RV camping with electric hookups and tent camping in landscaped and forested sites. Salmon and trout fishing in creek; conv. store; tackle cache; available shuttle service to upper creek; hiking trails.
If you’ve been traveling awhile and feel that all Campgrounds
look alike, Montana Creek Campground
will offer a refreshing change of pace… perennial gardens, displays of wildflowers and a variety of berries tucked between birch and spruce trees; view bald eagles fishing for salmon and trout from the creek, grouse and ptarmigan fluttering past, and not to leave out the occasional moose or nosey black bear meandering nearby. Venture onto one of many walking trails lining the creek leading to the mouth of the creek at the Susitna River or up into the mountains.
Portions of the campground are carpeted with lawns; others are beautifully forested, leaving privacy between many of the sites. Several sites are equipped with electric hook-ups; there are also pull-through sites for the larger campers along with smaller sites, accommodating our guests. Each site is equipped with a picnic table, fire ring and BBQ grill. The tackle cache and store on the premises sells fishing gear, tackle and licenses, and rents fishing equipment when available. You’ll find snacks for your backpack, groceries, ice, firewood, and souvenirs. Montana Creek Campground also has a reputation for cleanliness and friendliness.
Small grocery and tackle cache, wood, free WiFi
The campground is located within three miles of showers, cafe, churches, fuel, mechanical parts/repair
Policies & Restrictions
24 hour canellation policy. Check is 2 p.m. Pets welcome, but must be on a leash at all times; owners clean-up after their pets.
Rates & Availability
Prices vary on dry and electric sites. It's a good idea to call and check availability; reservations can be made at that time, but not necessary.
The campground is located near many activities that the Susitna Valley is known for: flight seeing Mt. McKinley, river boating, rafting, dog mushing, and visiting the historical gold-mining town of Talkeetna.
Leaving Anchorage, enter the Glenn Highway headed north; nearing the Wasilla/Palmer interchange, take the Wasilla exit, putting you the Parks Highway headed north; continue north to mile marker 96.5 and you're there. Leaving Fairbanks, enter the Parks Highway headed south and continue to mile marker 96.5 and you're there! That's easy!
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