General Campground Information

Family rates

No charge for children
Visitors are welcome, but an extra person charge of $3.00 is charged if they use the showers or pool.

Beaver County History

History of Beaver County
Overview - First Settlers: First settlers in Beaver County came from Parowan in April 1856. They built log cabins along the Beaver River and began cultivation in the same area. The first town was laid out in the spring of 1858 and, with the river, was named for the many beaver dams found there. Area Discoveries: In 1852, lead was discovered at the Lincoln Mine. Recovery furnaces were built in 1858, and the town of Minersville was founded nearby in 1859. An attempt was made to produce bullets from the Lincoln Mine ore, but an element in the lead made it too hard. The element turned out to be the silver that later made Beaver County famous. Horn Silver Mine: An exciting chapter in United States history was the 1875 discovery of the Horn Silver Mine in the San Francisco Mountains of western Beaver County. Mining districts had been opened as early as 1871, but the Horn Silver gave impetus to one of the biggest "rushes" of history. There were numerous roaring mining camps in the San Francisco district, but Frisco (peak population of over 6,000) was the wildest in the West. Mines in the county were heavy producers of gold, silver, copper, lead, zinc, and some tungsten. Read More of Beaver's History. Take a more in-depth look at Beaver County's history.


Our cabins are rustic, with beds (FULL AND TWIN), electricity, and a TV with nearby bathrooms and showers.
Fire ring and patio for your enjoyment
Check-in time is 3:00 P.M. Check-out is 11:00 A.M.
The Cabins are rustic and do NOT have A/C units in them.

Our cabins are closed in the winter due to freezing temperatures

Hours of operation

We are open Monday - Thursday from 9 am - 7 pm and Friday - Sunday from 8 am - 7 pm. If you have missed us - Don't Worry. We have a night registration area  just to the left of our registration office. Please fill out the envelope completely and legibly, place the proper amount of money required for each site or include your card information on the envelope, and place it in the night drop box - then take the site map to find your site.


Quiet hours 10 pm to 7 am - we request that you keep noise to a minimum out of consideration for your neighbors.


Visitors are welcome but must register at the office prior to entering the park - $3.00 per additional adult is charged if they use the showers or pool.

General information items

We are a small, quiet campground with great views of the mountains. We offer individual and group tent sites, some with electricity.
We have full hook-ups at all of our sites and pets are welcome.
Fire pits at all sites - restrictions may occur if there is fire danger.
Firewood and ice are available for purchase.
Heated pool is open 9 am to 8 pm - Summer only.

We have a Pool table, Free Arcade games, Playing cards, Board games, a Pickleball court, a Basketball court, a Swimming pool, a Volleyball net, giant Connect 4, giant Jenga, Playground, Frisbee golf and Corn hole.
There are two areas for dogs - one grassy on-leash area and a dog run with agility toys.

Speed Limits

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.
When exiting, please use caution as there is an ATV crossing at the stop sign.


Early check-in and late check-out may be available for an additional $6.00. Please check with front desk for availability
• RV & Tent – 1:00 PM
• Cabin, Deluxe Cabin – 3:00 PM
• RV & Tent – 11:00 AM
• Cabin, Deluxe Cabin– 11:00 AM

Internet & Wi-Fi

Free Wi-Fi is available at all sites. We have installed 8 antennas and increased the megs for better service; no password is required.
Cable TV is available on some of our sites.


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 dogs on the tent sites or on the playground. No aggressive dogs are allowed. Always clean up after your pet and be sure to visit our enclosed dog park with agility toys. We sell sturdy dog toys and have wonderful dog cookies.

Meet Your Hosts

Teresa Sparks, Manager.  Preston Menlove, Owner

Welcome to this small, clean campground with its long pull-thru sites and full hook-ups at every site. We look forward to serving you and your family.

Meet our new Manager, Teresa Sparks, from Henderson, Nevada. She is excited to join the team here in Beaver, Utah, and welcome you to join us this season for a cozy camping getaway amidst stunning foliage, crisp air, and the warm glow of campfires.
With well-maintained sites, friendly staff, and a range of amenities, Beaver Journey KOA offers the perfect setting for your autumn adventure. Whether you're an RV enthusiast or prefer tent camping, book now and create unforgettable memories in the heart of nature.

Teresa Sparks, KOA Manager