Location of Beaver, Arkansas

Two different photos of the Table Rock Lake shorlines

Even though Beaver is Northwest Arkansas' Best Kept Secret we aren't hard to find. Sure, we are just a little ways off the beaten path but with a scenic drive through the hills of the Ozark Moutnains, getting here is half the fun!

Important

In order to access the Beaver RV Park from the south, you must cross the White River on a historic single lane suspension bridge that is rated for a 10 ton (20,000 lb.) capacity. Subsequently, the route(s) to the Beaver RV Park is determined by the overall weight of your rig and vehicle, so please read the following carefully. The bridge has a height restriction of 11 feet 6 inches. If your vehicle exceeds this height, you must approach the Park from Highway 62.

From Branson, Missouri

From West Branson, take Hwy 13 South through Kimberling City to the intersection with Hwy 86 West.

Continue West on Hwy 86 to Hwy 23 South. Follow Hwy 23 South to Holiday Island.

IF YOUR GROSS WEIGHT DOES NOT EXCEED 10 TONS:

Continue on Hwy 23 through Holiday Island. You will immediately descend a hill and at the bottom will encounter Hwy 187 East. Turn right onto Hwy 187 for three miles. After you cross the White River on the suspension bridge, take an immediate right and you will enter the park.

From East Branson Take Hwy 65 South to the intersection with Hwy 86 West then follow the above directions.

IF YOUR GROSS WEIGHT EXCEEDS 10 TONS:

Continue on Hwy 23 through Eureka Springs to the intersection with Hwy 62. Turn right on Hwy 62 West.

Follow Hwy 62 West to Hwy 187 East (You will pass Hwy 187 West several miles prior to the intersection with 187 East. DO NOT take 187 West. Bypass it and continue on 62 West until you find Hwy 187 East.)

Turn right on 187 East for a distance of approximately 5-miles to the city of Beaver. At the opposite edge of town, you will encounter a 90 degree right turn (with a small store on the left).

DO NOT take the right turn, but simply go straight down a small incline and take an immediate left. The park office will be approximately 150 yards straight ahead.

 

From Rogers/Bentonville, Arkansas

Exit Hwy 71 (same as I 540) at Exit 86 onto Hwy 62 East to Eureka Springs. Remain on Hwy 62 East for approximately 27 miles to the intersection with Hwy 187 East. Turn left on 187 East for a distance of approximately 5-miles to the city of Beaver. At the opposite edge of town, you will encounter a 90 degree right turn (with a small store on the left).

DO NOT take the right turn, but simply go straight down a small incline and take an immediate left. The park office will be approximately 150 yards straight ahead.

From Eureka Springs, Arkansas

IF YOUR GROSS WEIGHT DOES NOT EXCEED 10 TONS:

Take Hwy 23 North to the intersection with Hwy 187 East. Turn left onto Hwy 187 for three miles, after you cross the White River on the suspension bridge, take an immediate right and you will enter the park.

IF YOUR GROSS WEIGHT EXCEEDS 10 TONS:

Take Hwy 62 West to Hwy 187 East (You will pass Hwy 187 West several miles prior to the intersection with Hwy 187 East. DO NOT take 187 West. Bypass it and continue on 62 West until you find Hwy 187 East .)

Turn right on 187 East for a distance of approximately 5 miles to the city of Beaver. At the opposite edge of town, you will encounter a 90 degree right turn (with a small store on the left).

DO NOT take the right turn, but simply go straight down a small incline and take an immediate left. The park office will be approximately 150 yards straight ahead.

Graphics of a Beaver