Greek Creek Campground is a furrific place for you and your pooch to stay during your Gallatin Canyon outdoor adventure! Facilities at Greek Creek are on par with most US Forest Service campgrounds in the area -- that is to say, pretty primitive. You definitely won’t find any electricity, showers, or RV hookups here.
But you and your buddy might find that the location is well worth sacrificing some of your creature comforts! Sites at Greek Creek are well-shaded by gorgeous pine and cottonwood trees, and at an elevation of over 5,600 feet, you two should have no problem keeping cool even in the height of summer. Not only that, but the campground is perched on the banks of the Gallatin River. Greek Creek is never exactly crowded, but it’s still best to make your reservation early, especially if you need to stay at one of the campground’s accessible sites. There’s no entrance fee to the area, and sites start at $20.
You and your furry friend are sure to sniff out something to do during your stay here! If casting a line is your idea of a good time, you’re in luck -- this stretch of the Gallatin River is something of a hotspot for trout fishing.
Hound-dog hikers might just think they’ve died and gone to heaven! Looking for a nice, long trek? Then you’d be barking mad not to check out the Swan Creek Trail, a 20-mile, moderately difficult out-and-back stretch that runs through wooded wonderland along the banks of the creek. If you’re in search of a shorter, more sedate stroll, consider walking the Golden Trout Lakes Trail, a lovely five-mile loop.
WiFi isn’t available at Greek Creek, and cellular coverage may be hard to come by. One further note -- bears have been spotted in the area, so take all relevant precautions. Don't fur-get to bring waste bags for your four-pawed pal, and have a great time at Greek Creek Campground!