I have included scenic pictures of the lake, first the lake late in the day with fluffy clouds above.
Indian Creek Campground has quite a few different recreational opportunities. I will start with the beach. People set up canopes on hot summer days.
The docks and beach on a smokey evening.
This view is from the boat launch area on a weekday morning. The picnic area is on the far end where the trees are.
The dock, lake and distant mountains.
We enjoyed watching an organized volleyball tourney including campers who had signed up.
A nice playground for those of you with children
Next, I have some pictures of the boat launch area. It is a very nice boat launch.
This sign diagrams the layout of the boat launch with parking.
The basketball court is in the shade of the trees by the boat launch parking lot.
On the beach between the beach and Indian Creek there is a large picnic area with it's own docks, beach and outhouse.
There are several parking spots. This is the only place we could get reception without AT&T phones and it was spotty.
The picnic area has a vault style outhouse but you can take a short walk to a restroom in the campground if you would rather have flushing toilets.
There is a pretty cool fire ring between the picnic area and the playground if you want to use a larger fire ring than you have in your campsite.
There are two very nice horseshoe pits between the campground and the beach.
You may rent a canoe from the park, these are kept near the picnic area.
You will find the entrance to Indian Creek Nature Trail near the picnic area.
Flume information brochure.
This exhibit of a log flume is next to the Nature Trail. Check it out.
Here is a map of the campground and trails. We hiked all three of the trails listed.
I have included a few pictures of Viewpoint Trail.
This is the trail as it climbs above the road.
It gets a bit steep.
There is is a very nice view from the top.
After the viewpoint the trail goes on to Cougar Meadows, but watch out for cougars.
There are several waterfalls around Priest Lake. We only found this one on Hunt Creek.
We found Moose Lake Fishing Pond a short distance from Indian Creek Campground.
Walk down this path to a T and take the right path to Moose Lake Fishing Pond.
I don't know how the fishing is but it was sure picturesque.
Moose Lake fishing pond.