Yes, really! When water levels are right, you’ll camp on a sand bar in the middle of the river. You are prohibited from camping on the shoreline – sand bars on the river only. The river is State land and, at present, you do not need a permit to camp on the sand bars. However, you do need to arrive by watercraft in order to be permitted to camp on the sand bars. Sand bars are first come, first served. While we operate on a MUCH less traveled portion of the river, you may find that you need to share a sand bar on a rare occasion (like during higher water) – get to know your neighbors, respect each other and enjoy!