Beaver, Arkansas Area Attractions

Antique cars and a kayaker enjoy the waters of Table Rock Lake

From the natural beauty of the Ozark Mountains in Northwest Arkansas to the historic Victorian architecture, art galleries and shopping of Eureka Springs, Arkansas or the family oriented shows and theme parks of Branson, Missouri. Beaver is centrally located to all sorts of great things to see and do.

Being in the heart of it all is just one of the many reasons Beaver, Arkansas is the best kept secret of Northwest Arkansas.

Outdoor Activities

Table Rock Lake - The Beaver RV Park sits at the head of Table Rock Lake where it is fed by the White River. Like Beaver Lake it is a beautiful lake known for its water recreation, including fishing, scuba diving, water skiing, pleasure boating, hiking, etc.

Ozark Mountains - The Mountains surrounding Beaver Park contain numerous natural caves that are open to the public, horseback trail rides, petting zoos, and one fantastic "Big Cat" park (a rehabilitation park providing open habitat for large cats - lions, tigers, cougars, etc.).

Beaver Lake - A beautiful lake known for its water recreation, including fishing, scuba diving, water skiing, pleasure boating, hiking, etc.

White River - The Beaver RV Park is adjacent to the White River at the upper waters of Table Rock Lake and approximately four miles downstream from the Beaver Dam. The White River offers excellent trout fishing in addition to bass, walleye, catfish, and perch. Also offers boating, canoeing, and kayaking.

Mark Twain National Forest - The Mark Twain National Forest, located just across the Missouri state line, is easily accessible from Beaver via either boat (approximate 7 minutes), or by paved or dirt roads and offers great fishing, hiking, exploring, water sports, etc.

Blue Spring Heritage Center - Visit the historic bluff shelter, now on the National Register of Historic Places. Walk on ground that nurtured the Cherokee people during the Trail of Tears. Connect with the natural beauty of our many native gardens. See the power and wonder of Blue Spring, pouring 38 million gallons of cold, clear water each day into its trout-filled lagoon.

Rogues Castle - Overlooking the Beaver RV Park.

Shopping & Entertainment

Historic Eureka Springs, Arkansas - "The most haunted town in the United States" is approximately 10 minutes south of the Beaver RV Park.

Branson, Missouri - Branson is approximately one hour by car, or four hours by boat from the Beaver Park (Yes, you can launch your boat at the Park and travel to Branson for a day of sun and fun!!!). Branson is one of the premier family attractions in the United States with many, many theaters offering live entertainment; great restaurants, and a number of world class theme parks.

Passion Play - America's Number one outdoor drama features state-of-the-art theatrical equipment, live actors and animals in this live action, dramatic presentation of the last week of the life of Jesus Christ.

Pea Ridge Civil War Military Park - One of the major Civil War battles west of the Mississippi, including the "Cherokee Braves" - a detachment of Cherokee Indians that fought for the South under General Watie, a Cherokee Chief. This detachment was the last Confederates to officially surrender (long after the war ended).

Rogers and Bentonville Arkansas - Two of the fastest growing cities in the United States are approximately 30-minutes to the West and offer outstanding restaurants, entertainment, and shopping.

Museums - There are a number of great private museums in the immediate area that have focused displays rivaling any in the world. These include one of the greatest displays of guns in the U.S., including weapons belonging to Buffalo Bill, Annie Oakley, many famous Indian Chiefs - plus an excellent collection of Indian artifacts. A second museum displays an incredible collection of Cherokee Indian artifacts, cut glass, and dinosaur fossils.

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