Beardsley Reservoir is located in a steep rocky canyon of the Middle Fork
Stanislaus River approximately 5 miles downstream from Donnells
Reservoir, 7 miles from Highway 108 on Beardsley Road. Beardsley Road is
a steep and winding paved route where safe travel speeds average 20-30 mph
Beardsley Reservoir is in the Summit
Ranger District of the Stanislaus National Forest. Developed recreation
facilities exist at the reservoir which is popular for camping, day use and
fishing. The reservoir is open all year with road access subject to winter
closure. The end of the boat launch ramp is just in the water when the reservoir
reaches 3,345 feet above sea level.
Beardsley Reservoir visitors enjoy camping, day use and fishing:
- Beardsley Campground with a total of 16 campsites.
- Beardsley Day Use Area: stoves, tables, flush toilets, picnicking, boating,
boat launch ramp, water skiing, fishing and nature trail.
Current Construction and Closure Schedule for Beardsley Reservoir
||Closed: 9/9/13 - 11/26/13
||Miscellaneous cleanup activity the week of 5/26/13.
| Day-Use Area
||Closed: 9/16/13 - 11/27/13
Note: All anticipated opening & closure dates are subject to change at any time without notice. Tri-Dam will regularly update this website for current conditions.
Data for June 17
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Road Information for
The road from Hwy 108 to Beardsley Reservoir is currently open.
Last updated: 6/18/2013 7:35:00 AM