From the Scenic Loop Road (Table 1, Site 0525), White Rock Road turns right. The first few yards are paved, and drivers who want to stay off the bumpy dirt road can use the parking area on the left and walk up the road.
White Rock Road is bumpy, but careful driving avoids the worst of the rocks. The road runs north with grand views of the White Rock Hills on the left and the La Madre Mountain Range in the background.
Vegetation in this area is typical of higher-elevation Mojave Desert Scrub as it grades into the Pinyon-Juniper Woodland. Here, the dominant shrub species is Blackbrush, with a nice sprinkling of Mojave Yucca and few other shrubs.
White Rock Road runs north for 0.6 miles to White Rock Trailhead, which serves several hiking trails. A nice, short walk goes down and west to White Rock Spring.