There are nice but small campgrounds at the Falls and at Hwy 278. Both campgrounds offer nice tent sites and tables, the Falls has a restroom and campsite fees. Hwy 278 currently only has a portajohn and no fees. Primitive free camping is available near Ed Banks Bridge and Sandbar Bridge above the Falls.
More info at the Cossatot River State Park - Natural Area site.
Gauge located at Hwy 246 picnic area.
Real-time phone gauge 1-870-387-3141
Check out the real-time weather data at the State Park Visitor Center located at the Hwy 278 access.
Check out the level predictor chart to help estimate levels up to 3 days later.
Permits are not required for this reach.
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