Beaver Dam State Park is eastern Nevada's most remote park and is a popular area for hikers and nature enthusiasts who enjoy its primitive and rustic character. The 5,500-acre park is located approximately 34 miles east of Caliente adjacent to the Utah border.
The park’s primary features include deep canyons, pinion and juniper forests, a flowing stream and numerous beaver dams. The park offers fishing, camping, picnicking, hiking, photography and nature study. Facilities include campgrounds, a group use area, a day-use picnic area and hiking and interpretive trails.
Beaver Dam is located six miles north of Caliente on U.S. 93, then 28 miles east on a graded gravel road. The park is open all year, but travel may be hampered in the winter.
P.O. Box 176, Panaca, NV 89042