Address: Mountain Loop Highway, Granite Falls WA 98252
Group Site $75 per Night
Reservations can be made up to one (1) year in advance at Recreation.gov or call 1-877-444-6777
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Why Camp Here
The campground is located at the far end of the Mountain Loop Road about 12 miles from the Verlot Public Service Center just past the very small town of Silverton on the South Fork of the Stillaguamish River. It gives you great privacy and is ideal for tents mixed with RVs. The view is spectacular but the campground has a relatively low elevation at about 1,650 feet.
Good to Know
Beaver Creek is a small group site meant for groups of up to 25 persons. The small group site is a good alternative for a few of you trying to find some single sites next to one another. If you were to reserve three or four single sites in another campground you would end up probably paying more than this group site where you get the entire campground to yourselves. Some families like to do the small group sites just so that they can have complete privacy and not have to worry about the dogs or kids wondering into someone else’s site.
There is NO water so bring your own supplies.
If the gates are locked, visit the host or attendant at Gold Basin as you head into to the campground. The host there will have a gate key.
RV use rating is 3 out of 5
Travel to Granite Falls, WA then continue east for about 23 miles on Mountain Loop Highway until you reach Beaver Creek Campground.
To reserve the Beaver Creek Group campground click on the red site number, which will take you to that sites’ Recreation.gov page, or call 1-877-444-6777
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