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Beaver Creek Recreation Area

Beaver Creek Recreation Area is located on the north side of Beaver Bay on Lake Oahe, 16 miles west of Linton, ND off Highway 1804. The lake and dam are named for the Oahe Indian Mission established in 1874 among the Lakota Sioux Native Americans. Over 50 recreation areas are scattered around Lake Oahe, where camping, fishing, boating and hunting are popular activities. For more information, visit the Lake Oahe Project Website.


Facilities

Beaver Creek offers one picnic shelter and 61 reservable campsites, 45 of which have 30-amp electric hookups. The group day-use picnic shelter has electric hookups as well. Amenities include seasonal flush toilets, vault toilets and drinking water (peak season). A three-lane boat ramp and two docks are on-site with another single lane ramp and dock on the southeast side of the bay. There is a fish cleaning station with water (peak season) and electricity near the boat ramp as well. Younger campers love the park's playgrounds and nature trail.

Nearby attractions

Lake Oahe

Natural feaures

Lake Oahe, the fourth largest reservoir by overall water volume in the United States and an area of 370,000 surface acres extends from Pierre, South Dakota to Bismarck, North Dakota and is 231 miles long. Located in the Missouri River Valley, Lake Oahe's 2,250 miles of shoreline are made up of mixed grass prairie dotted with trees that grow down to the shore in occasional steep draws.

Recreation

Visitors enjoy coming to Lake Oahe for its great boating, water skiing, swimming and fishing opportunities. Many species of fish inhabit the lake, including walleye, northern pike and yellow perch. Many acres of land around the lake are open to public hunting. A wide variety of small and large game animals inhabits the area, including deer, pronghorn, grouse, dove, pheasant, partridge, squirrel, rabbit and waterfowl.Facilities Beaver Creek offers one picnic shelter and 61 reservable campsites, 45 of which have 30-amp electric hookups. The group day-use picnic shelter has electric hookups as well. Amenities include seasonal flush toilets, vault toilets and drinking water (peak season). A three-lane boat ramp and two docks are on-site with another single lane ramp and dock on the southeast side of the bay. There is a fish cleaning station with water (peak season) and electricity near the boat ramp as well. Younger campers love the park's playgrounds and nature trail.Natural Features Lake Oahe, the fourth largest reservoir by overall water volume in the United States and an area of 370,000 surface acres extends from Pierre, South Dakota to Bismarck, North Dakota and is 231 miles long. Located in the Missouri River Valley, Lake Oahe's 2,250 miles of shoreline are made up of mixed grass prairie dotted with trees that grow down to the shore in occasional steep draws. Nearby Attractions Lake Oahe contact_info For facility specific information, please call (701) 255-0015.Charges & Cancellations For information about reservation changes and cancellations, Click Here.

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Driving directions to Beaver Creek Recreation Area

From Bismarck, ND, take University Drive south (road becomes Highway 1804). Continue south approximately 50 miles. The road will intersect with Highway 13. Turn right and continue on Highway 1804 south for approximately 3 miles. Recreation area is on the right side of the road. From Linton, ND, travel 13 miles west on Highway 13 to junction of Highways 13 and 1804, then travel west another 3 miles. Recreation area is on the right side of the road.

Location and contact info

Unnamed Road, ND 58552

For campground inquires, please call:701-255-0015. FOR RESERVATIONS, PLEASE CALL 1-877-444-6777.

Beaver Creek Recreation Area details

  • Campfire allowed
  • Checkin time: 4:00 PM
  • Checkout time: 3:00 PM
  • Max num of people: 8
  • Max num of vehicles: 2
  • Pets allowed
Camping with an RV

Camping with an RV

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Amenities at Beaver Creek Recreation Area

  • other

    Shade

  • RV Hookups

    Electricity hookup

  • supplies

    Grills/Fire ring

    Picnic table


Activities at Beaver Creek Recreation Area

Water access

Camping

Hiking

Picnicking

Water skiing

Wildlife viewing

Boating

Fishing

Swimming

Canoeing


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