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About Beaver Creek (Mo)

Escape from the hustle and bustle of city-life at Beaver Creek, a small, quiet campground tucked between a forested area and the lower shores of Bull Shoals Lake. The lake, in the beautiful Ozark Mountains, attracts visitors year-round as each season unfolds a new panorama.


Hiking, birding, all types of water sports, and in-season hunting are featured attractions.

Spring and fall are the best seasons for fishing, but spotted bass, crappie and similar fish can be sought throughout the year.


Beaver Creek hosts 33 campsites with electrical hookups and hot showers. A group shelter, playground and marina are also on-site.

Natural Features

The campground is in south-central Missouri along the Beaver Creek arm of Bull Shoals Lake. Sturdy, green hardwoods and cedar glades encompass the rocky bluffs and unique rock formations of the mountains.

Nearby Attractions

Visit the Jones Point State Wildlife Management Area for promising wildlife spotting and birding.

The lively tourist town of Branson is just 30 minutes away. Here, visitors can shop, dine and find live music.

ADA Access: N

$20.00 - $50.00
US Army Corps of Engineers
Drive In
Boat In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Trash Available
Beaver Creek (Mo) is located in Missouri
36.6397 N
-93.0458 W
Get Directions
From Mountain Home, AR, travel north on State Route 5 for 24 miles to US 160. Follow 160 west for 42 miles to Kissee Mills, MO to junction of State Route O; go left on State Route O. Follow signs to the park.
3 Reviews of Beaver Creek (Mo)
Great campground for fishing trips

We stayed a week in July 2018. Will definitely go back next year. Views of water from camp. Short walk to Marina. We were even able to rent a slip from Marina and kept boat on water which was awesome. My father actually caught close to biggest walleye for that area.

Just a stop

I was running late on a drive one day, and quickly googled camping options in the area. The site is small but quiet, which I prefer after a full day of driving. I did not spend much time in the area, but it is a good distance from Brandon. I only passed through so I cannot speak to in detail about Branson, but it seems like an interesting place to see for sure.

First to Review
near Branson

Not a large campground, so it was a quiet experience. About 45 minutes from Branson, this was an ideal place to make our home while we got the best of Branson and a bit of nature.