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.
For free camping there aren’t very high expectations but this would be really difficult to get back too if you are in a big rig or don’t have a lot of clearance. The road isn’t well maintained. There was garbage and stuff left everywhere. There was a fire ring and Prescott was really close.
Trittle Mountain Road advertises 16 campsites BUT most of them are clustered in groups of 2 or 3 and we found that a lot of the people occupying them would intentionally take up all of the spots for 1 RV/group. Even IF they hadn't spread themselves all over the 2 or 3 designated spots they share entrances and you'd be really close to your neighbors. A lot of the spaces were uneven or had rough washes/entrances. About half the spaces are in more pine tree settings and the other half are more of a "high desert". We were able to turn our pop up camper around about 1/4 mile past campsite 16.