BEAVER CREEK PARK
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Rising from the Foothills
Rising from the foothills and nestled in the Bears Paw Mountains, Hill County Beaver Creek Park is located south of Havre MT. The Park covers over 10,000 acres and frames 17 miles of Secondary Highway 234: Beaver Creek Highway. Established in 1916, it is the largest county park in the United States.
Beaver Creek Park is open year round to all individuals for recreation and conservation purposes. Camping, fishing, picnicking, wildlife viewing, sightseeing, hiking, and many other outdoor recreational activities are encouraged. A current Park Permit is required for all park use.
Over 100 Rustic campgrounds and picnic areas are featured in Beaver Creek Park. Most of the spaces are non-reservable and self filled on a first come, first served basis. Larger sites can be reserved for group camping and activities.
For added convenience, an RV dump site is located in the middle of the park by mile mark 18. Potable water fill stations are located in front of the park office.
How to Get Here
As you drive through Havre MT, just head south on 5th Ave (Highway 234.) 10 miles south of town you will reach the northern boundary of the Park, which extends another 15 miles to the south. The Park Office is located in the middle of the park, about 20 miles south of Havre.