Be a bit careful driving to the site. Google maps and my mapping softwre (DeLorme) had the campground a number of blocks south of the river. It is located between the railroad and the river and the BNSF train engineers blow the whistle at the crossing about a block from the grounds. You may want to invest in ear plugs. Interior roads are rough, to say the least, but there is fishing in the river (I said fishing as I saw no catching) and the the touristy downtown of Hardy is within walking distance. As this is written, no one has collected any fee but the sign says the price is twenty bucks. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good for over night stay but better have your own bathroom. Nice riverfront and park next door, walking to center of town area and shops but town closes up at five pm. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
An interesting campground owned by the city and run by a local outfitter group. It is a large level grassy area with shade trees and ill defined spots. Some sites are on the river bank of the White River. It is a nice park but poorly run and too expensive for what you get. The positives are great: beautiful location on a river and the main downtown is only a block away with shops, grocery and food. The negatives are: dirty restrooms and showers, locked laundry room, no on site staff and next to a loud train track with hourly trains. Knowing what to expect I would visit again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.