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Beaver Creek Nature Area

48351 264th Street
605-594-3824

Developed to increase environmental awareness in visitors, Beaver Creek Nature Area highlights natural and historical resources in the vicinity. Pioneers named the creek for the numerous beaver they found along the winding spring-fed stream. The stream flows year-round, supplying the numerous plants and animals with water, and in turn, supplying visitors with opportunities to observe nature up-close.



Reviews

Keith Knobloch

Rating:
Sunday, April 22, 2018
I love coming out here because it still feels like an actual nature area. Trails are nice, could be a little better maintained, but that's what makes it feel a little more natural. trails are not very well-marked and in the spring can be quite muddy so be aware. If you're looking for a place to get away Beaver Creek is great!

Aaron Worlie

Rating:
Sunday, June 24, 2018
Very clean, well kept. Nice facilities. Only downside is that it's really just a well kept creek, so nothing crazy. Good area to play with dogs, and lots of parking.

Ryan Tellberg

Rating:
Thursday, Feb. 1, 2018
Family friendly historical location with rich trails low and highland paths and many water features. Also several areas to set up shop and have a fire and do some grillinz. There is a restroom area near the cabin area in the SW part of the preserve. Very beautiful area.

Joey Sanders

Rating:
Friday, Aug. 4, 2017
Bottom line up front: Nice trails, no state parks pass required, and not busy. Trails are challenging enough to get a good workout in, but gentle enough to take small children on. There's restroom if you need it, picnic tables and shelters, and ample parking. It's not as busy as some of the other parks in the area, but it's a bit out of the way. There's a few offshoots on the loops, so be mindful of where you're at. Your cellphone will have service out there as well.

Julia Kent

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Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018
Really cool trails and scenery. Quiet and out of the way from a lot of people.

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