Ended up having to search for a dispersed camp sight since the fee based camp ground was full. Felt a little bummed and worried, until I discovered my own little paradise, nestled into a stand of cottonwood trees. Access to our own little beach! Other people came and camped up near the road, while we stayed tucked out of view from the road and other campers. Plenty of space for everyone, and a very convenient spot for a short drive further down the road. There are a few petroglyphs to see, another launch ramp for boaters, and a small hiking trail that leads to an epic view of the river. Advice, don't camp under the cottonwood in the spring. Adorable fuzzy caterpillars by the dozens happily poo down onto the ground and eventually will be dropping like fuzzy, leggy raindrops. They get on everything. Other than that minor inconvenience, it was amazing and I WILL be back!