Tent Sites
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
About Indian Creek (Ut)

Indian Creek Campground is located in a high mountain valley surrounded by beautiful peaks, at an elevation of 8,000 feet. Visitors enjoy exploring the area trails on foot, and by horse and on off-road vehicles.


Horseback riding, hiking and mountain biking are popular activities in the Indian Creek area. Many trails crisscross the surrounding valley and mountainsides.


The campground contains seven large, group-sized campsites that can accommodate from 30 to 70 people. Vault toilets and drinking water are provided, but no electricity or garbage service are available within the campground.

Roads and spurs within the campground are dirt. It can be reached via the well-maintained dirt and gravel Cottonwood Creek Road, which providing relatively easy access for cars and RVs.

Natural Features

Indian Creek is situated in Upper Joe's Valley, on the Wasatch Plateau in Central Utah. A grove of aspens forests the site, offering only limited shade, but bright autumn color. Sagebrush and pines dot the landscape.

Nearby Attractions

Potters Pond is nearby, offering great canoeing and rainbow trout fishing.

The expansive Arapeen OHV Trail System can be accessed close by and has more than 350 miles of designated, well-maintained trails for off-road vehicles. Trails there are suitable for all riding levels.

ADA Access: N

$30.00 - $50.00
National Forest
Drive In
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Trash Available
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RVs and Trailers
Max Length: 40 ft.
Indian Creek (Ut) is located in Utah
39.4428 N
-111.2375 W
Get Directions
From Orangeville, Utah, travel northwest on State Route 29 for approximately seven miles. Turn onto Cottonwood Creek Road 040 and travel north for 12 miles, to Upper Joe's Valley. Continue to the campground.
2 Reviews of Indian Creek (Ut)
Indian Creek

The campground was changed from individual to a group spot campground sites a few years back. Indian Creek CG is nestled in the aspens in a nice valley in the upper Joes Valley. There is running water and outhouses.

Potters ponds are a short drive and offer trout fishing. There are hiking trails; East Mountain Trail and Spoon Creek Spur Trail just north of the campground. There are plenty of opportunities to see wildlife such as deer, elk, coyotes, and we have seen black bears in the area.

First to Review
Amazing views!

It is super nice and clean campsite. Has amazing views and wasn't to packed.