Beaver Valley Area Within Beaver City:(green font = Web Site Links)
Beaver Camperland: Just off I-15 South Interchange Exit, This is a full service RV Park and campground. The park has 88 pull-thru sites, a laundry room, restrooms, showers, tent sites, swimming pool, and many more amenities and features. Address:
1603 S. Campground Road
Beaver, UT 84713
Toll Free: 877-438-2808
Beaver Canyon Campground: Two miles east of Beaver City main street on U-153 going toward Beaver Canyon. This is a full service RV park and campground. There are 105 total sites and 58 RV hookups. Amemities include: playground, restaurant, laundry, tents, pull-through sites, flush toilets and more. (Pictured above in the banner) Address:
1200 East 200 North - U-153
Beaver, UT 84713
Beaver KOA: Take I-15 North Exit, and then Manderfield Road. Accommodations include: RV sites, Tent Sites, and Cabins. Services include: modem dataport, swimming pool, LP gas, firewood and more. Address:
Beaver KOA, Manderfield Road
Beaver, UT 84713
Toll Free: 800-562-2912
DeLano RV Park: This is a smaller park, having 10 available RV sites, full hook-ups, flush toilets, dumping facilities, and a laundry. Address:
480 North Main St.
Beaver, UT 84713
Lions Club RV Park: Approximately 6 sites are available, and the park is meant for over night or short-term stays. Electricity is available, and there is a sewer dump. However, the park has no hookups or onsight service. A donation is requested when staying. Look for Donantion Box. Address:
500 North 300 West
Next to City Park - No Phone
Minersville Lake Park, Beaver County Camp- ground: Five miles east of Minersville on U-21. Best known as Minersville Reservoir, this popular boating/fishing attraction is great. Services include: boat docks, a launching ramp, drinking water, electric hookups, restrooms with showers, and sewage dumps. The park has 29 RV trailer sites, 18 tent sites, groups camping, and picnic areas. Self Pay at Entry Station
Anderson Meadow Campground: Located 10 miles east of Beaver on Scenic Byway U-153, then 8 miles on gravel road #137. The campground overlooks Anderson Meadow Reservoir. Elevation: 9,400 ft. Facilities include drinking water, vault toilets, tables and grills. Good fishing and spectacular scenery. Number of Camping Units - 10
Trailers and Tent Sites Fee charged
Big John's Flat: Take U-153 up Beaver Canyon for 17 miles. Then turn on forest road #123 and drive 3 miles. Many camping areas are available, but without improved facilities. Elevation: 10,200 ft. For those with 4-wheel drive vehicles, a primitive road affords spectacular views at the head of Bullion Canyon.
Indian Creek: Take the old highway #91 north for 7 miles through Manderfield. Then look for the Indian Creek road sign, (gravel road). It is approximately a 10 mile drive on the unimproved road. This camping and fishing area is less familiar to non-county residents. However, some outstanding scenery awaits visitors when driving up the narrow canyon and around Manderfield Reservoir, which lies at the foot of Mt. Baldy. No facilities - camping designated as "dispersed"
Kents Lake: Situated 10 miles east of Beaver on Scenic Byway U-153, then 5 miles on gravel forest road. Elevation: 8,800 ft. The major attraction is fishing in the 50 acre lake suitable for small boats. Facilities include parking spurs, tables, grills, fire rings, drinking water, vault toilets and an unimporved boat launch. RV Sites, Tent Sites, & Group Sites
La Baron Lake: Located approximately 23 miles east of Beaver. Take U-153 for 10 miles and then 13 miles on forest road #137. Elevation: 9,900 ft. Excellent lake fishing and beautiful scenery. Limited improved facilities: one chemical toilet, but plenty of parking and camping space. RV Sites, and Tent Sites
Little Cottonwood Campground: Located 6 miles east of Beaver, along the Beaver River, Scenic Byway U-153. Elevation: 6,500 ft. Facilities include 14 camping units - 2 with universal access, tables, fire rings, water faucets and accessible toilets. Trailers permitted. Enjoy fishing in the Beaver River adjacent to the campground. Fee charged
Little Reservoir Campground: Drive 10 miles east of Beaver on Scenic Byway U-135. Then turn onto forest road #137 and drive 1 mile. Elevation: 7,350. Facilities include tables, grills, drinking water, and vault toilets. RV Sites=8, Tent Sites=8
Wheelchair access to fishing
Mahogany Cove Campground: Take Scenic Byway U-153 for 12 miles up Beaver Canyon. Elevation: 7.500 ft. The site overlooks Beaver Canyon. Facilities include: parking spurs, drinking water, vault toilet, tables and grills. Trailers permitted - 24 ft max. RV Sites=7, Tent Sites=7
Merchant Valley: Approximately 16 miles due east of Beaver. Take Scenic Byway U-153 to the junction of Merchant Creek and Three Creeks to gain access to the area. Elevation: 8,800 ft. Lake fishing is permitted at the Merchant Valley Dam. No facilities - camping designated as "dispersed" (camps, tents, and RVs permitted only in established sites)
North Creek: Approximately 15 miles northeast of Beaver. Drive east 2 miles on U-153, until you see North Creek Road on the north side of street. Follow the road for 4 to 5 miles to forest road #119 (gravel). Take this road into undeveloped area. Good stream fishing on the South Fork and beautiful scenery. Check with the Beaver District Ranger station for directions and information. No facilities - camping designated as "dispersed"
South Creek Area: The site is located about 12 miles southeast of Beaver. Check with the Beaver District Ranger station for directions and information. Often, there is good fishing for native trout in the creek. Primitive 4-wheel drive roads exist to Birch Creek, Big Twist, Little Twist, Rocky and Coyote. No facilities - camping designated as "dispersed"
Three Creeks Reservoir: This is a very popular fishing area. Take Scenic Byway U-153 east from Beaver for 17 miles (paved road). Then watch for the Three Creeks sign and turn onto the gravel road to the reservoir. Elevation 8,000 ft. Excellent stream and lake fishing. Drinking water is available. No facilities - camping designated as "dispersed"
Timid Springs/Big Flat: The site is located approximately 24 miles east of Beaver on Scenic Byway U-153. No fishing available in the immediate area. However, privately owned Puffer Lake is about 2 miles to the northwest. Elevation: 10,500 ft. Drinking water is available near the Big Flat Ranger Station. Parking is also available for campers and trailers. No facilities - camping designated as "dispersed"
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