Local Area Recreation Near Lebanon / Bennett Spring KOA
Fisherman will enjoy the Trout and Bass on the end of their fishing pole, just minutes up the road at the Bennett Spring State Park. Speaking of minutes up the road, the area also has a zip line park, raft and canoe rentals, float trips, movie theater and a Rt. 66 Museum. For the folks who have an addiction to flea markets and antiquing....oh boy, do we have a map of places for you to explore! We thrive on happy campers and hope you have a memorable summer with us!
Ha-Ha-Tonka State Park
Ha Ha Tonka State Park is a state-owned, public recreation area encompassing over 3,700 acres on the Niangua arm of the Lake of the Ozarks, about five miles south of Camdenton, Missouri, in the United States.
Ha-Ha-Tonka State park is also know for its beautiful and breath taking trails and Castle Ruins.
HA HA TONKA STATE PARK, 491 State Road D, Camdenton, MO 65020. Hours: Open today · Open 24 hours
Phone: (573) 346-2986
Route 66 Musem
Free (donations welcome). Lebanon opened a Route 66 museum in its town library. The highlight is a recreated indoor gas station, complete with vintage gas pumps, a rusty guard rail, and a real 1950s car parked under the service awning.
Lebanon's Farmers Market
Locally grown food and crafts for all ages. Address: N Jefferson Ave, Lebanon, MO, 65536 Phone: (417) 426-5690
Wednesdays from 2pm-6pm, Sat: 7:30-1pm
Dickerson Park Zoo
Dickerson Park Zoo is a zoological park located in Springfield, Missouri that has more than 500 animals that represent 160 different species. It is an accredited member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums since 1986. about a 1.15 hrs away Address: 1401 W Norton Rd, Springfield, MO 65803Phone: (417) 833-1570
Bennett Spring State Park
Enjoy one of the largest streams in Missouri that stocks Trout every night! For those who need a break from the biting at the end of the pole, visit the exhibits at the Nature Center. Take a break from the stream and hike the trails to explore the natural habitat of Missouri.