There are a lot of reasons to visit Bennett Springs State Park. There’s a spring that gushes 100 million gallons of water a day, superb trout fishing, a dining lodge, cabins and a campground. There are also miles of splendid hiking trails, and the Natural Tunnel trail is one of our favorites. From the trailhead, go left to join the Natural Tunnel trail. This trail is marked with blue blazes. This section of the trail runs streamside, and you’ll see sycamore, walnut, hackberry and basswood trees along the way.