Quiet and Solitude in the Heart of the Sonoran Desert
Alamo Canyon Campground sits nestled at the base of the eastern mountains in Organ Pipe Cactus. This primitive campground provides scenic views of the surrounding mountains and Sonoran Desert, along with spectacular night sky viewing and peaceful quiet.
Alamo Canyon Campground has four campsites with charcoal grills, tables, a pit toilet, and trash cans. It is tent camping only; RVs, motorhomes, and trailers are not permitted. Wood fires and ground fires are not allowed. Generators are prohibited.
Camping permits are $12.00 per day and camping is limited to 7 consecutive calendar days. Holders of the Golden Age/Senior or Access Pass receive a 50% discount on camping. Check out time is 11:00 am. The monument's $25.00 entrance fee, valid for 7 consecutive days, is required in addition to the camping permit.
Directions to Alamo Canyon Campground
There is no road sign along the highway for the Alamo Canyon Road. Alamo Canyon Road is located at milepost 65.5 on the east side of Highway 85, on the north side of the concrete bridge that crosses the wash. Alamo Canyon Campground is located at the end of the Alamo Canyon Road. The road is a three-mile graded dirt road suitable for all cars.
For additional campsites and expanded facilities, including RV sites, restrooms, and a dump station, please visit the Twin Peaks Campground.
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Last updated: October 1, 2022