Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument | Established Campground

United States

Details

Verified:
about 2 months ago
Altitude:
520.1 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
None
Contributor:
Uphill Zen

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
Yes - Average
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
Warm
Water:
Potable
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes
Sanitation Dump Station:
Yes

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This is a lovely deluxe campground. The spaces are huge. The parking is flat and paved, surrounded by cactus and wild plants so you don’t feel like you’re in a parking lot. I was able to show up today and get a spot without a problem they did force me to use reservation.gov website Which I’m learning the cost is $20 without hook ups it does have hot showers they are solar, so I recommend doing them when the sun is out. It’s so nice I’m gonna stay here 2 nights which is uncommon for me I like to move

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Twin Peak Campground is very nice campground no hook ups but they have drinking water and dump station. They have designated generators non generators snd tent sites

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We spent 3 nights in Twin Peaks Campground. Although I usually prefer dispersed camping to busy campgrounds, we had an excellent time. Other campers were quiet and friendly. Nice hiking trails from the campground. The solar shower was fairly cool when we used it, but the bathrooms were very clean as were the sites. We were able to make reservations at the entry kiosk. Ranger programs in the day amd evening are informative and fun. We had some mechanical issues with our van, and a kind ranger helped us locate parts and a mechanic.

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pre booking is not mandatory!!

arrived in high season at 1 p.m. and there are a lot of not reserved sites.

still 20 usd per night.

absolutely beautiful and well maintained campground.

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great campground. solar showers were cold because it was overcast- oh well. great stay

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Great Campground. Reservation and payment now required on Reservation.gov, no payment on site possible

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Early November and Twin Peaks campground is still only 25% occupied. What a gem this is.

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campground is set up like an rv park minus hookups. solar showers are a treat. almost empty at the end of October, so a decent option.

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Sanitary Dump Station and Drinking Water available at this location. Located in the park campground. Was told over the phone that there is a charge of $5 to use the dump but on arrival (April 13) the entry booth at the campground was closed for the off season.

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This has the be the cleanest campground I have ever been in. Despite its size it was quite. Nice people and beautiful. Stayed here two nights. Took a drive into the Ajo Mountains on the loop road. Worth it.
Clean bathrooms and shower. Great cell service.

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Twin Peaks Campground. What a gorgeous spot. Cement pads flush toilets and solar showers.,We had great Verizon service even out on trails. Your spot is surrounded by cactus.$20 and well worth it

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stayed here 1 night bevor crossing the border (9km), slow wifi at the visitor center, 20$, huge places, solar shower (cool), nice views, nice trail to Victoria Mine, only with online booking recreation.gov (easy at the visitor center), quite and dark, also water and dumping

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Quietest place I have camped on my journey. No sounds except for nature. Poured pads, no dirt, beautiful. $20/dry camp. Worth the money.

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Nice camping in the park. 20$ for a site. Good walks around.

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this is one of our favorite places. we come here every year in March or april. there are solar heated showers that are comfortable in mid to late afternoon. a dump station with fresh water. many trails. lots of birds to watch. beautiful night skies. it's quiet. Even the attendant's carts are quiet electric. there is a large no-generator-allowed section. we love that separation from us natural soundscapes lovers. the monument has just changed to all sites are reservation required. it's near the Mexican border and you can drive to the crossing and walk or drive into Mexico if you wish. this is a nice place for biking. we are able to stream video using verizon, but the signal is fairly weak. it is absolutely quiet at night and quiet during the day too. there are lots of good travelers sharing at the campground.

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Nice campground, busy though we were still able to find a spot over the weekend in early Mar (but only a few spots left in the non-generator section). Big complaint is that all the sites are positioned so you point SE putting the afternoon sun straight through the door and the picnic table is on the same side, and only a few sites have a shade structure. Bathrooms were clean, but only one of two water fill stations at the dump station was working.

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Great camping sites. All cement with picnic tables. Can't beat the cost $10 per night. No electric but potable water spigots along site road. Dump stations are neat and clean with trash bins along the camp site roads. Dog poo bags and disposal along hiking trails that allow dogs. Showers available. Friendly staff. Quiet and beautiful.

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Awesome campsites with cement drive thru sites. Quiet with no road noise. Lots of trails for hiking with dogs and without dogs. The visitor center is quite informative. Friendly staff and rangers. Cell service is good 2 to 3 bars using Visible with Verizon towers.

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This campsite is beautiful. Bathrooms were very clean. Sites look like new and have several spots to accommodate different size RV and trucks w/ trailers. Trails galore and a large variety of cacti to see.

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Beautiful established site with beautiful views. The layout was well thought out. They have very nice clean restrooms with solar showers (one person at a time with dressing room and door) separate toilet and sink. Very attentive staff and quiet place to camp. Gorgeous sunset and sunrise. I will be back!

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Beautiful campground right at the monument, cacti all around, 2 bars Verizon LTE.

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fabulious perfect weather except for one cold rainy night

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Awesome established campground... large pull through sites with paved parking, picnic table and bbq. Nice dump station. Excellent hikes from the campground. We paid $20 per night, we had 2 Tranist Vans. Very friendly staff and rangers. Awesome scenery with organ pipe cacti and saguaro.

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No reservations accepted before January 1st, but numerous spaces were open.  Potable water and dump stations working.  Scenic Drive and N. Puerto Blanco roads in good condition.  Campground filled up fast after Xmas.  Nice to see and hear the sonoran birds again.

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Campground is called "Twin peaks Cgr." $20 per site- with senior pass you pay half. Solar showers (didnt seem to work during our stay though) Dump station. There are sites where no generators are allowed! loved it!
beautiful view of the mountains and cacti!! Desert view trail is beautiful when the sun goes down.....

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Wonderful sites. Ranger talk each night and shuttle services! Highly recommend

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National Park... water and dump station available. We are in off season and paid $25./US for our site.,clean washrooms. Cement pads.

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Amazingly Beautiful. Praise Jah for his wonderful diversity in creating!

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Nice Place, hot show on day, but now 20$

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just awesome place to be.
rangers are super friendly
Several hot showers
would recommend

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Excellent. Spotless, lots of wildlife. Saw scorpion, woodpecker & quail. Lovely walks & views. WiFi at visitor centre.

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Price is now $16 nice and clean campground but not cheap. The Coyote Howl Campground 20 mile from here is more worth for 9 $

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Best water for free. Can fill by visitors center or in campground. Book exchange by camp kiosk. Great place to get ready to go to Mexico. Organ PIPE National Monument.

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Nice camp with excellent facilities. 16 USD plus 8 USD park entrance fee. Free WiFi at the nearby visitor center

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Gorgeous park. Very well maintained. Good hiking and visitors center. No park fee due national park week but $16 to camp. No hookups. Flushing toilets, solar showers and water scattered around campground.

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Part of national parks. $8 entry fee to park + camping fees). Main campground handles RVs + group camping tents + more isolated small Alamo tent campground. Beautiful park with great hiking!

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