Camping in Beaver Creek
Day Permit: $10 per day (a day is from noon until noon the next day.)
Annual Permit: $55 (year is May 1 to April 30)
Golden Pass Annual Permit for those 65 years or older: $35 (year is May 1 to April 30)
The majority of all available camping is on the south end of the Park, but look closely as you drive through the northern half of the Park for some sites there.
Additionally, the Park has some special campgrounds that can be reserved for larger group activities and camping. The fee to reserve these sites would cover all individuals within the group at that campground for those dates, and individual permits would not be necessary for that time period. These show up on the map as pink with an asterisk. Rates are $200 per non-holiday weekend (in Friday, out Sunday) $400 for Holiday Week-end (in Thursday, out Sunday OR in Friday out Monday, customer preference.) Individual weekend night reservations cannot be made, you must reserve the whole weekend. Weekdays are $100 per night. Most of these sites have horseshoe pits and pavilions, some have playground equipment and volleyball net poles, and two sites have the option of electric (4-6 outlets on the single pole) and the electric will be unlocked for an additional $20 per night.
Special rates are available for Youth camp activities. Contact the Park Offcie at 395-4565 for more information and to reserve a site for your Youth group activity.
If the reservable campgrounds have been reserved, there will be a white posterboard sign on the highway showing who has it reserved and for what dates. These signs are posted a few days in advance. Call the Park Office for availability or check our online booking site.
Beaver Creek Park only has rustic and primitive camping: NO individual hook-ups, no water, no sewer, no power, no internet, no cable, no provided amenities. Perfect for when you want to escape from the busyness of the ‘real’ world and relax in nature without electronic distractions. We do provide a picnic table, firepit or fire ring, trash cans, and there is an outhouse within walking distance of most sites.
Most of the campgrounds and campsites in the Park are not reservable, and self-filled on a first come-first served basis. There are over 100 of these sites, and to use them you need a valid Park Permit; either a Day Permit or an Annual Permit. Park permits can be purchased online, through one of the self pay boxes located within the park or from one of the following local businesses: Stromberg's Sinclair, Bing N' Bobs, Bear Paw Meats and North 40 Outfitters. These permits cover all park use; hiking, overnight camping, berry picking, day picnics, etc.
Non-Holiday Weekend (in Friday, out Sunday): $200
Holiday Weekend (in Thursday, out Sunday OR in Friday, out Monday): $400
Along with reservable sites, Beaver Creek Park offers many non-reservable campsites as well. The park map indicates a few of these campsite locations including some at Beaver Creek Lake. Park permits are required to use these sites.