RV Camping

Punderson State Park

Punderson State Park

The RV camping facility of Punderson State Park is located in Newbury, Ohio.  This state park covers around 741-acre of land including 150-acre natural lake, golf course, RV campground, resort manor house, and golf course. This RV camping facility is in Geauga County 40 miles east of Cleveland. It is on State Route 87. There are several notable locations close to this RV camping facility. Some of these include The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum, Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Geneva State Park, Geauga Lake Amusement Park, Nelson Ledges State Park, and Holden Arboretum. Opportunities to exciting nightlife and four-star restaurants within an hour’s drive away.

Punderson State Park is home to 177 electric RV camping sites, 12 non-electric campsites, and 5 full service RV camping sites. It also has a lodge with 31 guest rooms and 26 cottages that sleep six persons each. The full-hookup RV camping sites come with 30/ 50 AMP electric, water and sewer. It also has a dump station and restrooms with flush toilets and showers. Punderson State Park also features an 18-hole public golf course that can challenge even the expert golfer. Pets are allowed only in the designated areas. Other amenities offered by this RV camping facility include:

  • Full-Hookup Sites
  • Cottages
  • Lodge with Outdoor & Indoor Swimming Pools and Meeting Room
  • Nature Center
  • Tent Camping Sites
  • Dump Station
  • Water
  • Sewerage
  • 30/ 50 AMP Electric
  • Restrooms with Flush Toilet & Showers
  • Boating
  • Pets Allowed
  • Shaded Trees
  • Fishing
  • Hiking Trails
  • Swimming
  • Picnicking
  • Chalet
  • Disc Golf
  • Winter Recreation

The RV camping facility of Punderson State Park offers daily rates. Group rates are also available in this RV campground. They allow maximum 6 persons per campsite and during weekends, minimum 2-night stay is usually required. For more information on Punderson State Park RV camping facility, visit our Camping Directory.



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One Comment

  1. Robert Hylkema

    I would like to know how much it would cost to rent out the cabins that can hold up to six people? and are people able to make bom fires at those camp sites. I use to go there with my parents, and it was allot of fun. I would like to know if things have changed since the 1980s?

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