Learn what facilities and services are available at Organ Pipe during COVID-19, and how you can recreate responsibly.
Gentle spring rains, turbulent summer skies, and the penetrating sun set the stage at Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument. Volcanic layered mountains, ribbons of washes and expansive valleys are the backdrop for this International Biosphere Reserve. Species of plants and animals that have adapted to desert life present themselves in daily and nocturnal performances. Take a front row seat along a scenic drive, a wilderness hike, or camping among the stars.
Over a hundred miles of scenic drives, dozens of miles of hiking trails, campgrounds, new exhibits and ranger programs help you experience, observe, and explore the American Desert.
To begin planning your visit to Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, choose a selection from the navigation sidebar on the left-hand side of this page. To download park newspapers, information ,and plan your visit information in English, Deutsch, Francois, and Espanol please follow the link to Publications.
NEW! We have a general overview in German to help you plan you visit.