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Are you coming to Beaver, Utah for a baseball tournament? If so, why not stay an extra day or two and turn your baseball trip into a family vacation? With endless outdoor activities available, and some pretty cool in-town attractions too, Beaver, Utah is an excellent getaway for all ages.
Once your baseball games wrap up (or before they begin), we recommend the following activities and attractions perfect for the whole family.
This alpine lake is roughly one hour from Beaver at an elevation of 9,672 feet. It is stocked with rainbow and brook trout and is also a great spot for paddle boarding with no waves to contend with. Rent stand-up paddleboards at Tucker High Adventure Tours.
Check-in with Tucker High Adventure Tours for a fantastic UTV ride. Tour destinations include Picture Rock, Ice Caves, Kimberly Mine Ghost Town, Old West Ruins, and the Paiute ATV Trail. Are you an experienced rider? If so, UTV rentals are also available so you can go out on your own. Other available rental equipment includes stand-up paddleboards and mountain bikes.
The Beaver Bench Mountain Bike Trail System is currently a 3-mile mountain bike loop just three miles east of downtown Beaver with plans to expand. A great beginner mountain bike ride, the Beaver Bench Bike Trail System provides beautiful valley views. Begin your Beaver Bench mountain bike ride at the Mammoth Crossing Trailhead. Rent mountain bikes from Tucker High Adventure Tours and e-bikes from Rock’n J.
This iconic Beaver Business is a must-see! The Creamery’s all-day dairy-inspired menu offers fresh, high-quality meals made with local ingredients whenever possible. Ice cream made using milk produced by the brand’s family farm-owners makes for a perfect way to wrap up a meal.
The Creamery also sells a handful of cheeses, each expertly crafted to suit the palates of its visitors, as well as its famous cheese curds, aka squeaky cheese, of which it sells two to three thousand pounds each weekend during peak season.
The Beaver Courthouse was destroyed by a fire in 1882, rebuilt, and used through 1975. Now strictly a museum, it contains the US flag flown on the USS Utah, which sank during the attack on Pearl Harbor. Also displayed are re-created judges’ chambers, court recorders’ and sheriff’s offices, and several 19th-century items. The jail in the basement was used through 1976. While you’re there, take the free Historic Courthouse Audio Tour.
Granite Peak Reservoir is a stunning pool tucked into a narrow rock canyon. Getting here takes a pretty quick little hike with a round trip of approximately 40 minutes. But make sure to climb around these rocks and explore the area because there is a geocache hiding on the north side of the pool.
The lake is more than 900 acres when full. Adjacent to the lake, you’ll find a county-operated campground and paved boat ramp where you can rent paddle boats and life jackets for a couple of hours. There is also a great park for kids with natural climbing structures and lots of opportunities for play.