A Place To Be Curious
Mysteries of Sonoran Desert life are slowly revealed and abundantly displayed at Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument. This International Biosphere Reserve, is an ecorich collection of plants and animals that have adapted to living throughout this surprisingly diverse geological landscape. Scenic drives, wilderness hikes and camping can lead to unraveling the mysteries that await your discovery.
State of the Park
As part of the stewardship of national parks the NPS has developed State of the Park reports to assess the overall status of park resources.Read More
Staying safe means being informed, knowing your limits and being aware of your surroundings.Read More
A night sky filled with stars. Silence broken by the wind whistling through cactus spines or a coyote howling. All are part of a camping experience.Read More
Volunteers bring a variety of talents and skills to the monument. Meet a few of these fabulous peopleRead More
Did You Know?
Javelina look like pigs and act like pigs, but they are not pigs. Pigs evolved over thousands of years on the Eurasian continent. Javelina evolved over thousands of years on the North American continent. So, they may look like each other, but they are not even remotely related. More...