Death Valley National Park
Home to many of the National Hottest days and the the lowest location on land at -280 feet below sea level. Death Valley National Park is a baron, sun scorched national treasure with tons to see, learn and explore for all visitors.
Historic mining communities, Volcanic craters, and alien like surfaces are only a few of the dramatic features that draw millions each year into Death Valley. Located east of the Sierra Nevada, Death Valley National Park straddles eastern California and Nevada. It’s known for such places as: Titus Canyon, a deep, narrow gorge cut into the steep face of the Grapevine Mountains of the Mojave Desert; and Badwater Basin’s salt flats, North America’s lowest point; The vista views of Dante’s View or Telescope peak standing some 11,000 feet above Badwater basin below.
Visitors flock for Sand dunes, Airforce Training runs and mystical racing rocks across the dessert floor. Exploring and Camping in the Fall – Spring is recommended as the heat in summer is often setting records that are dangerous to your health.
Camping & Lodging in Death Valley
Staying in Death Valley has its options. from desert oasis to dry camping experiences. visitors can find a variety of options for their outdoor adventures.
Camping Death Valley
- Furnace Creek Reservations Oct 15 to April 15
- Sunset At Furnace creek
- Texas Springs At Furnace Creek
- Stovepipe Wells
- Mesquite Springs
- Mahogany Flat
- Dispersed Camping
Places to See
Editors Picks for Places to Explore and See on your visit to Death Valley National Park
- Dante’s View
- Mesquite Flat Sand dunes
- Badwater Basin
- Artist Palette
- Zabriske Point and Badlands
- Darwin Falls
- Ubehebe Craters
- Wildhorse Charcoal kilns
- Titus Canyon
- Red Cathedral
Editors Choice for Death Valley Adventures
Latest News Death Valley
Free permits required for roadside camping in Death Valley DEATH VALLEY, Calif. – Death Valley National Park opened Hole in...Read more
Campgrounds and some roads opening soon DEATH VALLEY, Calif. - October 18, 2022 – As temperatures cool, Death Valley National...Read more
AMARGOSA VALLEY, Nevada – Agency biologists are excited to report increased numbers of one of the world’s rarest fishes. Scientists...Read more
CA-190 and Badwater Road temporarily closed in Death Valley DEATH VALLEY, Calif. – Storms fueled by the remnants of Hurricane...Read more