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Serving the Beaver Creek Communities of Lake Montezuma ~ Rimrock ~ McGuireville of Arizona






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:



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 -


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


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


Members: (RHC) Janet Aniol

RuthAnn Krouse

Walter Miller

Bob Bruno

Jeannette Estes

Rick Rosenzweig

Lorin Adams

Maggie Holt

Lee Weller

Bret Krippene







Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Wet Beaver Creek: An isolated paradise

By Steve Ayers

Staff Reporter




The Verde Independent _ Wet. Beaver..pdf


July 20, 2010

USFS may add 30k more into new wilderness area...

Greg Ruland


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General Management Plan for U. S. National Monuments Montezuma Castle and Montezuma Well



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USFS Wilderness Article.pdf

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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Archeological Attractions

 in Beaver Creek

Residents and visitors alike find a host of historical and recreational attractions in 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 prosperity.

BCRC open space & land preservation goals:

Beaver Creek Golf Course -


Potential Recreation  & Preservation Sites


Dyke Ranch - 310 acres in Lower McGuireville


Bar D Ranch - 100 acres near Montezuma Well FS119

Soda Springs Ranch - 289 acres off FS119


Ward Ranch - 165 acres off FS618


Southwest Academy - 120 acres off FS618


M Diamond Ranch - 111 acres off FS618


Apache Maid Ranch - 55 acres off Cornville Rd


Beaver Creek Area Tourism Businesses






The Verde Valley  Archaeology Center


Nature Conservancy buys Shield Ranch

Shill family seeks preservation for historic 306 acre farmland in Camp Verde