Ladysmith Campground is a primitive campground near Boulder River. ACTIVITIES Camping: There are six primitive sites available on a first come, first served basis.
Lady Smith Campground has meet the same fate as Mormon Gulch Campground. This was a nice campground 10-15 years ago, but today it's just a paved loop with overgrown parking pads and one“Pack out your litter” sign. All the campsites are becoming overgrown, the picnic tables have been removed as well as most of the metal fire rings. The outhouse have been removed as has the pump that use to provide water. The campground area is devoid of pine trees, the area is littered with stumps. The tree were removed due to the massive pine beetle kill off, however Aspen Trees are starting to reclaim the area. Their is one site that still has a usable concrete fire pit and previous campers has set timbers from an old table across some stumps to provide a place to sit. You will have to travel to White house campground if you want a functional campground with water, fault toilets and picnic tables with fire rings.