We got off just over a week ago (then a quick turn around for Deso). It was close to 16,000 when we put in and dropped each day. Last year it was 14,000 when we put in.
Anderson camp should be easy to get into - we stopped just upstream for lunch and a quick hike up the wash, there was beach showing. We hung to the right at Big Joe and always stay fairly hard right at Warm Springs except for the one time when the water was much lower. I didn't row this year as I have a wrist problem but last year I rowed and had a bit of an out of seat experience at the first ledge/hole in Warm Springs but after being pulled back in by my passenger was able to take a couple of pulls and was well clear of the maytag hole - so as long as you are over you will be fine.
The rapid that causes us most problems seems to be Moonshine, last year I got surfed and scared (I'm easily scared when by myself on the little cat
) and only discovered later that one of our oarsmen had been ejected by that same wave. This year despite having marked in the map "STAY LEFT" we had a raft flip on that same wave (not ours!), seems that if you are not far enough over it really pulls towards the wall and hole/flipper thing in the wave train.
Hikes: from Laddie Park you should be able to ferry across to hike up Red Canyon, we did a short hike up there last year. I looked at it as we went past and thought it would be possible from that camp.
A couple of us did a great hike from Harding up Bull canyon along the road and then down Johnson Canyon - it is a long one.
Have fun, I love that river trip.