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Beaver Hollow is a camp hideout in Red Dead Redemption 2 in the Roanoke Ridge region of the New Hanover territory.

It lies east of the Kamassa River and due west of Annesburg. It serves as the final location of the camp during the sixth chapter of the game.


In 1899, the caves are home to the Murfree Brood, an inbred family of cruel killers and rapists feared throughout the Roanoke Ridge area. Arthur Morgan and Charles Smith scout the area as a potential camp site as they continue to flee north.

As the Van der Linde Gang continues to decline and members leave while they can, the camp deteriorates into little more than scattered tents. The camp is officially abandoned after Arthur confronts Dutch about Micah and an ensuing Pinkerton raid causes the last remaining members to be routed.

After the Van Der Linde gang disbands, the Murfree Brood move back into the cave and the location becomes a Gang Hideout that can occasionally be cleared for loot.


  • Inside the cave in the western chamber is jewelry, money, and Valerian Root.
  • Slightly southeast near the trail junction is a dreamcatcher.
  • The trail east of Beaver Hollow Is one of the locations where random encounters can happen including an ambush from Murfree Broods, Which is dangerously close to the camp during Chapter 6, players are advised to be careful when travelling along the main trail near Camp


  • If visited during the epilogue, Arthur’s old caravan can be found destroyed and flipped over where it was abandoned.
  • Once Chapter 6 is reached, players cannot make any more donations or restock Medicine and Ammo as the box is destroyed and the ledger is gone, only food can be stocked up indefinitely until after the mission "My Last Boy", Strangely, the amount of money previously donated into the tithing box is still shown.