Missouri's Bennett Spring State Park
offers you excellent trout fishing
in the beautiful Ozarks
| Bennett Spring
State Park is located 12 miles west of Lebanon, Missouri on Highway 64.
Referred to as "Bennett Springs" by many people, Bennett Spring consists of a single spring - not two or more. Bennett Spring is Missouri's third-largest spring and produces an average of 100,000,000 gallons of water each day. Bennett's spring branch is a mile and a half long, and is divided into three separate fishing zones.
Acquired by the state of Missouri in 1924, over the years Bennett Spring State Park has been expanded substantially. Today, the park's 3,099 acres encompass most of the watershed of Spring Hollow, including the 296-foot long Bennett Spring Natural Tunnel.
Whether you prefer to call it Bennett Springs, Bennett Spring, or simply "Bennett," Bennett Spring State Park has much to offer you, including a nature interpretative center, reception center, church, dining lodge, swimming pool, cabins, campground, picnic area, and five hiking trails. Best of all, of course, is its excellent trout fishing!
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