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Aguirre Spring Campground, Organ
(4.5/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
Aguirre Spring Campground is located in Organ. To visit Aguirre Spring Campground on your trip to Organ, use our Organ trip generator.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Beautiful moderately easy hike, lovely views. Lots of informational plaques along the way. Nice way to spend a morning. 
  • A fun and moderate to easy hike, even with a six year old. Watch out for rattle snakes. The views from the different vantage points are quite wonderful. 
  • Hiked the Pine Tree Trail which is a 4-mile loop. The trailhead is about a 35-minute drive from Las Cruces and on the east side of the Organ Mountains. As you approach the campground and parking area ...  more »
Google
  • I loved the camp site & view it offered! My only complaint was the bathrooms were disgusting & the amount of trash in each campsite. However I will definitely be back. The Pines View trail was alot of fun & provided amazing views of the Organ mountains & the near by Valley. Trail was easily hiked as I did the 4 1/2 miles alone at night. Definitely worth the visit!
  • It was quiet when we went. Clean bathrooms and STUNNING veiws. Not hookups but a great place to camp if you can do without.
  • Good campsite. Quite with beautiful views...bring plenty of water. Available only at campsite host near entrance...miles away.
  • Worst $5 ever spent! Poorly maintained trail, disgustingly unkept restroom, and we took it upon ourselves to pick up an entire bag of litter. I am happy to support the NPS, NTHP, and other groups focused on saving our natural and cultural resources but this is terrible. Stop using people to scare runners and cyclists off the trails and put the effort toward keeping the facilities clean and safe.
  • Every other camp in New Mexico that I have stayed at allowed the overnight campers to have a gate code. Being that I am a Las Cruces checker cab driver I am occasionally late getting back to camp. My sons were locked in and I locked out. Never camp at Aguirre Springs if you want a pleasant camping event go to leasburg Dam State Park much nicer people