Very inexperienced backcountry camper here. Planning dream trip of canoeing up the Green River from Green River Lakes Campground and camping overnight on side of river. I'm concerned that being close to a river in a narrow canyon like that will increase the chances of having a run in with large fauna like bear and moose. Also, would think that there might be some nice little backcountry sites tucked away that we could use. We hiked about 10 miles up the valley a few years ago and there was a simply perfect site right before the trail started climbing in earnest. So I know there's stuff like that out there - I just don't know where it is! If anyone can point me to some sort of guide or resource for finding sites like that (and tips on avoiding wildlife), I would appreciate it greatly. FYI - I've been looking at the topos and have my eye on a small bluff on the SW side of the river at about the 6 mile mark of the trail from the campground (43.245, -109.81). There's good river access right at the north of the bluff and I was thinking it might make sense to get up on the bluff or behind it to get away from the river.