This spot is located in the Prescott Basin.
The Prescott Basin is an area immediately south and west of Prescott, Arizona and encompasses approximately 59,000 acres (about 4% of the Prescott National Forest).
Dispersed camping is camping outside of developed campgrounds. In contrast to camping in developed campsites, dispersed camping is more primitive, and generally has no amenities such as trash collection, water or toilets.
The Wolf Creek Road Dispersed campsites were nothing worthwhile to me. The road in is fairly narrow and FULL of potholes. There is a lot of traffic the first half mile because of the other campgrounds. Campsites 2 through 7 are all in the switchbacks (watch the video) so they are fairly small, extremely close to the road, and there is a drop off on the other side of the road. (Would strongly advise against this for small children) We did see quite a few RV/trailers in these spots but truthfully I have no idea how they get them out shy of driving all the way to the bottom, turning around in the larger group sites, and then driving back up. If 2 trailers were to meet on the road it would be hard to find a place to pass. We were able to turn our pop up camper around in one of the larger switchbacks between sites 11 and 12.