We want you, our Guests, to have the most amazing camping experience of your lives! Relax, have fun, stay safe, and enjoy camping at its best.
Check-in is 3:00 P.M. Check-out is 11:00 A.M.
Posted speed limits are for the protection of our campers and pets. We must avoid dust also to make it pleasant for everyone concerned. Please observe the 5 mph maximum speed limit.
Check-in is 12:00 P.M. Check-out is 11:00 A.M.
Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the campground. Be sure to stop by the office for the Wi-Fi code.
Join us every morning for a cup of coffee in the store at 8:00 A.M. Coffee bar is a $1 donation to the Care Camps for Children with Cancer. Please donate and make a child happy to go to camp!
Late check-outs must be cleared through the office.
Recreational games such as Ladder Ball, Corn Hole, Croquet, Basketball, Volleyball, Horseshoes, Badminton, Tetherball, Golf disc & Ping Pong throughout the park.
Pets love camping and we love pets! Please keep pets leashed and quiet at all times. Do not leave your pet unattended. DO NOT WALK PETS IN TENT SITES OR PLAYGROUNDS. No aggressive dogs allowed. Always clean up after your pet and be sure to visit our new enclosed dog park.
We have always enjoyed camping and now we own a place that we hope will allow our guests to enjoy camping as much as we have.
"Both of our families grew up camping," says Michael Joyner, who, along with his wife Stephanie, owns and operates the Beaver, Utah KOA Kampground. "We both started out in tents, moved to tent trailers, then on to trailers and then into motor homes. We have always enjoyed camping and now we own a place that we hope will allow our guests to enjoy camping as much as we have."
Beaver is a great hub. It's located so that guests can visit several state and national parks or just travel a few miles for great outdoor activities.
Michael says, "Through hard work, we want to continue to make our Beaver KOA a clean, beautiful and fun place for us and all of our guests!"
After spending years in business in the big city, the Joyners decided it was time for a change, although their personal skills are perfect for the business of campground management. "Stephanie's strong points are computers and electronics, while I enjoy improving the park and working with people," says Michael.