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Beaver Creek (Camas Creek tributary) is located in Idaho
Beaver Creek (Camas Creek tributary)
Location of the mouth of Beaver Creek in Idaho
Country United States
State Idaho
Counties Clark County, Idaho, Jefferson County, Idaho
Physical characteristics
Main source near Monida Pass, Clark County, Idaho
7,367 ft (2,245 m)
River mouth Camas Creek
north of Hamer, Jefferson County, Idaho
4,810 ft (1,470 m)
Length 58 mi (93 km)

Beaver Creek is a 58-mile (93 km) long tributary of Camas Creek in the U.S. state of Idaho. Beginning at an elevation of 7,367 feet (2,245 m) near Monida Pass in northern Clark County, it flows generally south through the communities of Humphrey, Spencer, and Dubois. Continuing into Jefferson County, it reaches its mouth north of the town of Hamer, at an elevation of 4,810 feet (1,466 m). It is roughly paralleled by Interstate 15 for its entire length.

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