Goodsprings 4 is made up of several small sites that were spread over about a half mile. Site 1 is a shelter with a petroglyph above it and a possible cooking pit in front of it.
Site 2 was the most unique. It is approximately 100’ up the side of a hill and the only way you can see it is if you are walking in the wash below it; the site can only be seen from one spot - a few feet either way and you miss it, and it is not readily visible from above it either.
Site 3 had two heavily patinated elements along with some enhanced holes or cupules. These were located at the bottom of the slope.