Reviews for Guadalupe Mountains National Park / Pine Springs Campground

| Pretty parking lot

By user-5198379... on 2017-10-23.

Beautiful scenery, very popular hiking area. RV spots are double wide parking spaces in an asphalt parking lot. In close in parking like this, it's amazing how many people think it's ok to run your gen for long periods at a time. I paid for 3 days, but this is going to be a one nighter for me.

| Cheap, quite, comfortable, convenient

By anonymous-user on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2015-10-13 to 2015-10-14

We stayed one night at the RV lot. The RV section is essetnially a parking lot with stripes for the sites. Dry camping and mostly level. This was perfect for us as we arrived, went on a 4 mile hike where the trailhead started at the RV area, returned in time to have dinner and a beer before sunset, then departed the next morning. Only about 30 spots so it is quiet and dark. Beautiful sky. We would definitely stay again.

| Parking lot

By user-6108686... on 2017-10-23.

The place is nice although it is a parking lot. We had a quiet night but there were crazy gusts of wind that were shaking our RV. High winds are common in this area so be prepared for it, one of the trailers next to our RV got blown off the truck pulling it.

| No amenities but all the views!

By user-5910533... on 2017-10-23.

As others have noted, this is just a parking lot. There are only about 30 spots, and about half of those were way too short for our 32 foot motorhome. However, we pulled in mid-week so the place was deserted, and got a pull through spot that was plenty large enough, right by a nice picnic table. No hookups, and NO cell service - you are truly out in nature when stay here. But the campsite looks out in to the mountains and is right at the trailhead for some amazing hikes. It's beautiful and peaceful. $8 for the night is money well spent.

| West Texas at its best!

By user-4652587... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2017-10-11 to 2017-10-12

Paved level parking lot with no hook ups BUT quiet and very scenic. Water available at edge of parking lot. El Capitan next door is highest point in Texas. 82 mikes of hiking trails with remote tent camping available. The stars at night are awesome. We drove our Jeep 8 miles into the park on the Williams Ranch. The old ranch house still stands at the base of the mountains.

| Debjam

By user-5868666... on 2018-03-14. Stayed 2017-11-26 to 2017-11-27

Nice! A last minute find, it was quite. A little tight, no reservations, first come basis. Beautiful area. No hook ups.

| Quiet, clean, cheap

By user-unknown on 2019-08-09.

Nice, well-kept and quiet. Very basic, really just a parking lot with no amenities, but right next to trailheads and only $8 a night (senior pass:$4). Rangers were super and very helpful.