We did the White River as an early season float last year. I can't find it in my log, but I believe it was running a little above 3,000. The water actually moves pretty good at this level. We ran shuttle before we put on the first day (takes longer than you think) and still covered about 20 miles with plenty of time for a cold one. Camped a couple miles above Atchee Wash (sp?). By the time we started looking for campsites on the second day there were no cottonwoods to be found and the left side of the river had tons of sheep, with an equal amount of sheepshit, and some not so friendly looking sheep dogs. We actually ended up taking out the second day and camping at the BLM campground at Enron--not a soul to be seen. Might be different on Memorial day. So if you want to make a three day, two night trip, camp early on the second day because the pickins are slim on the right and you'll have to deal with sheep on the left. Sheep might be in a different pasture, but it seemed to be a common complaint in the takeout log.
Oh yeah, there is a campground right in the middle of Rangely in a large cottonwood grove. You can walk to bar in about 5 minutes, probably less...if that's your thing.