Where Missouri Backslides


Bennett Spring State Park is a resort park in the southwest corner of Missouri. It is located west of Lebanon and south of Buffalo along US Highway 65. The natural springs for which Bennett Spring State Park is named flow from beneath the southern bluff and wind their way down the face of the bluff to form Bennett Spring, a small stream that eventually merges with the Loutre River.

The terrain at Bennett Spring State Park is a mixture of wooded hills and open valleys which provide a panoramic view for visitors. The park has three major creek bottoms, all of which offer scenic views and abundant wildlife viewing opportunities as well as fishing, hiking trails, and picnic areas.

It also has campsites and cabins, as well as restrooms with showers and a dump station.

Open Year Round

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Bennett Spring State Park is open year-round except for Christmas Day. It offers an extensive range of amenities including:

· 108 camper hookups

· 55 full hookup sites

· 40 primitive camping sites

· 9 cabins

· 5 comfort stations (includes 2 showers)

· 3 group campsites (seats 60-120 people)

· 1 laundry facility

· amphitheatre with stage

Fully Furnished Cabins

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The cabins are fully furnished with linens, kitchen utensils, and cooking grills. Visitors may also purchase firewood, ice, and soft drinks at the General Store.

· swimming pool with bathhouse and concession stand

· playgrounds for children

· trails for hikers, bikers, and horseback riders

Popular Resort Park

Bennett Spring is a popular resort park in the southwest corner of Missouri. It offers an extensive range of amenities including:

– A 108 camper hookup sites

– 55 full hookup sites

– 40 primitive camping sites

– 9 cabins

– 5 comfort stations (includes 2 showers)

– 3 group campsites (seats 60-120 people)

– 1 laundry facility

– amphitheater with stage

The park also has:

· A swimming pool with bathhouse and concession stand

· Playgrounds for children

· Trails for bikers, hikers, and horseback riders.

Bennett Spring State Park is open year-round except for Christmas Day. It offers an extensive range of amenities including:

– A 108 camper hookup sites

– 55 full hookup sites

– 40 primitive camping sites

– 9 cabins

– 5 comfort stations (includes 2 showers)

– 3 group campsites (seats 60-120 people)

– 1 laundry facility

– amphitheater with stage. The park also has:

· A swimming pool with bathhouse and concession stand

· Playgrounds for children

· Trails for bikers, hikers, and horseback riders.

Bennett Spring State Park is a popular resort park in the southwest corner of Missouri. It is located west of Lebanon and south of Buffalo along US Highway 65.

The natural springs for which Bennett Spring State Park is named flow from beneath the southern bluff and wind their way down the face of the bluff to form Bennett Spring, a small stream that eventually merges with the Loutre River.

Final Verdict

The terrain at Bennett Spring State Park is a mixture of wooded hills and open valleys which provide a panoramic view for visitors. The park has three major creek bottoms, all of which offer scenic views and abundant wildlife viewing opportunities as well as fishing, hiking trails, and picnic areas.

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