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(None of the map programs recognize Beaver Dam. They do recognize
(Some of the this information is from the
WIKIPEDIA web site.)
is an unincorporated community in
Mohave County located in the
extreme northwestern corner of the U.S. state of Arizona. It is located
along Interstate 15 approximately 10 miles northeast of
Beaver Dam is located in the 86432 zip code, which had a
population of 1,053 as of the 2000 census.
Beaver Dam is home to the three
schools that make up the Littlefield Unified School
District #9, the
geographically largest school district in Arizona.
Beaver Dam Middle School
located at 3436 E. Rio Virgin Road.
Beaver Dam High
Beaver Dam Elementary
School are located just a block up the road at 3475 E. Rio Virgin Road, with
an overview of the towns and the I-15 Freeway.
Beaver Dam & neighboring
Littlefield, have the distinction of being the only towns in
Arizona along I-15. Owing to its location northwest of
Grand Canyon National Park
and west of the
it is essentially isolated from the rest
of the state. Travel to other towns within Arizona requires crossing
through either Nevada or Utah, or by traversing unpaved roads to Arizona
State Route 389 (which is paved).
Virgin River Gorge is located just to the east of
Some notable businesses located in
Beaver Dam include the
Beaver Dam Station
(Mini Mart and Lottery),
Beaver Dam Bar (Best drink and beer prices in Arizona!),
Chief Sleep Easy RV Park,
the defunct Hamilton Ranch Golf Course
which has recently been reopened to the public as
The Historic Beaver Dam
Kings Kourt RV Park (They also have furnished apartments for rent.)
the Beaver Dam Resort
and RV Park, near I-15.
All are located along
Old Highway 91.
The Post Office
is located in
Beaver Dam on McKnight Boulevard.
Beaver Dam now has a new clinic in a brand new
building behind the fire station!
Beaver Dam/Littlefield Fire Station No.
1 is located in
(No. 2 is located in Desert Springs
and 3 is in Scenic)
Beaver Dam has a large population
of "snowbirds" (retirees from colder latitudes seeking temperate winter
temperatures) during the winter months.
anyone has information about the history of Beaver Dam or
anything that you think would be of interest, please email me
with info and pictures that you may have. Also any links
where I can download information. Thank you.