Rocky Boy Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana
Deep Creek, Montana
It is not a city, town or village or even a cdp (Census Designated Place), but Deep Creek does have as many as 15 housing units with at least 5 located around Dog Gun Lake. The site of Deep Creek has a weather station. Deep Creek has to be one of Montana's more windier locations. It is on the fringe of the Rocky Mountains. Not quite in the mountains and, thus, it receives the brunt of the chinook winds. It is open to the plains. Deep Creek starts where BIA Rd 1 merges with BIA Rd 2, or the Heart Butte Cutoff Road. It then goes on to the road which leads to Dog Gun Lake. It is 5 miles from where BIA Rd 1 merges with BIA Rd 2, or the Heart Butte Cutoff Road, and Dog Gun Lake. Most of the housing units are located along BIA Rd 2, or the Heart Butte Cutoff Road. The remaining housing units (about 5) are located around Dog Gun Lake. The elevation of Deep Creek is 5,204 feet above sea level. I have no idea what the demographics are. The population is likely between 30 and 60. Deep Creek covers at least 6.0 sq. mi. Though the weather conditions are extreme, it's a good location to commence a town. Below are several google earth photographs of Deep Creek, Blackfeet Reservation.