Bennett Spring State Park
In the mid-19th century, settlers found Bennett Spring to be an ideal spot for grist and flour mills. Today, most people come to the 3,216 acre Bennett Spring State Park to wrestle with the rainbow trout, or just to marvel at the 100-million gallons of clear, cool water that gush from the spring each day.
The Spring Valley - once a popular camping ground for farmers waiting for their grain to be ground at the mill - still attracts visitors interested in camping, hiking and canoeing.
Camping & Lodging
Bennett Spring State Park Hiking
- 12 Miles 20 Kilometers of Trail
- 0 Recommended Routes
- 2 Easy Trails
- 3 Intermediate Trails
- 0 Difficult Trails
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