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Pine Springs Campground Overview

The Pine Springs Campground has 20 tent and 20 RV sites available. All camping is first come, first served at $15 per night, per site. There are 2 group sites that can be reserved up to 60 days in advance for groups of 10-20 people. Group camping is $3 per person, per night. Campground amenities include drinking water and toilets (NO hookups, dump stations or showers). Charcoal and wood fires are not permitted.

Individual tent and RV sites cannot be reserved. All individual camping is first come, first served. The two group sites can be reserved up to 60 days in advanced for groups with 10-20 individuals. For group camping reservations, call 915-828-3251. Group site fees are $3.00 per person per night, with a minimum cost of $30.00 per night. Individuals with Senior/Golden Age or Access/Golden Access passes pay half the regular fee, or $1.50 per night. Please note: the group site fee has a per person fee rate, only the Senior Pass – Access Pass owner receives a discount; others using the site pay the full fee.


The entrance to the park off of highway 62/180 will immediately lead visitors to the entrance of the campground. The tent and RV campground is a 2 minute drive from the Pine Springs Visitor Center.

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