Beaver Lake Campground is right off of Highway 10 and was easy to find, and because it is so close to the highway, there was lots of road noise at night. The signs on the highway do NOT list the campground. The campground does NOT take reservations because it is a small campground with limited spots.
After checking in at the gas station, there was a short dirt road to drive on. The sites themselves were grass sites, and each RV was alternated for facing forward or backwards. There was one picnic table in-between the RV of the two RV Gypsies and the RV next to them and they would have to share the picnic table, if they were to use it. Luckily they seldom use the picnic table.
No Wi-Fi. No Cable TV, but some TV stations came in via antenna. No pool or hot tub. No rec hall. All sites were full hook-up, 50 amps. No paperwork with rules was given to the RV Gypsies except for the receipt which stated that check-out time was 11 a.m. and there was a $5 fee for washing vehicles.
It appeared that all the RVs here were only for one night, because they all still had their toad attached to the RV. Besides the gas station that also serves as the campground office, there was another gas station right next to it with diesel that was priced higher than other places. There was also a Burger King in one of the gas stations out front, which was the only place close enough to walk to, and of course, the food was not that good.. The two RV Gypsies did not take any photos here.