Indian Creek Recreation Area


This campground with 19 sites is situated next to Indian Creek Reservoir. These sites are suitable for recreation vehicles up to 34' or tents. The restrooms have flush toilets and hot showers. Drinking water is provided and a sanitary dump station (fee charged) is available. A tents-only area, with parking nearby, has 10 sites. Both camp ares are first-come, first-serve. A day-use area has four picnic sites, a boat ramp, large parking lot and restrooms with flush toilets. A group campsite (tents only) is available by advance reservations for groups of up to 40 campers. Make reservations at (775) 855-6000 at the BLM Carson City District Office.

Overnight camping fees are: RV/tent single site-- $20 per night RV/tent double site- $32 per night tent area single site- $14 per night tent area double site- $20 per night Group site- $50 per night There is no charge for use of the day area, which includes the picnic grounds an boat ramp. All camp site use is limited to 14 days per visit. The campground generally opens the first weekend in May and closes late September to early October.


From Carson City, NV, take US Highway 395 south for 12 miles to State Highway 88. Go south 15 miles on State Highway 88 to Woodfords, CA. At Woodfords, turn south onto State Highway 89 towards, Markleeville, and go approximately 5 miles to the directional sign for Indian Creek Reservoir.





Markleeville, CA 96120


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