Point Pleasant Resort & Campground, Inc.

Point Pleasant old photos

The Native American Indians chose Madison Lake as a choice spot to fish and camp. The Indians and others who camped here acclaimed this place Point Pleasant, as the "Place in the Sun," which has been in existence since 1870.

Senior citizens of today recall spending their summers staying in first-rate cottages, the excellent beach and bath house, the unique diving pier, and yes, the seventy-five foot tobaggon slide into the water! After a day of many choices, the patrons enjoyed luxury meals and dancing in the pavillion into the wee hours of the morning.


 

Since 1930 the Sheppard family have continued to maintain a facility geared to customer satisfaciton. Continuous upgrading and improvement have made this Madison Lake landmark what it is today. The most recent improvement is a newly built condo building offering 2 and 3 bedroom units.

Come join us at Point Pleasant and make
your own memories!


Facts About the Point

  • Best Walleye lake in Southern Minnesota
  • Abundant northern pike, sunfish, crappies, bass and bullhead
  • Complete bath house facilities.
  • Large sandy swimming beach and children's play area.
  • Fish cleaning house.
  • Season boatslips, boatdocking and offshore fishing.

So Much More in the Madison Lake Area

Within 10-minute walking distance:

  • DNR Sakatah State Trail
  • Gas & groceries
  • Bait & tackle
  • Hardware, Bank, Dentist, Post Office, Auto Repair & Gift shops
  • 3 restaurants
  • Real Estate
  • Catholic church
  • Berry picking, summer fruit & vegetable stands

A 15-minute drive to:

  • Golf, tennis, racquetball
  • Airport
  • Theatres
  • Shopping malls
  • Viking training camp
  • Horseback, buggy & hay rides by appointment
  • 14 other lakes within 10 miles
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