Beaver Dam State Park in Eastern Nevada has two campgrounds, Campground A and Campground B, though each lies only about a half mile apart.
Upon entering the park area and passing the self-pay station, Campground A is located immediately to the left. Campground A has 10 sites, each with a table and fire pit with a grill. Sites lie on either side of the gravel road that leads to a day-use area and river access.
Water spigots are located throughout the campground, and the campground is served by a couple of vault toilets. Site #3 is ADA-friendly.
Campground B is about a half mile past the pay station and is marked by a sign pointing toward a trailhead. Campground B's sites are slightly smaller, but they are more secluded and tend to have more shade. Sites 11-28 sit along several overlapping loop roads. Several outhouses and water spigots are placed throughout the campground. There is a large covered picnic area available for groups by prior arrangement. A horseshoe pit is located in the center, and the Interpretive Trail begins behind site 18.
All sites are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Camp fees must be paid at the self-pay station at the park's entrance. Firewood is available for sale near the entrance of Campground A. Drinking water is available from April through November. All sites are basic without hookups, and no dump station is available.