Some Places To Stay In Death Valley

The First Group Below Is A Listing Of Official Death Valley National Park Camp Sites.  Most Of These Are Typical Wilderness Camps And Require Campers To Bring All Of Their Own Supplies - Tents, Sleeping Bags, Food, Rain Gear, First Aid Kit, etc.  Each Camp Site Has Its Own Ambiance, Vista, Topography, Geology.  To Get A Broader Understanding And/Or Appreciation Of Death Valley, Spend Some Time At Each.   

Click Here For Death Valley National Park Headquarters:     http://www.nps.gov/deva/index.htm
 
Emigrant
Open All Year
Located at 2,100 feet, Emigrant is designated for Tents Only and has 10 sites with water, tables, and flush toilets.  No fires are allowed.  Emigrant is a Free campground.

 

Furnace Creek
Make Reservations Online - or by Phone at
1-800-365-CAMP
Open All Year
Located 196 feet below sea level, Furnace Creek has 136 sites with water, tables, fireplaces, flush toilets, and dump station.  Furnace Creek is $16 per night during the winter season and $10 per night during the summer.  There are two group campsites at Furnace Creek Campground.  Call 1-800-365-CAMP
for group site reservations

Mahogany Flat
Open From 03/01/2002 To 11/30/2002 (contact Park Headquarters for update).
Mahogany Flat is located at 8,200 feet in the Panamint Mountains and is accessible by high clearance vehicles only.  Depending on road conditions, 4-wheel drive may be necessary.  The campground has 10 sites, tables, fireplaces and pit toilets.  Mahogany Flat is a Free Campground.
 
Mesquite Spring
Open All Year
Located at 1,800 feet, three miles from Scotty's Castle, Mesquite Spring has 30 sites with water, tables, fireplaces, flush toilets and a dump station.  Fee is $10 per night.
 
Stovepipe Wells Village
Open From 10/10/2002 To 04/15/2003
Located at sea level, Stovepipe Wells has 190 sites with water, flush toilets and a dump station.  Fee is $10 per night.
 
Sunset
Open From 10/10/2002 To 04/15/2003
Located 190 feet below sea level, Sunset has 1000 sites with water, flush toilets and dump station.  NO FIRES ALLOWED.  Fee is $10 per night.
 
Texas Spring
Open 10/10/2002 To 04/15/2003
Located at sea level, Texas Spring has 92 sites with water, tables, fireplaces, flush toilets and dump station.  Texas Spring is first come, first served with self-registration.  Fee is $12 per night.
 
Thorndike
Open From 03/01/2002 To 11/30/2002 (contact Park Headquarters for update).
Thorndike is located at 7,400 feet in the Panamint Mountains and is accessible by high clearance vehicles only.  Depending on road conditions, 4-wheel drive may be necessary.  Thorndike has 6 sites, tables, fireplaces and pit toilets.  Thorndike is a Free campground.
ATTENTION: Due to extreme fire danger, campfires are prohibited at Thorndike Campground until further notice!
 
Wildrose
Open All Year
Located at 4,100 feet  in the Panamint Mountains, Wildrose has 23 sites, with tables, fireplaces and pit toilets.  Drinking water is available during the Spring, Summer and Fall.  Wildrose is a free campground.
 

The Following Group Is Made Up Of "Privately Owned/Managed" Hotel/Motel Operators Who, While "Private," Operate Within The Park Boundaries. The Accomodations, Amenities And Charges Vary Widely. You Are Encouraged To Do Your Own Through Investigation Of Each Facility Before Making Reservations.

Furnace Creek Inn
Open All Year
The private Furnace Creek Inn provides first class resort accomodations in the Furnace Creek area.  Further online information and reservations are available at:  www.furnacecreekresort.com   
760-786-2345  Email:  info_fc@xanterra.com
 
Furnace Creek Ranch
Open All Year
The private Furnace Creek Ranch provides motel accommodations in the Furnace Creek area.  Further online information and reservations are available at:
www.furnacecreekresort.com  
760-786-2345 Email: info_fc@xanterra.c

Panamint Springs Resort
Open All Year
The private Panamint Springs Resort offers resort accmmodations and camping.  Further information can be found on the Internet at:  www.deathvalley.com  775-482-7680  (The only place in Death Valley National park that offers full hookups with 50amp electrical service).  Email: panamint@starband.net
 

 
Stovepipe Wells Village
Open All Year
The Stovepipe Wells Village concession offers resort accommodations and limited recreational vehicle camping with full hookups (30amp electrical service) in the Stovepipe Wells area.  www.stovepipewells.com  
760-786-2387  Email:   info-spw@xanterra.com
 
The Following Facility Is Located Outside The National Park But Within Reasonable Driving Distance:
 

Saddle West Hotel, Casino & RV Resort
1220 South Highway 160
Pahrump, NV 89048
(775) 727-1111 (local)
(800) 433-3987 (toll-free)
E-mail: swsam@saddlewest.com
http://www.saddlewest.com/
Hotel | Casino | RV Resort | Online Reservations | Dining | Banquets & Conventions

 

The Following Facility Is About A One Day's Drive From Death Valley Or The Mojave Preserve.  Well Worth The Trip!
 

Sometimes It Is Just Plain Too Hot To Camp In Our Favorite Deserts.   If You would Like To Try A Great Place That Is Much Cooler, With Beautiful Bodies Of Deep Blue Waters, Tall Pines And Sequoias, Clean Restrooms And Showers, Full Hookups And Tent Camping Platforms And More, Plus Three Very Nice Ladies Who Own And Manage A Very Clean And Very Nice Facility, This Is My Recommendation:
 

Wishon Village and RV Resort
Camping, Full Hookups, Hot Showers, Laundry
General Store, Boat & Motor Rentals
wishonvillagerv@psnw.com    www.WishonVillage.com
66500 McKinley Grove Road, Shaver Lake, CA  93664
(559) 865-5361    fax (559) 865-2000
Be sure to say "Hello" to Dianne, Bonny and Teal

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