Beaver Dam Campground
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The Beaver Dam Campground sits along Beaver Dam Creek and offers hiking, fishing, beaver dams, and wildflowers. This is a semiprimative camping area with no drinking water and no garbage service. Please remember to pack your drinking water in and to pack your garbage out. While no camping fee is required, a voluntary $3.00 donation is requested to help offset the cost of maintenance. Other facilities include vault toilets, two tent sites and two tent/RV sites.
Directions: From Ashland: Travel east on the Dead Indian Memorial Highway 22 miles and turn north (left) on to Forest Service Road 37. Continue one mile to the campground.
Seasonal Access: Normal Services Available: Early May-Mid-November (Campground may be available beyond these dates with limited services available.)
Facility Type: Campground
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