Nice park, facilities seem clean, my only issues are with the electric hook up not being at least 30 amp for a travel trailer and the sanitation/dump only has one hose for black tank flush and other cleaning necessary for the two stations also bring a water hose with you if you are planning on running water for your fresh tank
We recently spend the weekend at Punderson State Park Campground to visit family. There is a ton of stuff to do at this park and it is spread out so you do not feel on top of each other. We stayed at Site 11, this site is on the road with full hook-ups only. The rest of the part is water and electric. We enjoyed hiking, biking, kayaking and sharing stories. There is a beautiful lodge across from the campground that has cabins to rent. Although we didn't play, there is a 27 hole disc golf course, a regular golf course, archery range and several hiking trails. This place will be on our list to return. The only downside was the lake had alot of algae, but this is expected in the heat of summer.
June15th site 14. RR's were clean but dated. Lake had a lot of scum. Lots of nice stuff in the area to see but we didn't want to put our kayaks in
Super loud campground. The closest area to camp to the National Park. Nice shaded tent sites but you’ll have to haul your stuff uphill & then it’s not too private. The trails seem pretty unmaintained there. Most people seemed to just hang out at their campsites & not go too far. Camp resort building & boardwalk were pretty neat to check out. There are some really pretty trails not too far from the park itself.
Beautiful scenery, very large park, fishing, boat rentals, man made beach, loooong floating boardwalk, lots of trails, unique sites and tons of history. It was very fun walking around while learning some of the very old and somewhat creepy history. The lodge/hotel is beautiful and very old. Very nice looking cabins arranged in a little community. The park is very well maintained, has a nice playground and cute camp store. A good amount of secluded and shaded sites. Really cool "hill" sites that you have to hike up or down 20-100 feet to your wooded site. Wifey says the bathrooms were below average, outdated and very buggy (most important for her).
Spent a long weekend with the family. Nice cabins and trails.
The camp is beautiful. Opportunities for disc golf, archery range, canoing/kayaking/row boats, swimming (no lifeguard) and golf. Showerheads were to low for anyone over 5'7", and only a few sites were full hookup.
A variety of sites from primitive to full hook up. Flush toilets and clean showers. The lake is small and limited to electric motors only, but nice for kayaks and SUP. And for those of you looking for a little more comfort check out the lodge for a little less rugged stay.
We Had A-blast camping here. it's pretty deserted if you're there during the week but the weekends it Is packed.
Punderson was a great weekend get away. The campground was very clean including the bathrooms and the camp sites. There is a lake with kayak and small boat rentals, kid friendly hiking trails. The only downside is that some of the campsites are very close together. So if you are looking for a secluded camping spot this may not be the best campground.