It's located on Fort Apache Indian Reservation you will need camping and fishing permits from White Mountain Apache Tribe (camping $9 per car per day; fishing over 15 yrs of age $9 per day). The road to get there is at first paved then turns to dirt. At the main camping site there are vault bathrooms and large trash roll off bin. We then crossed the bridge and went to a more primative site along the North Fork of the White River. The site was very quite and right next to the river. Rainbow trout fishing was fair, we expected more because it was stocked earlier in the week. The road is very rough and dusty and lower vehicle will have a tougher time in some spots. We did hear there was a bear sighting but we bear proofed and had no problems.. we did wake up one morning to about 6 cows in our campsite and they didn't want to leave. Overall it was a good spot.