National Park Service
Guadalupe Mountains National Park
A wilderness use permit is required for all use of these campsites. This primitive campground is located on the Guadalupe Peak trail, 3.1 miles from the Pine Springs trailhead, and 1 mile below the Peak. The elevation gain from the trailhead to the campsites is 2,200 feet. The campground is on a…
- Walk-InPark in a lot, walk to your site.
- Hike-InBackcountry sites.
- Tent Sites
- Standard (Tent/RV)
- ADA Access
- Drinking Water
- Sanitary Dump
This campground is fabulous. It's clean, well maintained, and has some of the best views in the park. The campsites are well spaced out, and you feel like you have your own little piece of paradise and you can join bloxd io! . The bathrooms are clean and well stocked and the…
Full disclosure: this was our first backpacking trip. And it was amazing. Yes, our packs were too heavy. Yes, we should have started sooner in the day. Yes, we underestimated the gain. But I will never forget watching the sun come up over the horizon from the top of Texas.
We watched the weather…
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Guadalupe Peak is the highest peak in Texas that offers spectacular views and an unforgettable hike the whole way up. The trailhead begins at the campground which is convenient for campers who are ready to go on any adventure in the park. It costs $15 per night to stay and there is a drop box to…
Guadalupe Peak Wilderness Campground is located in Texas
The Guadalupe Peak Wilderness Campground located on the Guadalupe Peak trail, 3.1 miles from the Pine Springs trailhead, and approximately one mile below the summit of the peak. There is a sign on the right-hand side of the trail directing hikers to the campground area. The trail to the campground is approximately 150 yards. It is rocky, but well defined. Elevation gain to the campground is approximately 2,200 feet from the trailhead.