March 20, 2021 - reviewed by Skip Watson
Well Worth The Drive
Spent 2 nights here. Petroglyphs were cool, but you can't get up to them; only walk around the hill they are on. This dropped rating from 5 stars to 4. You can see them, but not up close. We have been at other BLM petroglyphs that you can get right up and personal with them. Camp sites are level gravel, and huge, w/ metal fire ring and concrete picnic table. Very dark nights for awesome star gazing. Only 2 vault toilets, but most campers are RVs who can use their own (like us), so not really a problem. A small rig or tenter will want to get closer. If you're camping no extra charge for petroglyphs. 1-2 bars AT&T. $8/nite, $4 with senior pass. Close to site of the Oatman massacre, which I'd recommend. Look it up.
February 19, 2021 - reviewed by Griff321
Easy access remote 12 miles off of the interstate paved roads 54 + campsites both toilets no water no electricity Historic Site second time through here great stop for a couple of days I did say quiet right
March 26, 2019 - reviewed by The Gray Ghost
Grumpy Camp Host
Generators only allowed 8am to 8 pm. 2 pit toilets for 40 + sites. And no water or dump in area. But it would be quiet and dark. Petroglyph were worth the drive out. There is a 2$ charge for looking at it petroglyphs.
October 25, 2017 - reviewed by Firetiml
In the middle of nowhere, fun to see the petroglyphs. The campground has no shade, is mostly level with pit toilets, but for $8 one can deal