This dispersed camping area was incredibly hard to find. I ended up at Pipe Springs National Monument and got specific directions from the ranger there. Here are his words, "5 miles East of Pipe Spring National monument on 389, Torowepe rd. goes south. It's a dirt road. Check the road and count the cattle guards. You can't camp between the 2nd and 3rd cattle guard because it is state trust land but between the 3rd and 4th cattle guard is BLM. Right after the 3rd cattle guard is a fence and there is a large open area to the right. You will need to get off the main road and gets quieter the farther you get off the road."
There is cell phone service but it is spotty. It is a washboard dirt road but passable most of the year.
Once we got out there we didn't see anyone, which was lovely. The main reason for the low rating is the difficulty of finding it. The ground was also very rocky and not many places to park a large RV, just car camping or small campers.
There were also a lot of cars driving down that road and a lot of off roading that happens out there so be prepared to hear motors.
It is really close to Pipe Spring national Monument and Navajo Monument if you want to take some afternoon trips to visit the monuments.