We have updated the facilities and replaced old equipment to ensure a great day of floating. Our unique approach of limiting the number of canoes per trip provides a relaxing and private alternative to over-crowded trips on other rivers. We outfit trips from 5 to 22 miles. Beaver Creek is a spring-fed stream with lots of Ozark nature, wild life and scenery. The creek holds many opportunities for fishing, swimming and picnicking. Our facilities include: 17 rustic camp sites, each with a picnic table, fire ring, grill and lantern hanger; three RV pads with 30 amp electricity; two rustic cabins; one full-service cabin; a camp store that has all the essentials; a shelter house; a heated bath house with hot showers. We also have a cabin in the Mark Twain National Forest which sleeps eight. We are located in Brownbranch, at the junction of Route 76 and Route W; 20 miles west of Ava; 33 miles northeast of Branson; 45 miles southeast of Springfield. Note: It is against Missouri law to have glass containers of any kind, and foam-type coolers near or on the river.