I drive by this stop and intended to stay here for a night but the sites were all full. I parked for a few hours and had lunch and then headed into Valley of Fire for a hike.
There are 7 legit sites but there were a lot of people that were just boondocked all around so it was hard to decipher who was with who and where.
There are picnic tables and fire rings with an awning at each site that seemed well taken care of and the sites were big enough for pull throughs and tents. It was rocky though so bring a hammer or mallet for the stakes.
I was told not to come here during bird hunting season as it is PACKED. But it is close to town, just outside of Valley of Fire so the views are gorgeous. And on wet years, you can see the lake in the distance.
It was very noisy and I was hoping that was just because it was during the day. There were lots of big trucks driving by and since it is BLM there were atv's all about.
Little known spot is nearby that is totally worth a visit is Roger's Spring. It is a beautiful little spring that you wouldn't even know was there if you weren't looking for it specifically, which adds to it's charm! I missed it the first 4 times I drove this route. I added pictures so you could see it. It is only about 20 mins down the road!