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Hueco Tanks State Historic Site

Camping Policies

General Information

• The area around the campground is Guided Access. Camping reservations do not

include the North Mountain access reservations. For access, you must register Daily

at Site Headquarters.

• Question or emergency? Contact park ranger or your campground host.

• Public consumption or display of alcoholic beverages is prohibited.

• Vehicles may drive and park on designated paved surfaces only.

• There is a telephone located at park headquarters.

• Pets are allowed in designated park areas, but must be controlled on a leash at all

times. Please clean up after your pet at once.

• Bicycles are allowed in designated park areas but must stay on paved surfaces only.

Camp Vehicle Policies

• .Display camping permit inside windshield.

• Each campsite may have a maximum of six (6) persons and two (2) vehicles.

• Only one vehicle may hook ap to the utilities at each campsite.

• Additional cars must be registered to a campsite and park in overflow parking.

Camp Stay Policies

• A party may stay a maximum of three (3) consecutive nights.

• Quiet time is from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.

• Tents must be on the designated tent pad at each campsite.

• Checkout time is 2 p.m.

• Guests may visit during park hours. Their number may not exceed the site total (6).

Visitors May Not use camping area showers.

Camp Fire Policies

• Ground fires or charcoal use are prohibited.

• Containerized fuels are the only permitted fuel source.

Gate Policies

• The front gate is locked at park closing Oct -April: 6 p.m., May-Sept: 6 p.m. Fri-

Sun 7 p.m.

• Reservations must be claimed before park closing

• Campers may not exit or enter the park outside of park. hours, except for emergencies.


Litter Policies

• Please properly dispose of all Utter and recyclables in their appropriate containers.


• Trashcans are located at each campsite and recyclables may be sorted at the recycling

cans by the camping area restrooms.

• All proceeds from recycling go directly to the park and help the environment.

• Police yourselves and others.

Environmental Policies

• Rocks should not be used (as stakes) to hold down tents.

• Dispose of gray and black water only at me camp dump station.

• Clean up and dispose of all camp trash before final check out. Please Recycle!

• Do not remove rocks or plants...they help control erosion.

• Do not climb on, or place rocks on top of shade shelters.

• Please respect plant and animal life!


Map of Campground Area

Campground roads are one-way (to the right). Please drive safely!