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Pitch your tent or park your rig 1 mile from the park entrance.

RESERVATIONS

Make reservations up to 6 months in advance to guarantee you have a campsite.

Booking Call/Text Now

Dirt Bag Camper  $3.00 per

High Life Camper $5.00 per

$7.00 per Night/ 7 people

$10.00 Night/7 People

– WELCOME CLIMBERS –

This has been the original climbers’ base camp known as “Pete’s” since 1984. You can’t miss us on your way to Hueco Tanks. Our big metal top barn is on the corner of Hueco Tanks Rd. and Diego St. Stop by and land your RV, pitch a tent or just shack up in your car or rig. We have a large patio with charging stations and a reliable Wifi hot-spot.

Make your Reservations in Advance during On-Season (October – March). Remember the Hueco Tanks park campground gate locks at 6pm and park campers will be locked in. Meaning, you can’t explore El Paso after climbing. Save time and gas by camping in our safe secure spot, close to the park, on the main paved road. We have 15 Campsites and 4 RV Campsites. Our camp is the most affordable campgrounds at Hueco Tanks and the closest camping outside the park, only 1 mile from the entrance gate.  Not forgetting to mention we are a full service climbing shop with everything you need to enjoy your stay. Campers receive discounts off gear and supplies.

We look forward to your visit!

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– CAMPSITE FEATURES –

Wifi INTERNET
Use your Phone, Tablet, Laptop or any other Wifi device during your visit. Charging stations are on the patio. Campsites #1 – #5 now have electricity hook-ups.

LOCKER ROOM
Toilet, sink, shower and lockers open 24-7 only for High Life campers.

Non-Camper or 1 time shower cost $7.00

WATER
Fresh water both on the shelf and ice cold is available at the climbing shop.

RESTROOM
Porta-potty for

WOOD BURNERS
You MUST get permission from us to use the fire rings and wood burners first.

CAMPER DISCOUNT
10% Off

MATURE CAMP 
Quiet Time 8 pm – 7 am

CHECK-OUT
1 pm

GALLERY


CAMPING BETA

Our campground is set up for 15 tent campers and campers who live in their tricked out rigs. We also have 4 electric RV campsites. You need to come prepared when visiting this fragile desert environment. The closest store and gas station etc. is 15 miles away.

FIRES
One of the main things not allowed in this region is open fires. Campground establishments do not cater to open fire-rings and grills. Knowing this is important. You need to have a modern stove and a full mess kit and kitchen station.

TRASH
You need to have your own personal trash system. Trash needs to be dumped in town when picking up supplies. Most campers use durable Hefty type trash bags. Our trash picks up every Wednesday.

WATER
In the desert it’s a good idea to have plenty of water. Bring both large and portable water containers. Fill them up at local grocery stores when you do your shopping. Remember you’ll need water for drinking and washing dishes.


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