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Dam Site Lake

Description: Class A park with flush toilets, showers, trailer dump station, designated camping spaces, trash containers, and drinking water. Several campsites are available for reservation through www.recreation.gov. The picnic shelter located at the cut-off wall in the day use area is approximately 1/4 mile from the campground is also available for reservation.

Location: Dam Site Lake is located 9 miles west of Eureka Springs on U.S. Highway 62, then 3 miles south on paved access road State 187 to dam.

Facilities: 48 campsites with electricity. 1 picnic shelter.

Fees: Day use fee applies. Campsites with 30 amp electricity are $18, and campsites with 50 amp electricity are $19. 1 picnic shelter at $75 (note: In addition to the $75 shelter reservation fee, each vehicle is required to pay a $4 Area Use Fee).

Open: Fee season April 1 - October 31.

Dam Site River

Description: Class A park with flush toilets, showers, trailer dump station, designated camping spaces, trash containers, and drinking water. All 59 campsites are available for reservation through www.recreation.gov.

Location: Dam Site, River is located 9 miles west of Eureka Springs on U.S. Highway 62, then 2.5 miles south on paved access road State 187 to dam.

Facilities: 59 campsites with electricity. Sites 1-12 have 50 amp electric and water to each site.

Fees:  Campsites with 30 amp electricity are $16, and campsites with 50 amp electricity and water are $19.

Open: Fee season April 1 - October 31.

Hickory Creek

Description: Class A park with flush toilets, showers, trailer dump station, designated camping spaces, trash containers, and drinking water. Several campsites are available for reservation through www.recreation.gov. Two picnic shelters and five multi-family shelters are located in the day use area and are available for reservation. A multipurpose field for soccer, football, etc. is located in the day use area.

Location: Hickory Creek is located 1 mile north of Springdale on U.S. Highway 71, then 7 miles east on State Highway 264, then 1 mile north on Benton County Road 602.

Facilities: 61 campsites with electricity. 2 picnic shelters.

Fees: Day use fee applies. Campsites with 50 amp electricity are $19. Picnic shelters at $75 and multi-family shelters are $25 (note: In addition to the $75 or $25 shelter reservation fee, each vehicle is required to pay a $4 Area Use Fee).

Open: Fee season April 1 - October 31.

Horseshoe Bend

Description: Class A park with flush toilets, showers, trailer dump station, designated camping spaces, trash containers, and drinking water. Several campsites are available for reservation through www.recreation.gov. Two picnic shelters are located in the day use area and one picnic shelter is located in the campground. Both are available for reservation.

Location: Horseshoe Bend is located 5 miles east of Rogers on State Highway 94.

Facilities: 188 campsites with electricity. 2 picnic shelters.

Fees: Day use fee applies. Campsites with 30 amp electricity are $18, double campsites with 30 amp electricity are $32, and primitive campsites with no electricity are $14. Picnic shelters at $75 (note: In addition to the $75 shelter reservation fee, each vehicle is required to pay a $4 Area Use Fee).

Open: Fee season April 1 – October 31.

Indian Creek

Description: Class A park with flush toilets, showers, trailer dump station, designated camping spaces, trash containers, and drinking water. Several campsites are available for reservations though www.recreation.gov. The other campsites are non-reservable and are occupied on a first-come first-serve basis.

Location: Indian Creek is located 5 miles east of Gateway, then 4 miles south on Benton County Road 89.

Facilities: 33 campsites with electricity.

Fees: Day use fee applies. Campsites with 30 amp electricity are $18.

Open: Fee season May 1 - September 30.

Lost Bridge North

Description: Class A park with flush toilets, showers, trailer dump station, designated camping spaces, trash containers, and drinking water. All 48 campsites are available for reservation through www.recreation.gov. There is a primitive youth camping area for use by small groups and is available for reservation year round through www.recreation.gov. The fee is $40 per night.

Location: Lost Bridge North is located 6 miles southeast of Garfield on State Highway 127.

Facilities: 48 campsites with electricity.

Fees: Day use fee applies. Campsites with 30 amp electricity are $18. Youth camping area is $40.

Open: Fee season April 1 - September 30.

Lost Bridge South

Description: Class A park with flush toilets, showers, trailer dump station, designated camping spaces, trash containers, and drinking water. Several campsites are available for reservation through www.recreation.gov.

Location: Lost Bridge South is located 5 miles southeast of Garfield on State Highway 127.

Facilities: 36 campsites with electricity. 1 picnic shelter.

Fees: Day use fee applies. Campsites with 50 amp electricity are $19, and campsites with 50 amp electric and water are $20.

Open: Fee season May 1 - September 30.

Prairie Creek

Description: Class A park with flush toilets, showers, trailer dump station, designated camping spaces, trash containers, and drinking water. All 112 campsites are available for reservation through the www.recreation.gov; as well as three picnic shelters and three multi-family shelters are located in the day use area. The Prairie Creek Grand Shelter is located in the day use area and is available for reservation.

Location: Prairie Creek is located 4 miles east of Rogers on State Highway 12, then 1 mile on access road.

Facilities: 112 campsites with electricity. 4 picnic shelters and 3 multi-family shelters.

Fees: Day use fee applies. Campsites with 30 amp electricity are $18, campsites with 50 amp electric are $19, and campsites with 50 amp electricity and water are $20. Picnic shelters are $75 or $60, multi-family shelters are $25, and the Prairie Creek Grand Shelter are $200 (note: The 300-person Grand Shelter has a full kitchen, serving station, restrooms, PA system, and stereo. In addition to any shelter reservation fee, each vehicle is required to pay a $4 Area Use Fee).

