Inteactive map of the Beaver Lake area
Access from Fayetteville by traveling highway 45 east, taking 303
North, through War Eagle Mill, then West on highway 12 until the
Rocky Branch sign appears on the right. PRAIRIE CREEK
is the next section of the lake that you will run upon after the
highway 12 bridge. (travel time is approximately 45 minutes
to an 1 hour from Fayetteville to Rocky Branch)
Access from Springdale by traveling east on 412 through Sonora
to the Highway 412 bridge which is actually called BLUE SPRINGS
and is part of Beaver and is highly recommended for serious skiers.
War Eagle can be accessed by continuing on 412 through Nob
Hill veering to the left on War Eagle Road and traveling on this road
for 3.0 miles.
Access from 71B which is just North of Springdale can be
attained by traveling East on highway 264 for 6.5 miles. You must
look carefully for the signs on this road to be able to find
Access from Rogers can be attained by any one of Four roads.
Highway 94 East will lead to Monte Ne if a left turn is made
on 94 South. If you don't turn off onto 94 South you will eventually
end up at Horseshoe Bend.
Access from Rogers on highway 12 East is a very popular route
because it is only 4.1 miles from Rogers. After reaching the four
mile mark it's a good idea to start looking for signs indicating that
the Prairie Creek turn will be on the left. Rocky Branch
can be accessed from this highway as well and is approximately 12
miles from the highway 12 bridge, look for a sign on the left (303)
indicating ROCKY BRANCH.
Access from Garfield on highway 127 East will lead you to Lost
Bridge which is a nice part of the lake and is often less populated.
Access from Gateway on highway 62 will lead to Indian Creek
and is reached by watching for the signs and is approximately 5 miles
South off Highway 62.
Access to the DAM SITE can be reached by continuing on highway
62. From Gateway to Busch which are 8.5 miles apart, then turning
right after the signs indicating the DAM SITE, which is approximately
3 miles to the water. From Eureka the DAM SITE can be reached by traveling
North West on highway 62 until you reach highway 187 West and travel
6-8 miles to the DAM.
The roads mentioned are not exclusive, other routes are possible.
These routes are most likely the more popular methods of getting to