Not much room to walk around and noisy from the highway.
Small hills to explore, not much for true canyons. Still beautiful desert country, quiet and desolate. A small amount of road noise.
A fair bit of bow hunter traffic, but our campsite on a dead end spur was quiet. Tons of coyote and rabbit tracks. No atnt service.
Desert grassland with lots of mesquite, stunning views, and very close to woodland canyon hiking
Way better than the main BLM sites in Quartzsite, but still a fair number of RV neighbors. Likely plenty of space to spread out and didn’t feel crowded at all.
Wonderful Mohave desert terrain with good canyon hikes in multiple directions. Lots of campsites, and very few people, it felt like we had it to ourselves despite two or three other distant neighbors. Good cell reception.
Stunning topography, very easy access off the highway. Internet/cell service was very spotty. It came and went and was site dependent for strength of signal.
The road in was good except for where it crossed washes it was pretty soft and Sandy. Four-wheel-drive recommended. We arrived to the sound of AR 15 fire, which then led to loud Toby Keith music. They were at least considerate enough to turn it...
The campsite itself was fairly desolate and exposed to your neighbors, but walk 100 feet and you had the beautiful river and tons of interesting scrubland hiking. Lots of wildlife.
636 days ago
We actually stayed up the queen Canyon Road, a side road off of Palm Canyon Road. The road in was definitely rugged. 2 Wheel Drive was fine but high clearance is recommended. Cell reception was excellent for AT&T. Incredible campsite.
"Excellent as far as big campsites go"