Welcome to Beaver KOA Journey! We hope you have a "Dam" good time!

Greetings from the hosts at Beaver KOA. Beaver is located in Southern Utah in a valley surrounded by the Tusher Mountains to the east and the Mineral Mountains to the west. The valley is mostly flat ranch land with grazing cattle and horses and the beautiful Beaver River flowing through it. Our park is consistent with the rest of the area - level RV sites and lots of Elm trees providing shade. We love pets and have two agility dog parks for them to enjoy. Beaver KOA is a great location for a family getaway. You may spot hummingbirds, songbirds, or even deer in the field next door.
Conveniently located 200 miles in both directions between Las Vegas and Salt Lake City, Beaver KOA provides direct access via your ATV to 270 miles of the Paiute Trail. It's also a beautiful short drive to Bryce Canyon and Zion National Park. Alpine lakes are fed by trout streams, and great hiking and backpacking are also close by.
We assure you of a friendly and warm greeting, inviting you to enjoy clean sites and facilities. You'll have access to a well-stocked store and our heated pool during the summer. Our campground offers an ideal chance to escape and embrace the rural charm of Southern Utah.

Our campground is open year round.

Campground Amenities

  • 50 Max Amp
  • 75' Max Length
  • Wi-Fi
  • Pool (5/25 - 9/11)
  • Propane ($)
  • Firewood ($)
  • Dog Park
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KOA Journey Campgrounds

KOA Journey campgrounds are the perfect oases after a day on the road. Whether it’s along the way or a quick getaway, they’ve got you covered. Located near the highways and byways of North America with long Pull-thru RV Sites, they deliver convenience to the traveling camper. Pull in, ease back and take a load off.

KOA Journeys Feature:

  • Pull-through RV Sites with 50-amp service
  • Premium Tent Sites
  • Well lit after hours check-in service

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KOA Rewards Appreciation Weekend

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WHEN: September 6-7, 2024

WHAT: KOA Rewards holders stay as a paying guest on Friday, September 6th at any participating KOA campground and get Saturday, September 7th for FREE*.

WHY: KOA Rewards Appreciation Weekend is designed exclusively for KOA Rewards holders to say thanks for your loyalty and for trusting your camping memories to us. On this late-summer weekend, we gather to celebrate friends, family and fun in the great outdoors we all adore.

* Only at participating KOA locations. Applies to one site per a KOA Rewards account, for two consecutive nights at the same KOA. Sites may be limited. KOA Rewards discount does apply but not valid with other discounts.

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Local Area

Bryce Canyon

Enjoy an hour or two hike, or pack your lunch and a canteen for a longer, more leisurely walk into the depths of Bryce Canyon.



Zion National Park

Zion National Park is Utah's oldest national park. It is an oasis of green surrounded by sentinels of stone. Enjoy a drive through the canyon or choose to climb one of the many trails leading up the canyon ridges. Open year-round.


Mineral Mountains

Precious Gems and MineralsThe Mineral Mountains are the largest exposed mass of solidified molten rock in Utah. A renowned rockhounding area, the range is also one of the richest in minerals, with collectors often finding amazing gemstones in the region. Area mines yield spectacular chunks of smoky quartz, opal, pyrite, gold, silver, obsidian and blue beryl — one of the world's most prized gems. The famed purple opal site on the range's western flank gives up astounding specimens with vibrant colors and patterns. Meanwhile, museum-quality specimens of azurite and malachite speckle old mine dumps in the southern part of the range.Adventure Hiking in the MineralsDesignated hiking trails are rare in the Minerals' rocky wilderness. Instead, modern-day explorers follow old wagon tracks still visible from the 19th-century mining boom as well as ancient paths once used by native inhabitants. Summiting Granite Peak and other noteworthy mountains requires careful navigation, cross-country hiking and scrambling over rock outcrops. The rewards are plentiful — sublime views of Ramblers' landscape, excellent hiking and often, no one else on the trails. But, outdoor enthusiasts need to be prepared with the proper gear (and honest about their abilities) before embarking on the ambitious hikes in this region. Off-trail hikers, especially, need to be skilled with a map and compass or a GPS unit and carry the Ten Essentials, including emergency shelter, extra clothes and plenty of water in their packs.
Elevation 9,377



Meadow Hot Springs

General Description:   Meadow Hot Spring is on private property, but the landowner has continued to make it accessible to the public.  There is a very deep natural pool with a temperature of about 100 degrees.  
Location:  Located just 54 miles from Beaver, Utah in a farm town called Meadow. 
Directions:  From Beaver, Utah take the exit 158. Turn left at the stop sign and go under the freeway.  Go south for about 1.5 miles out of the town of Meadow.  Stay on this road heading west until you get to the parking area, you can‘t miss it. The spring is located about 150 yards from the parking area.There is a short half-mile hike to get to the springs.The water is clear and deep with temperatures hovering at about 100 degrees Fahrenheit. It is accessible year round and dog-friendly.



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