If you are looking for amenities - go to a real campground. This is boondocking at its best. You are close to all of the Quartzsite activities but far enough out to circle the wagons and enjoy your family and friends. There is a BLM host near the east end of the road available for info. Lots of places to choose from. Be careful about parking where you have to cross a wash - there have been bad rains here in the past that have caused washouts and you may not get back out. Minimal tv reception but who cares. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stay here every year and keep coming back to the same spot. Plenty of room and close to town. TV reception is poor to say the least but if you have a satellite dish TV is not a problem. It's very quiet and no one ever bothers you. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I had to rate this Bureau of Land Management free camping area. It is a beautiful place and there is something wonderful about dry camping once in a while. If you can do without gorging on electricity and water for a few days, this place is worth experiencing. Depending on the size of your RV, you may wish to choose a site earlier on the trail as the road eventually may have some dips and bumps that you might not to drag your 45 foot Newell or Prevost over. I can't wait to go back. We camped here in a Motorhome.