If you head out here with dozens of cams to climb the world-famous sandstone splitter cracks, you're going to be deeply disappointed, for this is not "The Creek"; it is an obscure limestone sport area in Montana.
Just north of Townsend on U.S. 287, there is a bridge. Just north of it, there is a road signed for Indian Creek heading west. Follow that road a short distance and head right at a junction. Drive about 3.5 mi and bear right again at an intersection. After that, park in a small parking area on the right side of the road.
All the routes are along the cliffs you pass before reaching the parking area.
Because I have only been here once and do not own a guidebook covering the area, and because the MP page arranges the walls alphabetically and has few helpful pictures, I'm afraid I can do little here that the MP page does not. However, I hope this page will be at least some help to users.
Late spring through early fall.
I'm not sure if camping is allowed here, but even if it is, there is very little room for it. You could probably sleep in your car at the parking area.