Beaver Creek Canoe re-opening April 1

Beaver Creek Canoe Rental & Campground will re-open April 1 under new ownership.

Beaver Creek’s new owners, Barry and Jan Dougherty, have added a brand new bath house, new fishing kayaks and updated each campsite with a picnic table, fire ring with grill grate, and lantern hanger.

A camp store will also be on the premises with a wide variety of camping and fishing items.

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“We’re real excited about the new log cabin-style bathhouse built by Rustic Ozark Log Cabins out of Salem, Missouri,” said Jan. “They will also build our cabins along the creek so the whole place will have a new appearance.”

Float trips offered will range from five to 22 miles in length. Shuttle service of private equipment is also available. Beaver Creek is a great location for fishing, hiking in the Mark Twain Forest, and day trips to Branson.

Beaver Creek Canoe Rental is located six miles east of Bradleyville on Highway 76 where State Road W intersects. You can visit them online at and on Facebook. They can be reached at (417) 796-2336.

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