There are 4 areas to camp during the length of this canyon. These are all on BLM land. We chose the first, Roza Recreation Area due to it's closeness to town. This is a simple, but spacious setup with the entire parking area freshly paved with lines to delineate camping or parking areas. There are 6 sites, each with a fire pit and picnic table and there are two very nice vault toilets. There is no water, electricity, or cost. The sites do require some leveling on your part.
The entire canyon is very scenic with plenty of wildlife, including a herd of Bighorn Sheep which reside on the western walls. There are many opportunities for swimming, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, hiking, and mountain biking. We had plenty of fun visiting markets, picking up some fresh corn, peaches, apples, and Barb even found some of her favorite Choke Cherry Honey. This place stays on our list for each time we pass through.