For either a driving approach on CO145 from Lizard Head Pass or CO62/CO145 Placerville, follow CO145 1.8 miles west from the CO145 junction (traffic circle) referred to by many as "Society Turn/Junction." You'll be following the segment of CO145 that leads into Telluride. At 1.8 miles, turn north (left) onto FR637, a graded dirt road. Follow that road .75 mile to a switchback with some limited parking. This is the trailhead for Eider Creek. Overnight camping here would only be possible in a vehicle. There's really no room for a tent, but 7 - 8 vehicles can fit here. Continue along the dirt road another 1.0 mile, passing 3 other camp spots on the left (none very large or level and can only fit one vehicle) to the Mill Creek TH which is just before a locked gate and ponds above. There is very limited parking here along the road and one small pullout. The trail is on the north side of the road, about 50 yards back from the gate. This trail is considered a "short-cut" to the Deep Creek Trail and will also intersect the "Sneffels Highline Trail." There is no toilet available here and no privacy. Make plans accordingly. A wag bag would be good to have.