eco boat tours
Available Friday nights from May through November, enjoy overnight accommodations at Punderson Manor, an early morning naturalist-led tour of Lake Punderson, and a hearty breakfast!
This special event is based on double occupancy and includes:
- Overnight lodging in a standard double room
- Saturday morning naturalist-led lake tour beginning at 6 a.m. with choice of a canoe for two, or a kayak for one
- Breakfast For Two: mimosas or orange juice; fresh baked cinnamon sweet rolls; scrambled eggs; fresh seasonal fruit and berries; coffee & tea
USE PROMO CODE: ROWBOAT*
About Lake Punderson:
Punderson State Park is located in the glaciated plateau region of Ohio. During the Ice Age, this area was buried under glacial ice. The last glacier to enter Ohio’s boundaries, the Wisconsinan, receded about 12,000 years ago. Lake Punderson, one of Ohio’s few natural lakes, owes its origin to this massive ice sheet. It is a kettle lake which was formed when a large block of ice broke off the glacier creating a depression which filled with meltwater. Punderson is the largest and deepest kettle lake in Ohio.
The aquatic environment of the lake combined with the surrounding woodlands give Punderson a diverse array of natural wonders. The lake is home to a variety of shorebirds and waterfowl including great blue herons, Canada geese and wood ducks. Ohio’s largest rodent, the beaver, can also be spotted around the lake. Great horned owls, white-tailed deer, opossum and raccoons can be found within the park boundaries. In the park, vegetation is as diverse as the animal population. Wild geranium, buttercup, blue-eyed grass and pennywort are just a few of the wildflowers that inhabit the area.
*Use Promo Code ROWBOAT online to check availability, view current rates, and make your reservation today. Or, call 1-800-282-7275 to speak with a reservations agent. May not be combined with any other offer. Blackout dates and other restrictions may apply.