Beaver Dam State Park
|Beaver Dam State Park|
|Nevada State Park|
|- elevation||5,348 ft (1,630 m) |
|Area||2,393 acres (968.4 ha)|
|Management||Nevada Division of State Parks|
Beaver Dam State Park is a state park of Nevada, USA, in the Beaver Dam Mountains of Lincoln County. Located about 30 miles (48 km) east of the town of Panaca on a rough road, Beaver Dam is one of the least accessible state parks in Nevada. It is in the Eastern Nevada Region of Nevada State Parks. Beaver Dam State Park was created by the Nevada Legislature in 1935.
The area has picnicking, camping and hiking. Schroeder Lake, a 15-acre (6.1 ha) reservoir built in the park in 1962, was breached in 2005 after a winter of intense rainfall left the dam dangerously weakened.