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Beaverdam Reservoir

Things To Do


Enjoy a beautiful day on the placid waters of Beaverdam Reservoir. Guests can bring non-gas, car-top launch vessels during daylight hours including kayaks, canoes, jon boats and stand-up paddleboards. Small electric motors are permitted, but trailers are not permitted (Beaverdam does not have a boat launch). Lifejackets are required on the Beaverdam Reservoir. Typical pool floats or tow-behind rafts are not permitted. Launching requires a small daily fee, per vessel.  Annual Shore Launch passes, per vessel are available for purchase at Brambleton Golf Course.  Please see Beaverdam's About page for Boating Rules & Regulations and FAQ page to help you prepare for your adventure at Beaverdam Reservoir.  



Beaverdam Reservoir, trail

Hiking Trails

Enjoy a leisurely hike along the western bank of Beaverdam Reservoir. The trail, which travels through the woods along the reservoir offers an opportunity to see a variety of wildlife, including an array of different birds. The trail also offers some wonderful views of the reservoir. A portion of the trail is closed during the construction of Reservoir Park at Beaverdam Reservoir. Please see our FAQ page to help you prepare for your adventure at Beaverdam Reservoir.  

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