Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument

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Resources

DesertUSA Trading Post

Organ Pipe Cactus NM Package - Book and Map to help explore the park.

El Camino Del Diablo - The Devil's Highway


Cities & Towns

Lukeville, Arizona: Adjoins the park on the south.

Why, Arizona: 6 miles north.

Ajo, Arizona: 16 miles north.

Sonoyta, Mexico: 8 miles south.

Gila Bend, Arizona: 58 miles north.

Casa Grande, Arizona: 116 miles northeast.

Phoenix, Arizona: 121 miles northeast.

Tucson, Arizona: 145 miles east.

Yuma, Arizona: 274 miles west.

Parks & Monuments

Saguaro National Park West: 133 miles east.

Saguaro National Park East: 158 miles east.

Casa Grande National Monument: 120 miles northeast.

Tumacacori National Historic Park: 36 miles south of Tucson.

Tubac Presidio Stater Historic Park: 34 miles south of Tucson.

Picacho Peak State Park: 120 miles northeast.

Catalina State Park: 20 miles north of Tucson.

Recreation & Wilderness Areas

Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge: Adjoins the Monument.

Buenos Aries National Wildlife Refuge:150 miles east.

Kofa National Wildlife Refuge:150 miles northwest.

Sabino Canyon Recreation Area: 25 miles north of Tucson.

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