Indian Creek Campground is nestled in the eastern foothills of the Sierra Nevada between the California towns of Woodfords and Markleeville. Elevation in the area ranges from 5,600 feet at the reservoir to 6,400 feet in the surrounding foothills. Pine trees and sagebrush dot the landscape. Summers are generally warm and dry with daytime temperatures occasionally reaching 90 degrees Fahrenheit, while evenings are cool and comfortable. Sunny and dry days prevail, interspersed with periods of spectacular thunderstorms in the mid-summer months. All natural features are protected; do not destroy, deface or collect. Dead and down wood however, may be used for campfires. Bears are frequent visitors. Do not leave food overnight on tables or in tents. Use "bear boxes" provided. Motorized dirt bike, utility (UTV) and all-terrain vehicle (ATV) use is prohibited within the campground. Sanitary dump station for Indian Creek Campground patrons only. There is an additional $10.00 per use fee for this station. No more than one vehicle for single sites. No more than two vehicles per double sites. No overnight camping in the day use/group site parking area.