Beaver RV Park & Campgroundlast updated: September 2012

Nestled among 100 year old trees on the banks of the western most tip of Table Rock Lake where the White River meets the lake, lies the town of Beaver, Arkansas.  Our popular Beaver Park & Campground has been enjoyed for its beautiful, serene setting from the times when the Native American Indians roamed the Ozark Mountains to present day.  The railroad trestle across the White River, built in the late 1800s, was featured in the 1982 Civil War movie "Blue & Gray".  Our "Golden Gate of the Ozarks" swinging bridge is the last one in Arkansas open to vehicular traffic and is referred to as "the bridge to nostalgia". Our historic little bridge was featured in the 2005 movie, "Elizabethtown".

The Beaver RV Park, with its 32 RV pads and 10 tent sites is nestled among 100 year old trees on the banks of the western most tip of Tablerock Lake. The picturesque bluff rims the sunrise in the morning and captures the best of moonlit nights.
Swimming, boating, fishing, and picnicking are the daytime leisure activities in the park, with bar-b-que stands, fire rings and tables available at each camp site.

Contact Beaver RV Park & Campground

Contact Beaver RV Park & Campground

P.O. Box 25
Beaver, Arkansas  72613
Phone: 479-253-5469


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