Open: Fee season April 1 - October 31.

Rocky Branch

Description: Class A park with flush toilets, showers, trailer dump station, designated camping spaces, trash containers, and drinking water. Several campsites are available for reservations though www.recreation.gov. The other campsites are non-reservable and are occupied on a first-come first-serve basis. Two picnic shelters are available for reservation.

Location: Rocky Branch is located 11 miles east of Rogers on State Highway 12, then 4.5 miles northeast on State Highway 303.

Facilities: 44 campsites with electricity. 2 picnic shelters.

Fees: Day use fee applies. Campsites with 30 amp electricity are $18, and campsites with 50 amp electricity are $19. Picnic shelters are $75 (note: In addition to the $75 shelter reservation fee, each vehicle is required to pay a $4 Area Use Fee.)

Open: Fee season April 1 – Labor Day Holiday.

Starkey

Description: Class A park with flush toilets, trailer dump station, designated camping spaces, trash containers, and drinking water. Several campsites are available for reservations though www.recreation.gov. The other campsites are non-reservable and are occupied on a first-come first-serve basis. The picnic shelter is available for reservation..

Location: Starkey is located 4 miles west of Eureka Springs on U.S. Highway 62, then 4 miles southwest on State Highway 187, then 4 miles southwest on Carroll County Road 2176.

Facilities: 23 campsites with electricity. 1 picnic shelter.

Fees: Day use fee applies. Campsites with 30 amp electricity are $18, campsites with 30 amp, water and sewer are $21. Picnic shelter is $75 (note: In addition to the $75 shelter reservation fee, each vehicle is required to pay a $4 Area Use Fee.

Open: Fee season May 1 – Labor Day Holiday.

War Eagle

Description: Class A park with flush toilets, showers, trailer dump station, designated camping spaces, trash containers, and drinking water. Several campsites are available for reservations though www.recreation.gov. The other campsites are non-reservable and are occupied on a first-come first-serve basis The picnic shelter is located near the campground and is available for reservation.

Location: War Eagle is located 10 miles east of Springdale on State Highway 412, then 3 miles north on Washington County Road 95.

Facilities: 26 campsites with electricity. 1 picnic shelter.

Fees: Day use fee applies. Campsites with 30 amp electricity are $18. Picnic shelter is $75 (note: In addition to the $75 shelter reservation fee, each vehicle is required to pay a $4 Area Use Fee.

Open: Fee season May 1 – Labor Day Holiday.

General Information

Reserved group camping. Youth camping - $20 per night at Lost Bridge North.

Class A parks have flush toilets, showers, trailer dump stations, visitor assistance, designated camp spaces, trash containers and water.

 

 

 

 

 

 

PLEASE BE AWARE:

DUE TO UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES SUCH AS HIGH LAKE LEVELS, FACILITY CONSTRUCTION OR REPAIR, OR STOR DAMAGE, IT MAY BE NECESSARY TO CLOSE CERTAIN FACILITIES.  CAMPSITE RESERVATIONS MAY BE CANCELED. BOAT RAMPS AND SWIM BEACHES MAY NOT BE USABLE. LAKE USERS ARE URGED TO USE CAUTION AS UNDERWATER HAZARDS MAY NOT BE VISIBLE. CONTACT THE BEAVER LAKE PROJECT OFFICE (479-636-1210) OR CALL THE PARK ATTEDANT IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS.

 

NOTICE: TUBE KITING IS PROHIBITED AT BEAVER LAKE

 

 

 

 

 

 


                                                                                                                                            

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


                                                                                                                                            

 

 

Park Attendant Contracts

Park Attendant Contracts

Park Attendant contracts are a vital part of the Corps of Engineers recreation program. These couples are private individuals who work under contract for the Corps of Engineers. Contracts at Beaver Lake require a two-person team.

Some of the responsibilities include collecting camping and day use fees, registering campers and visitors, maintaining campground status reports, reservation reports, user fee collection reports, posting campsite reservations,, providing general information to the visiting public, surveillance of the park, and informing the visiting public about rules and regulations. Park attendants are responsible to purchase all supplies necessary to meet the terms of the contract. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will provide all necessary fee collection supplies. Most parks utilize the National Recreation Reservation Service (NRRS) computer system and software. Computer paper, fee books, maps and brochures will be provided by the Government.

Park attendants are required to live in the campground on a camping site provided by the Corps of Engineers. The camping site includes electrical, water, private phone line, and sewer service. Private phones will be at the cost of the attendants. They will be required to provide a self-contained recreational RV or trailer. Park attendants who are interested in bidding on contracts should first the Little Rock District Contracting homepage (http://www.swl.usace.army.mil/contracting/index.html) for information on how to register and receive requests for bids.

Prospective bidders are required to supply a DUNS number (obtained from Duns and Bradstreet at 1-800-335-0505 or on their website. After receipt of the DUNS number, contractors must be registered in the Central Contractor Registration (CCR) Database prior to any award. Lack of registration in the CCR database will make an offeror ineligible for award. The CCR Web site may be accessed at http://www.ccr.gov.

A paper form for registration may be obtained from the DOD Electronic Commerce Information Center at (800) 334-3414 or email dodedi@acq.osd.mil.

Contracts will not be awarded to bidders who are not registered. Once you are registered with CCR, you will receive a Trading Partner Identification Number (TPIN) and issued a Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE). The CAGE code is required when the bid is submitted. The TPIN is proof that you are registered.

You may also contact the Beaver Project Office at (479) 636-1210, ext. 1710, or visit the office at 2260 N, 2nd Street, Rogers, AR 72756 for general information about the Park Attendant program.