“observe nature up-close”
Developed to increase environmental awareness in visitors, Beaver Creek Nature Area highlights natural and historical resources in the vicinity. Pioneers named the creek for the numerous beaver they found along the winding spring-fed stream. The stream flows year-round, supplying the numerous plants and animals with water, and in turn, supplying visitors with opportunities to observe nature up-close.
This gem is a nice quiet hiking area with a lot of trails to keep it interesting. The cabin and other visitor info areas don't seem to ever be open or updated, but if you want a nice hike, it's a great place. It can seem pretty deserted sometimes, and is out in the boonies...which can be good or bad, depending on your perspective.
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Beaver Creek Nature Area
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