Bunganut Pond, sometimes called Bunganut Lake, has limited public access. Bunganut is 303 acres with a perimeter of 5.9 miles an average depth of 17’ and a maximum depth of 43’. The nearby town of Lyman maintains a small town park along the north shore where hand-carried boats can access the water. Two commercial campgrounds offer camping along the shore of the irregularly-shaped lake. Both offer full hook-ups, RV space, and a few seasonal campsites. One even offers a camp cabin for rent. Much of the shoreline is privately owned. The 300-acre lake meanders into several bays and coves, giving it a shoreline of nearly six miles. Many of the property owners have docks where they can tie up their own watercraft. The Bunganut Pond Association monitors water quality and assists property owners with getting full enjoyment from their lovely lakefront property.
Boating, canoeing, kayaking, water skiing, tubing and other water sports are enjoyed during warm weather.