Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument

Camping and Lodging

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No lodging is available in the Monument. Motels and other lodging are available in the towns of Ajo, Gila Bend and Tucson.

Click on city for rates, availability and reservations online.

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Campground Map

Camping & RV Park

Near the Visitor Center: Tent and RV camping in the Twin Peaks campground is available on a first come-first served basis for Fee - each night. Senior and Access passes are honored for a 50% discount. There are no electric, water, or sewage hook-ups; however, a dump station with potable water is available, and the rest rooms have flush toilets and running water.

A group campground is available on a reservation basis. Contact the Kris Eggle Visitor Center at 520-387-6849 x 7302 for more information.

Private campgrounds are located in Lukeville, Why, and Ajo.

Back country camping: Some Back country areas have re-opened for hiking but overnight camping is prohibited indefinitely due to an increase in illegal border activity. Please check with the visitor center for more information.

 

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