hiking (near Comanche Peak Wilderness and Rocky Mountain National Park), fishing, mountain biking, scenic driving, 4-wheel driving, wildlife watching (moose and black bear common to area)
vault toilets, fire grates and covered picnic tables (Drinking water is not available.)
No, all campsites are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
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Reviews of Tom Bennett Campground
Reviewed by HannaD715 on August 10, 2010
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My family and I stayed at this campground just very recently and it was fairly nice. It definetly could have been better because the pine bark beetle had been there and you could tell for sure. It was a nice campground but would have been sooo much nicer if the trees were still there. However, it was maintained well and the river/creek running right behind most of the campsites was very nice. The only other downside that I can think of is that the campsites were relatively close together. But certainly not close enough together to turn people away entirely and again I am sure if the trees hadn't been destroyed then it wouldn't be as bad. Overall great campsite, would be pretty much perfect without pine bark beetle!
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