Beaver Dam State Park

A photo of Beaver Dam State Park. Blue skies, clean looking campground surrounded by pine trees.

Park Details

Always Open

Entrance Fees (see all park fees)

Contact Us
PO Box 176
Panaca, NV 89042


The deep canyons, flowing streams, waterfalls, pinion, juniper and ponderosa forests of Beaver Dam have beckoned people for centuries. Today, a visit to Beaver Dam State Park allows visitors to experience the pristine-natural beauty and primitive-rustic character that distinguishes this park from all others. Located in rugged canyon country near the Utah border, Beaver Dam is an excellent area to fish, hike, mountain bike, and enjoy nature.


Getting Here

  • Directions
  • 3-1/2 hours northeast of Las Vegas: I-15 N to US-93 N to Beaver Dam Road East.
  • 2 hours west of Cedar City, Utah: UT-56 W to UT-18 S to UT-219 W to Beaver Dam Road.
  • 2 hours northwest of St. George, Utah: UT-18 N to UT-219 W to Beaver Dam Road.

Know Before You Go

  • Electrical power is not available in the park.
  • Landline phone service is not available; some cell phones can receive reception at the park’s north entrance gate. In an emergency, a landline phone may be accessed in the small town of Barclay west of the park.
  • A proposed ATV trail is being investigated for the future, but currently ATV riding in park boundaries is prohibited. ATVs must be trailered in and out of the park for use on public lands.
  • If you see cattle in the park please inform the ranger.
  • Pack it in, pack it out; there is no trash disposal in the park.
  • Visitors are responsible for knowing all park rules and regulations in effect. Detailed rules and regulations are posted at the park.


  • 49er Gravel Grinder:  3rd week in June

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