This is another great Florida State Park. Spots 1 thru 14 are close together but on the Sebastian Inlet with only the boat launch road between you and the water. If you like fishing, walks on the beach, great sunsets, and the show at night with the stars can't be beat. Would have scored better but the no-see-ums, little bugs that bite. Bring your Off.
This is a very nice Ohio State Park that we have stayed at before. The staff was great as always. They had a ice cream social and very nice nature programs for all, including a night nature walk. We will be back before years end. This park would get a 10 if it had 50 amp service and the rest rooms had a face lift, though the bath houses were very clean.
Very nice and clean, it was a warm weekend 80+ which is hot for Ohio in April. Not all of the parks sites were open when we checked in but as the campers kept on coming it seemed that the staff opened another section. Staff was very patient with the large early season crowd and the pesky computer gremlin that held up the reservation process.
We stayed right on the river, it was very peaceful. This park has many seasonal campers and most must be big Ohio State fans, lots of OSU flags flying. They set up a TV in the pavilion and had a big bon-fire during the game. The sites were on the small size. Toilets were pit latrines. Each lot is serviced by back to back electric and water hydrants. Close to Amish towns and farms.
We enjoyed this State Park, friendly and helpful staff and volunteers. The view of the lake is fantastic and some sites have you on waters edge. Very quiet at night and with the horsepower limit on the lake no loud boats during the day. Only drawback is the power, need a upgrade. No 50 amp service.
This State Park was peaceful and quite. Some sites were wet although we arrived after a big rain. The beach was about a half mile away and very nice and clean. The marina had a free concert the weekend were there and it was great. They were installing a new dump station and the camp office and shower house looked new, but the only drawback on this park was the pit latrines, but that why they call it camping. We camped at site 212 right on the lake.
Geneva State Park is one of the best state parks we have stayed at in Ohio. It is one quarter mile to a beach on Lake Erie, one half mile to the Geneva State Park Marina, and a 20 minute bicycle ride to Geneva on the Lake, with wineries and restaurants. The park was almost full when we arrived but very quiet. Looks like the bathrooms were just updated, and all park roads were newly paved. They had 2 inches of rain the day before we arrived, and we only saw one spot that was unusable. Great park.
We have been coming to Cedar Point for many years, but this is the first year in a RV. If your site is too close to the park the noise from the coasters is quite loud. But if you love roller coasters this is the place for you. No open fires are allowed at your site. They have swimming pools and access to the beach, and we saw some guys fishing off the pier. We will be back next year.
We enjoyed our stay at Punderson State Park. Many sites are for tents only, and there are only five full hook-up sites. Park has only 20 amp service, so you had be careful not to have the a/c and coffee maker on at the same time. The restrooms and showers were clean but like the electric service it is in need of updating. The big plus was the staff and the parks nature programs. Both top rated. They have nature programs every weekend.
We enjoyed this State Park. It has something for everyone. Fishing, hiking, boating, and a playground for the kids. Some sites are better suited for tents than an RV or trailer. Employees were helpful and courteous. We plan on returning.
We thought this was a bit pricey. Was told that was due to bike week. The staff was friendly and helpful, but you had to be directed to your site. Park was clean and quiet, and the seasonals were very friendly.