Big Creek Campground Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Big Creek sits on the banks of the Flathead River’s North Fork at the front door of Glacier National Park. Flowing along and defining the park’s western boundary, the North Fork is one of Montana’s premier rivers and in 1976 was designated a part of the National Wild and Scenic River System from the Canadian border to its confluence with the Middle Fork. At the campground, the sites are set among lodgepole pines, and the rushing waters of the North Fork can be heard everywhere.
At the campground, the sites are set among lodgepole pines, and the rushing waters of the North Fork can be heard everywhere. The best sites are 5–15, because they back up to the river and have plenty of space between them. If these aren’t available, sites 16, 17, and 19–22 also have a fair amount of privacy, since they are on the outside loop with no other sites behind them."