Smith Ridge is a forested area that offers quite a few opportunities for watersports, as well as hunting and fishing during their respective seasons.
Smith Ridge features 80 sites in all. Out of these, 62 contain electrical hookups, while only 30 contain both electrical and water hookups. Regardless of which option you choose from, all 80 of these come standard with the typical accouterments such as a fire ring and picnic table. The standard rates posted are for the primitive sites, while any campsites that contain hookups are $23 an evening. All sites are located right next to the bathroom and shower facilities. If you've got a canine along for the trip, make sure that they're kept inside your tent or recreational vehicle throughout the evening -- no staked pets are allowed overnight.
Smith Ridge campground is situated on the Green River Lake, which provides ample opportunity for summertime recreation. There are ten total concrete boat ramps on the shoreline for overnight visitors to get their vessel into the water. Check your registration if you're a guest looking to bring a boat, as all water vessels must have it clearly showing. Wakeboarding and paddle vessels are also permitted in Green River Lake.
Fishing is also quite popular here, with species such as walleye, crappie, channel catfish, muskie, bluegill, and white bass all populate these waters. There are plenty of marinas around the area, so if you need bait or other last-minute supplies, they should have you covered. Make sure not to bring Fido into any of these areas.
There's also hunting available in the lands surrounding Smith Ridge. A variety of both big and small game is on offer, as well as various waterfowl. Hunting is a licensed sport, so make sure to obtain state permits before setting off. Guests who have an interest in shooting here should be warned that there may be additional costs for these non-campground areas.
Any would-be visitors are reminded that costs listed here pertain only to activities inside of the Smith Ridge Campground.