Beaver Creek is a great blend of rural scenery and modern amenities. Guests looking to swim can visit a free public beach found just outside of the campgrounds themselves, while dog enthusiasts can enjoy the over 20 miles of trails found in the area while they tucker out their canine for the evening.
Camping is done here in 42 total sites, all of which provide ample space for a family with a pack of canines in tow to grill out and enjoy the stars at night. Picnic tables and fire pits are provided, as well as the option to rent a group site for an additional $52 per evening. The group area sleeps up to 35 individuals comfortably but features no extra amenities. Drinking water taps can be found just outside of the public restrooms. Although these sites provide some additional breathing room for guests, it's still crucial that you keep any visiting canines on a leash and inside of your tent overnight. Bears are a regular concern in the Idaho Panhandle National Forest, which Beaver Creek is a part of.
Beaver Creek offers some great chances for dog walking and hiking. If you're a guest who's looking for a bit of a challenge, perhaps try the Navigational Trail, an almost 10-mile stretch that leads guests to the nearby Upper Preist Lake. There's also the shorter Lakeside Trail, which is more well-known for its scenic mountainside sights and easier terrain. Whichever of these you choose to explore with your dog, make sure to keep Fido on a strong restraint and pack emergency essentials for your journey in case you stumble off the beaten path or twist an ankle. Occasionally, these trails see riders on horseback, which makes consistent leash use doubly important here.
Whether you want to reconnect with nature or just need a weekend getaway from the daily grind, Beaver Creek Campground is the pawfect place for your next vacay!