Summer is time to visit Montana Creek RV Park. Montana Creek offers fishing for king, pink, silver and chum salmon, rainbow trout, and grayling with a few Dolly Varden late in the season; trout fishing also picks up steam as the season progresses and the salmon begin to spawn.
Fishing is great at Montana Creek Campground along the Glenn Highway in Alaska. Fishing for rainbow trout, king, silver, pink and chum salmon adds plenty of excitement for the anglers looking for that campground with great fishing for their Alaskan vacation.
Description - Popular family campground for it's fishing and the paved walking and biking trail with underpasses at the George Parks Highway and a bridge that crosses over Montana Creek. Big sites with a wilderness Alaskan touch make your stay a lot more enjoyable than the crowded RV parks with no atmosphere or character.
Number of sites - 67 Dry Sites - 44 Number of Pull-Thru Sites - 18 Max Length - 70+ Feet Services - Extremely well kept and clean campground with on site maintenance and managers. Firewood - Available Store - Well Stocked Additional Amenities - Fishing gear, ice, groceries and more. Paved trail with underpasses on the George Parks Highway and a bridge over Montana Creek. Payment Methods Accepted - Visa, Mastercard, Cash
Wonderful fishing access to Montana Creek, nicely wooded secluded spots with no hookups, some wide open spots with hookups available. Quaint little store with wonderfully friendly host. Great hiking trails down to the confluence of Montana Creek into the Susitna River. Recycling bins for plastic bottles as aluminum cans available.
This is a beautiful spot right on the creek. You can just walk from your camper to the creek just on the other side of the retaining wall. It is heavily wooded and would be difficult to maneuver with a larger RV or toy hauler.
This is a great place to stop and fish and look for wildlife. Amazing views, trees, and FISH..
This is a great place to fish and play but it is located right next to the Parks Highway which can be loud and busy with tourists and semis in the summer. If you’re sleeping in a camper the noise might not be so bad but the Alaska Highway doesn’t have a quiet hour.
We have stayed here a few times and it has been nice. The area is great for fishing, we have always only fished there for silvers in early fall. Many places to hike around and you’re right on the creek. Campground is kept well and clean. I don’t feel like we had enough privacy between camp spots.