• Sonoran Desert at Organ Pipe NM

    Organ Pipe Cactus

    National Monument Arizona

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  • Increased Fire Restrictions, Effective June 5 Until Further Notice

    Due to increase fire danger and dry conditions, all fires (charcoal, coal, and wood) are prohibited. Cook stoves and lanterns are still allowed. Smoking is limited to enclosed vehicles.

Inaccessible Areas Of The Park


The following are in inaccessible areas of the monument

 

Quitobaquito
QTVR Movie (3.17Mb) JPEG Image (5.70Mb)

 
Quitobaquito Panorama
 

Gachado Line Camp
QTVR Movie (2.2Mb) JPEG Image (3.6Mb)

 
Gachado Line Camp Panorama
 

Dos Lomitas Ranch
(Blankenship Well)
QTVR Movie (2.55Mb) JPEG Image (4.32Mb)

 
Blankenship Well Panorama
 

Dripping Springs Area
QTVR Movie (2.72Mb) JPEG Image (4.46Mb)

 
Dripping Springs Panorama
 

Golden Bell Mine
QTVR Movie (2.34Mb) JPEG Image (4.14Mb)

 
Golden Bell Mine Panorama
 

Bonita Well
QTVR Movie (2.58Mb) JPEG Image (4.16Mb)

 
Bonita Well Panorama
 

Pozo Nuevo
QTVR Movie (2.20Mb) JPEG Image (3.62Mb)

 
Pozo Nuevo Panorama
 

Senita Basin Trailhead and Picnic Area
QTVR Movie (2.52Mb) JPEG Image (4.11Mb)

 
Senita Basin Trailhead and Picnic Area
 

Images and QTVR's by Joshua Boles - NPS

Did You Know?

Did You Know?

Lesser long-nosed bats are considered an endangered species. Every summer Organ Pipe Cactus NM hosts a "maternal" colony consisting of 20,000 pregnant female bats. They come to feast on the pollen, nectar and fruit of the cactus. They are the primary pollinator of Organ Pipe Cactus. More...