We stayed at Indian Creek campground for only two nights on our way to Glacier National Park. With such a short stay it is difficult to give a full impression of the park. What we did experience wasexcellentt.
- New Facilities
- Convenient Location
- Full hookups, including cable
- None during our stay
The park is nestled inside a light-industrial area off the side of the highway but there are rock walls and trees to give it a more isolated and rural feeling. While not an especially pretty park, the grounds are well maintained and it has a peaceful urban park feel.
What we enjoyed most about Indian Creek were its new and well-maintained facilities. After a full month of creepy cobweb filled concrete bathrooms we were treated to clean, full-functioning modern showers with plenty of room and privacy. It sure felt nice to take a hot shower here.
The location was near a gas station and fast food so it was a convenient spot to stay. Deer Creek has a cool historic prison turned museum complex which we paid a visit to during our stay. We also went to a nearby hot spring resort which charges only $8 to use their enormous indoor and outdoor heated swimming pools.
Internet service at Indian Creek was fairly good. We got a strong signal with good download speeds but upload was pretty limited. Like most parks, the quality dropped considerably in the evening as other campers got on-line and started chewing up the limited bandwidth.
If you are passing through the area this is a good place to stop over at a fair price considering the quality of the services.