Prince Gallitzin
State Park

Prince Gallitzin State Park is a 6,249-acre (2,529 ha) Pennsylvania state park with acreage in both Chest and White Townships in Cambria County of North Central Pennsylvania in the United States, near both Gallitzin Borough, & Gallitzin Township in the greater Altoona, Pennsylvania area. The park is home to Glendale Lake a 1,635 acres (662 ha) man-made lake. It has a large campground with campsites on the lake shore. Prince Gallitzin State Park was named in honor of Prince Demetrius Gallitzin, a Russian nobleman turned Roman Catholic missionary priest who founded the nearby town of Loretto. The park is just off Pennsylvania Routes 553 and 53 just east of Patton.
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