Bumpy ride in! But lots of great spots.
Be warned: the drive is a LONG one. It is very rugged and even some washed out points from flash floods. We had a Jeep Wrangler and did just fine, I saw a couple Subaru outbacks and a Kia suv make it. Just be smart or you will bottom out. There are many spots right off the road to camp - our site was at the very end of the road by a rock wall formation. Ants were heavily populated in the area with little shade. The view was gorgeous and could hear a few coyotes howl at night. There are also cows nearby, so we heard a BUNcH of mooing in the morning. You are far from town so make sure you bring enough water and supplies! Zebra Canyon is very close to this road. It was one of my favorite hikes, but watch for snakes on the trail! We saw one - and the water in the slot canyon can be knee high at points and a little chilly but refreshing. Mochi balls and marbles were all along the river bed of the trail!