Day to Labor Day, there is a boat rental concession for campers.
Crooked Run Campground Map (PDF)
Boat Rentals and Concessions
Two watercraft concessions provide various services.
Prince Gallitzin Marina Concession
The marina concession is open daily Memorial Day through Labor Day, 7:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. It is open only weekends in late-May, September, and October, weather permitting.
Provides various services, including:
- Watercraft rentals
- Emergency towing
- Sale of fuel
- Concession store with clothing, packaged food, drinks, boating supplies, fishing bait, and souvenirs
- Modern restrooms
The marina concession is located at 197 Gibbons Road, Patton, PA 16668.
For concession information, call the Prince Gallitzin Marina Concession at 814-674-2499.
Crooked Run Campground Boat Rental
The campground boat rental is open daily Memorial Day to Labor Day, 10:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. Watercraft rentals are limited to those camping and their guests.
The boat rental is located off the Hemlock Camping Loop at 233 Campground Road, Patton, PA 16668.
For more information, call the boat rental at 814-674-8021.
Motorboats must display a current boat registration.
Non-powered boats must display one of the following:
Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission regulations and rules apply.
Most of Glendale Lake is open for iceboating. A launching permit is required for iceboats.
Lake Water Level
Visit the U.S. Geological Survey for the water level of Glendale Lake.