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Been coming to Camp Ben for over 30 years and have always enjoyed it immensely. It's not as good in a dry summer because the water drops to a trickle but it's still relaxing to wade in the water. Be sure to eat some of...More
Camp Ben McCulloch hosts the Old Settler's Music Festival every April. The camp ground is clean and the event is first rate. It is a family friendly safe environment to enjoy friends and music. There are electrical hook ups and "primitive" camping spots to fit...More
one sentence just isnt enough for how fun/entertaining camp ben mcculloch is. personaly camp ben is an extreamly fun place for me and my family and friend to hang out at. if u like camping for 10 days or less come on in and just...More
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Number of primitive camping spots? Size of the area? Does the area fill up on spring break? Is someone on premises to monitor the area? Can we get firewood there or do we need to bring it? Camp store? Bait? fishing?
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Whew! Lots of questions. Not aware of any "camping spots" other than the group shelters. Folks just throw up a tent near the creek which is running nicely. Regarding size, I would guess 30 acres but I may be way off... More
Whew! Lots of questions. Not aware of any "camping spots" other than the group shelters. Folks just throw up a tent near the creek which is running nicely. Regarding size, I would guess 30 acres but I may be way off. Yes, the place is quite busy during spring break. Firewood is not sold on the premises, nor is there a Camp store that I'm aware of although there is a convenience store about five miles away. Fishing is available though it's not known for great fising since the creek tends to dry up in the summer...not totally, but it gets low. I don't think there is 24-hour monitoring, but you can check their website which may help. Good luck.