Several sites with rock fire pits. Close to beaver reservoir but apparently it is a private reservoir. Still great option for free camping
Pretty average dispersed campsites. Far enough apart that you can’t see or hear your neighbors which was nice. Fire pits existed on the sites but no grates or bathrooms. A short walk down the dirt road leads you to a beautiful lake.
I’d say the pros to camping at Beaver Park is that it is free, the sites are large, and maybe 2 sites have lake views. Most of the sites are spaced really far apart too - excluding the 2 by the lake. Cons are that the lake is private so basically you can look but can’t touch. If you continue down the road past the lake you end up in a community, so I don’t think there is any hiking back there. I didn’t try though because I felt sort of like I wasn’t supposed to be there. The site I stayed at was ok. It was forested and had privacy from the road. It also had a lot of good firewood just there, but I’m sure not every site is always like that. One problem we had was that our site had a lot of tree stumps, and that made it hard to park our car where we wanted it since we were car camping. Overall a just ok dispersed site. I found myself bored here and wished there were more things to do/see.
Beautiful spot with a gorgeous view of a couple of mountain peaks (Thunderbolt Peak?) with the reservoir in the foreground.
-Camping is on the left as you approach the lake, there is nothing past the first big area you see.
-Many spaces available, just pick a primitive firepit and setup around it.
-Lake is technically private and the locals WILL hassle you if they catch you fishing/swimming/boating.
-We easily made the drive up in a low clearance car, and Rv's should have no problem.
- In total I'd say around 15 separate campsites could operate here comfortably on a busy weekend.