|Location:||Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, Ajo, Arizona, 85321|
|Lat/Long:||31.9545614719 / -112.80133009|
|Phone No:||(520) 387 6849|
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|Amenities Onsite:||Pull thru | Restrooms | Drinking water | Picnic table | Dump station | RV water | Visitors center | Big rigs to 45ft | Pets ok ||
|Amenities Nearby :||Fuel is available in Why(22mi) | No services within 20 miles ||
|Recreation Onsite:||Biking | Hiking | Star gazing | Wildlife viewing | Photography ||
|Recreation Nearby:||Road touring ||
Arizona, Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument. The monument is located along the US/Mexican Border, south of Ajo, west of Tucson, and east of Yuma. It's quite a remote area. Access is via single lane highways. The roads can be very rough at times and challenging for large RV's.
From the NORTH: follow Arizona Hwy 85 through Ajo and Why. The Monument is 22 miles (35.4 km) south of Why on the right side of the highway.
From the EAST: follow Arizona Hwy 86 to Why, then turn south on Arizona Hwy 85. The monument will be 22 miles south on the right side of the highway.
The Campbase map tab provided here is accurate for the location of the Cris Eggle Information center. It's located approximately 20 miles inside the park. That's 20 miles from Why, Arizona.
Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument has tent and RV camp spots. Most spots are large pull through camp spots. Big rigs up to approximately 45 feet can be accommodated. This is dry camping, hookups are not available. The largest campground in the park is Twin Peaks Campground. The park is open all year however, summer tempratures(around 105 degrees) tend to drive most RVers out of the area. Winter tempratures are just fantastic(50 to 70 degrees) so make your visit between October and April. The campground is located just a mile from the Kris Eggle Information Center.
Arizona, Twin Peaks Campground Organ Pipe National Park. ..