Located just east of Interstate 45 in Spring, you’ll find the serene Pundt Park, an almost 400 acre woodland escape. The park features two picnic pavilions and several picnic tables on a picnic loop trail, along with bike racks and restrooms. The main trail is a 16.4 out-and-back paved path perfect for walking, hiking or mountain biking (not the best for road bikes, though). In addition to the main trail there are nine other short trails that are very well marked. Most are dirt trails and several have sandy parts because of their proximity to Spring Creek.
Inside Pundt Park there are two lakes with great shore fishing year-round. Fishermen can catch and release catfish, bass and crappie in the lakes, but a wider variety of fish can be found (and kept!) in Spring Creek, which runs alongside the Park. A small boat launch can be accessed from the Park if you wish to canoe or paddleboard in the creek, but boats and swimming are not permitted in the lakes. When boating on Spring Creek, you must make a boat launch reservation here https://www.hcp4.net/Community/Parks/CanoeKayak prior to your outing.
Dogs and their owners can take advantage of the open spaces in Bibi and Mini-Me Bush dog park located within Pundt Park. With two separate areas for large and small dogs, everyone can relax and play here. There is a maximum of two dogs per person and dogs must be on a leash when entering and exiting the park.
A covered children’s playground can also be found within Pundt Park. Complete with slides, a rock climbing wall and benches for tired parents, families can enjoy playing before or after a picnic or walk around the short picnic loop.
Pundt Park has several dedicated equestrian trails along with a large parking lot big enough to turn a horse trailer around. Hitching posts along the trails allow for plenty of rest for both rider and horse. Crossing the streams and ponds on horseback are a great way to have fun and cool off on a hot day.