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1st time put our tent at one of US National Park and it was a pleasant stay, while we had clearly sky full of stars at night, we also had unfriendly weather in the morning [gray and drizzling thus we rush to pack and leave]...More
Yes, it's just a parkinglot and no, there is no water or electricity but the views are amazing and the hiking even better !
So bring enough water and food and hike. The trail tot the old farm is very nice!
timing and location. We were lucky to have arrived at the tent camping part of the campground on a Wednesday around noon. Numerous sites available. We snatched site #18 which I really believe is the best, after looking at the other tent sites. The backdrop...More
If you're passing through the area or visiting the park, this is the ONLY good place to stop for miles. The tent campsites have lovely views, there's not a lot of traffic way out there so it's quiet, you're right near the visitor center and...More
This is a campground of pros and cons. We stayed in the RV portion of the campground. The pro is a beautiful setting in the Guadalupe Mountains and easy access to some great hiking trails. Also sites are just $8/night (bring cash in the proper...More
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Guadalupe Mountains National Park
Also Known As
Pine Springs Campground Hotel Guadalupe Mountains National Park
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"Sites 5-10 are set back from the road with nice views. 9-10 seemed the best, though I think a few others had..."