Address 1: Spotted Bear Ranger District
Address 2: Flathead National Forest
Number of Sites: 4
About: The site is located in an old growth stand of trees. It is a moderate use site that usually has open campsites during the middle of the week. It often is used as a base for fishing in the summer and for the late season hunt in late October and November.
This is a remote location and there is no cell phone service in the area. The closest public phone is located 10 miles west at the Spotted Bear Ranger Station. Phone, gas, and food are located 63 miles north in the town of Hungry Horse.
Fees: No Fee
Closest Towns: Hungry Horse (MT)
Restrictions: There is a 14 day stay limit, and also food storage requirements for human and stock food, garbage, and other attractants. See Visitor Guidelines.
Restrooms: Vault Toilet
Directions: Beaver Creek Campground is accessed from Highway 2. From the town of Hungry Horse, drive east on Highway 2 for ½ mile to the East Side Reservoir Road #38. Turn right (south) onto Road #38 and drive on through the town of Martin City. After two miles the pavement ends and the gravel East Side Reservoir Road continues on 54 miles to Spotted Bear River Road #568. Turn left (east) onto Road #568 and drive 9 miles to Beaver Creek Campground, which is located on the right (south) side of the road.
NOTE: Road #38 between mileposts 37 and 53, and the entire Road #568 both have a winter wildlife closure from 12/1 – 5/14.