It is BLM and it’s FREE! You do have to register with the host when you pull in. It’s the first camper on the left. It’s rocky ground but that never bothered us. You just pick wherever you want that’s large enough for your needs. It’s not actual sites, it just a large area and you pick where you want and can fit your rig. Fires are aloud and that’s great. There are fire pits made of the rocks there from previous campers or you can make another. It’s primitive. It’s also pretty quiet..day and night. One of the pictures is of Dome Rock that is close to go visit but not at this camping area.
In my opinion, they have the best “On the river sites”, and all those sites make a cul de sac down on the river. So if you have a large group you can all take up those spots and pretty much have your own area. If not, you can just reserve and make some great friends. The river is rushing by literally at your back door. There are little house/cabins also. Even if you don’t camp in those sites, the whole campground is very nice and well kept. Some of the pics were taken right at our site.
Our first time here and really enjoyed it. The park at lakeside had recently flooded but we were not there to go to the water and our site was not effected at all. The sites are large and all come with a covered picnic table, a fire pit, a bbq grill and hook ups except sewer where we were but we didn’t need it. They have a dump station also. Great price!