Originally Posted by Dwave
Please do not camp at any of the established commercial campspots downstream of the bridge. If you're camping around the bridge, take out river right at the bridge and camping right there. There's an old train car, flat ground and fire rings right there.
As for the train, I agree with JMack. Pack your gear in the back of your boat, self-support, and then run Rockwood at the end. The hike up and out is no worries and drops you at your rig.
Oh yeah- by anywhere you want, I meant anywhere that is not an established campsite for commercial rafting. Except for 4CRS, those guys are beaters and will never know the difference.