The Bivouac Campground is in Smith Rock State Park just before the Wallenberg Road entrance. It sits on a rimrock plateau above the Crooked River, and from the campground you have great views of the park’s 500-foot rock faces. The campground is walk-in only (no RVs or car camping). This means that campers must park in the lot that encircles the cooking and picnic area, then place a tent several hundred yards away. The separate areas mitigate the interactions between people and the resident wildlife. The campground offers restrooms, showers, and running water outside of the restrooms. Campfires are strictly prohibited due to the extremely high wildfire danger. In 1996, sparks from a power tool started a fire that burned much of the park.