Canoe & Kayak Rentals - Equipment Shuttling - Fishing
Cabins RV & Tent Sites - Country Store - Bath House
Beaver Creek runs 44 miles from Jackson Mill southwest through wooded farmland and bluffs and the Mark Twain National Forest and ends up in Bull Shoals Lake near Kissee Mills. We have float trips of various distances.
We are located 14.7 miles into the creek so we make the perfect location whether you are going upstream to float down or starting here and floating downstream or planning a multi-day trip and need a place to stopover.
We have a country store with all those necessities to make a great time on the creek.
Mark Twain National Forest is just 5 miles away from our campground with hiking, mountain bike, ATV, and horseback riding trails.
Adjacent to the campground are scenic country roads for a relaxing walk, run, or bicycle ride.
The pace is very slow here. We think you will come to love the quiet Ozark countryside as much as we do!
From Springfield, take the Ozark/Sparta exit east for 10 miles, at Sparta take Hwy 125 Southeast for 19 miles, at Bradleyville take Hwy 76 east for 5 miles. Just past the Elk Ranch you will see a sign for Brown Branch. At Hwy W, take a right and enter the property.
From Branson, take Hwy 76 east for 33 miles. Just past the Elk Ranch you will see a sign for Brown Branch. At Hwy W, take a right and enter the property.
From Ava, take Hwy 76 west for 23 miles. A mile after entering Taney County you will see a sign for Brown Branch. At Hwy W, take a left and enter the property.
All vehicles must stop and register before entering the campground.
All campers & floaters must sign a liability waiver. Parents or guardians must sign for minors.
Quiet time: 10pm to 7am. All vehicles must be parked & remain parked after 10pm.
Pets must be kept on leash at all times. No aggressive dogs or dog breeds.
No pets or smoking in cabins. No cooking in rustic cabins.
No littering. No cans or bottles in fire rings.
No glass bottles or containers containing more than 4 gals of alcohol as prohibited by State Law.
No ATV's or dirt bikes operated on the campground; however, there is the Hercules Glade Top trail available just 5 miles away in the Mark Twain forest for ATV riding.
No firewood may be brought into our campground due to the Emerald Ash Borer Beetle invasion. Firewood is available at the camp store for your convenience.
Property along the river's edge is privately owned and is often marked with purple paint meaning NO TRESPASSING! Please do NOT stop or camp on those riverbanks. Use the sand and gravel bars in the middle of the creek for stopping.
All Beaver Creek kayaks and canoes must come off the creek by 7pm.
Speed limit is 5 mph in the campground.
Do not cut, mar or damage trees.
Damages to premises or equipment will be charged to those responsible.
Camping Check In Time: Before DARK. Check Out Time: 11am. If floating on your checkout date, move your items to your vehicle and park by the store before departing on your float.
Non-compliance can result in additional fees or eviction from campground. No money will be refunded.
2-person Canoe or Kayak.......$45
(Price includes one paddle & life jacket for each
floater, equipment hauling, transportation)
We have Mon-Thurs Specials
CABINS & CAMPING
RV site..................................... $30
Tent site................................... $20
Rustic Cabins..................... $60-$75
Getaway Cabin................ $105-$125
We have weekday & weekly rates
On the Campground In addition to camping, floating and fishing on Beaver Creek, adjacent to the campground are scenic country roads for a relaxing walk, run, or bicycle ride. Mark Twain National Forest Mark Twain National Forest is just 5 miles away from our campground with hiking, mountain bike, ATV, and horseback riding trails. Ask for maps of the Glade Top Trail and the Hercules Glades Wilderness for hiking opportunities. One of our cabins is located in the Mark Twain National Forest and is backed up to government land making it a convenient base for activities within the National Forest. Local Attractions McClurg Jam. Pot-luck supper followed by a traditional fiddle jam session. Fiddle, guitar, mandolin, banjo, bass fiddle, and dobro - all acoustic. Monday nights at 6:30pm at the McClurg General Store on Hwy W, Brownbranch, MO 65608. Laura Ingalls Wilder House is about an hour Northeast. The Laura Ingalls Wilder House in Mansfield, Missouri, also known as Rocky Ridge Farm, was the home of author Laura Ingalls Wilder from 1896 until her death in 1957. 3060 State Hwy A, Mansfield, MO 65704. Phone: (417) 924-3626 Hodgson Water Mill is about an hour and ten minutes East. Hwy 181 Ozark County, MO, Dora, Missouri 65637. Phone: (417) 261-2556 Missouri Fox Trotting Horses is about half an hour East. There are horse shows and events throughout the year. Hwy 5, Ava, Missouri 65608. Phone: ( 417 ) 683-2468 Silver Dollar City is about an hour West. Amusement Parks, Performing Arts. 399 Silver Dollar City Pkwy, Branson, MO 65616. Phone: (800) 475-9370 Dogwood Canyon is about an hour West. Venues & Event Spaces, Parks, Fishing. 2038 W State Hwy 86, Lampe, MO 65681. Phone: (417) 779-5983 Shepherd of the Hills Fish Hatchery is about an hour West. Parks, Fishing, Hiking, 483 Hatchery Rd, Branson, MO 65616. Phone: (417) 334-4865