Beaver Creek Campground


Photo of the swimming area at Beaver Creek CG.Beaver Creek Campground, located on the west shore of Priest Lake, is 50 miles north of Priest River. The campground was renovated in 1993 and has 41 campsites including two host sites and a group campsite.

Campground roads and campsite parking spurs are paved.

The group site has a maximum capacity of 35 people and reservations are required.

Amenities of the group site include 6 tent pads, 4 picnic tables, a vault toilet and a horseshoe pit.

Beaver Creek Campground has universally accessible facilities.

Amenities include a pressurized water system with hydrants, vault toilets, a swimming beach, overflow parking areas, and a security gate.

At a Glance

Reservations: U.S. Forest Service campgrounds can be reserved by calling NRRS at 1-877-444-6777, or on-line
Fees Please visit or call NRRS at 1-877-444-6777, or on-line
Open Season: May
Closest Towns: Priest River, Idaho
Water: Potable water

General Information


From I-90, take the HWY 41 exit and travel north to Newport, WA. Take HWY 2, east to Priest River, ID. Turn left on HWY 57 at the light. Travel approximately 36 miles, then turn right on Reeder Bay Road. Travel approximately 12 miles on the paved road to the campground.


Camping & Cabins

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Group Camping

The group site will accommodate up to 35 people and up to 15 vehicles. Amenities include 6 tent pads, 4 picnic tables, a vault toilet and a horseshoe pit.
Reservation InfoReservations are required. Reserve on
No. of Sites1
No. of Accessible sites1 of 1 site is accessible

Campground Camping

Attractions include scenic 25,000-acre Priest Lake, thorofare to Upper Priest Lake.
No. of SitesSites are reserved through
No. of Accessible sites40 normal camp units


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Water Activities

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