Having a map on hand when exploring Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument is key to a safe visit. Cell service and internet isn't reliable in the monument; whether downloaded on your phone or printed on paper, a map an important guide to help you get where you need to go!
NPS Mobile AppThe free National Park Service Mobile App is a great tool for planning your trip from the convenience of your phone! It acts as a map and guide during your visit, with information on driving tours, things to do, accessibility, camping and more! You can download the information on the app by saving it for offline use it's available while exploring remote areas or if concerned about data limits.
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Organ Pipe Cactus has several kinds of maps that can be either downloaded and saved on your mobile device or printed from a home computer if a physical copy is preferred. Physical copies of theh park map and trail guides may also be found at the Kris Eggle Visitor Center.
Download both the Trails of the Ajo Mountains and Puerto Blancos maps to keep on your device or to print. If you only need one map in particular, download an individual copy of the Trails of the Ajo Mountains or the Trails of the Puerto Blanco Mountains if you're planning to only visit or hike a certain area of the monument.
The Guide to Hiking Trails at Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument is a great reference for visitors interesting in the many hiking options found throughout the monument. This map provides information on trail names, length, difficulty, if they're pet friendly or not, and a brief description of each trail. Click for this map in Deutsch.
Twin Peaks Campground Map
Interested at camping at Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument and want to know more about the campground layout and regulations? Download the colorblind-friendly Twin Peaks Campground Map to discover the different types of sites and what the rules and regulations are before you visit!
Backcountry CampingOrgan Pipe Cactus is a great place ot camp in the backcountry! Backcountry camping areas are separated into different zones where visitors may choose to camp. The Backcountry Camping Zones and Regulations map is great to review before visiting to know what areas may be camped in and what the regulations are. Backcountry permits are only available during business hours and the Kris Eggle Visitor Center.
Last updated: January 20, 2023