The Upper Colorado River Recreation Area Guide will give you information about dispersed camping locations. This is available at: BLM Colorado | Colorado River Valley Field Office | Recreation | Upper Colorado River
As of Friday, the fire restriction order has become more restrictive, and no fires are allowed (even in the metal fire rings and BBQ grills provided by the BLM). The only type of fire allowed is by a gas stove. No charcoal or wood fires, and no open flames permitted. THe BLM has been posting signs all along that stretch, so you will hopefully be seeing that when you go out.
The BLM strongly recommends bringing a groover/toilet of some kind if you are doing overnight trips. Catholes are not allowed by the river, so you need to pack that with you. Do not bury human waste or toilet paper along the river, as it will get in the river when the rainfall comes.
The BLM typically does State Bridge to Dotsero in three days, as there is some pushing involved and the winds could come up, plus we often make stops for trash pick-up and rock fire ring dispersal. Please use the Recreation Area Guide to help you plan your trip.
Rodeo Rapid looks difficult at this low water...the BLM has not yet run it, but the rocks seemed to have moved from last year's water and it may be a good idea to carry across that rapid at this level.
If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact the BLM - Colorado River Valley Field Office at (970) 876-9000. Thank you and have a good trip!