THE SMITH RIVER
Interact With Your Maps
Planning With onWater
Choosing The Right Campsites
There are no bad campsites on the Smith, but yes, some are better than others. When choosing campsites, the most important factor to consider is how many miles you plan on floating each day. If you are doing a 4-day trip, you have to cover a lot more per day than a 5-day trip. Knowing the distance between camp sites is critical to choosing your sites.
With onWater you can...
- Find campsites using the map view
- Calculate distances between campsites
- Add a personal waypoint to each of your designated campsites, for use on the river
- Watch the “Calculating Distances” tutorial
Camp Baker to Eden Bridge
- 59 Miles
- 27 Boat Camps
- 52 Campsites
- 118 Miles of Shoreline
- 26 Miles of Public Shoreline
Floating With onWater
When The Fun Begins, The Planning Doesn't End
Boats are in the water, the group is eager to push off. Final checklists are complete, and off you go. The one item on the checklist that is often overlooked for each boat is knowledge.
- Where are we camping?
- How far do we have to go?
- What's the name of the campsite?
When every boat is using onWater, the answers are in everyone's hands.
- Download the maps for offline use
- View your location on the river and get exact river miles to your selected campsite
- Watch Tutorials
See For Yourself
Explore the Smith River
Enjoy free access to the desktop interactive map of the Smith River and start planning your trip.
Want to take the interactive map and its features with you?
Download and subscribe to onWater.
TO FIND DISTANCES BETWEEN CAMPSITES
Click on your selected campsite, choose select a point from the menu bar, and then click your next campsite. The river miles will show in the information bar.
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Have questions? One of these links will have the answer.