Glendale Fish and Wildlife Area



Location: From US 50 (the loneliest road in America) in Washington, take SR 257 south to CR 600S, then east through the town of Glendale and one mile further.

Description: Not Visited. 8,061 acres; lots of small ponds and 1 thousand acre lake, wetlands, abandoned fields and some upland forest. Bird watching good, bald eagles and ospreys have been seen here. Some old lanes and roads to hike; the east fork of the White River passes through here.

Nearby Points of Interest: Thousand Acre Woods

Cautions: Hunting in fall and winter, dog trials in spring; ticks thick. Close to Pike County.

Facilities: Actually has campsites, over a hundred of them (none primitive). Launch sites on the river and lake.



National Forest