Beaver Creek Regional Council ~ P.O. Box 939 - Rimrock, AZ 86335 ~ Council@BeaverCreekAZ.org
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Serving the Beaver Creek Communities of Lake Montezuma ~ Rimrock ~ McGuireville of
Open Space and Recreation Committee
Open Space and Recreation
The purpose of the Open Space and Recreation Committee shall be to create a vision
for the community's need for open space and recreation. Accordingly, its goals are:
To Identify future parks and open space.
In cooperation with the Transportation committee - work to establish an interconnected
trail system to provide needed off road access residents to access other parts of
the community outside of their cars.
To generate recreational opportunities for all residents.
COMMITTEES SEEKING ACTIVE MEMBERS
If you have an interest in trail systems, golf, recreational facilities or open
space preservation, the Open Space Committee of BCRC would love to hear from you. Contact
Janet Aniol to sign up - Janet_Aniol@BeaverCreekAZ.org
If you have an interest in youth centers, K-12 Education, after school youth programs,
youth recreation, or family services in the Beaver Creek area, the Youth & Family
Committee would love to hear from you. Contact Karin Ward at Karin_Ward@BeaverCreekAZ.org
If you have an interest in planning and zoning, land use and economic issues affecting
the Beaver Creek area we would love to hear from you. Contact Kala Pearson at Kala_Pearson@BeaverCreekAZ.org
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Members: (RHC) Janet Aniol
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Wet Beaver Creek: An isolated paradise
By Steve Ayers
July 20, 2010
USFS may add 30k more into new wilderness area...
SOLICITING PUBLIC COMMENT
Click picture to download file;
General Management Plan for U. S. National Monuments Montezuma Castle and Montezuma
SOLICITING PUBLIC COMMENT
Click picture to download file; LARGE FILE - please be patient
The Ranch House Coalition
MISSION: Preserving a Beaver Creek Landmark through Community Ownership & Management
FALL 2010: Yavapai County grants B C golf course developer/owners 6 months to meet
zoning stipulations & $1.3 million bond guarantees for condo project & course. Meanwhile,
Ranch House Coalition explores community purchase of the 104-acre golf course and
historic restaurant through private bonds. Price an issue.
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in Beaver Creek
Residents and visitors alike find a host of historical and recreational attractions
in the Beaver Creek area:
V Bar V is the largest known petroglyph site in the Verde Valley, as well as the
best preserved. Acquired by the Coconino National Forest in 1994, the site is protected
and kept open to the visiting public.
Montezuma Well National Monument is a limestone sink hole pumping 1.5 million gallons
of water per day - used for irrigation by the Sinaqua Indians some 1000 years ago
Montezuma Castle National Monument is the nation’s best preserved 1000 year old 20-unit
cliff dwelling occupied by the Sinaqua. Cliff & dwelling ruins can be found throughout
the Beaver Creek area.
Land Preservation in Beaver Creek
Open Space Recreation in Beaver Creek
Beaver Creek is home to the M Diamond Ranch offering trail rides and cowboy cookouts
to visitors of the Verde Valley.
Beaver Creek Golf Course, an 18 hole - 72 PAR course closed its doors in Fall 2009
with hopes of reopening as a community owned asset.
Current Open Space News Issues
Sycamore Park is a three acre park in the Beaver Creek community managed by Yavapai
County. Amenities include a ramada, playground equipment, picnic tables and benches,
walking trails along Beaver Creek, rest rooms, drinking fountain, basketball court,
and barbeque grills.
Verde Valley Land Preservation Institute
BCRC supports land preservation & regional open space plans that maintains a balance
between natural and human communities and encourages responsible growth and economic
BCRC open space & land preservation goals:
Enhance parks, recreational opportunities;
Participate in regional planning & strategies for interconnected greenways and trails;