The warning signs kinda detract from the wilderness-y feel, but it's a commercial facility, after all.
I pulled over at one of the places I was thinking about boondocking along the road, and the view was:
This is a really nice RV park. Not close to a town, like Water's Edge in Cascade, but you can't ask for nicer ambiance than a rushing river, particularly if you're from Tucson. Everything is spotlessly clean and looks new.
The campground wifi seems to work OK. Which is good, because ATT is zero, and there's a usable Verizon signal on the office porch. I'm pretty sure that the next days at the NFS campground will be cell-free: they warn about it on their web page.
So I'm fine, and really attracted to a post-lunch nap. See y'all!