Lying to the north of Nimrod, this campground was once an Indian crossing, that was later named for a pioneer settler, and is the beginning of the Butterfield Rapids. Despite the name, these rapids are a short series of rippling water posing little to no threat as it is navigated by tubers and canoeists.
Trails & River Access
Surrounded by over 100 acres of County-owned land, this campsite not only allows access to the river, but also to a number of trails for walking and hiking. It is 5 miles to the next available landing.