Death Valley National Park

Death Valley National Park

Location: 328 Greenland Blvd., Death Valley, California, 92328
Lat/Long: 36.457099 / -116.866459
Phone No: 877-444-6777 or (760) 786-3200
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Amenities Onsite: Buffet | 49er Cafe | General store | Corkscrew Saloon | Lodge | ATM | Showers | Restrooms | Phone | Dump station |
Amenities Nearby : Post office | Airport | Gas station | Inn at Furnace Creek | Furnace Creek Inn Ranch |
Recreation Onsite: Bicycling | Golf | Sight seeing | Swimming pool | Tennis | Shuffle Board | Playground | Bocce Ball |
Recreation Nearby: Furnace Creek Resort | 19 hole golf course | Borax museum | Scotty's Castle | Ballarat Ghost Town | Leadfield Ghost Town | Racetrack Plays | Ubehebe Crater | Road touring | Racetrack Playa |  


California, Death Valley National Park.   When traveling to Death Valley it's extremely important to know exactly where you are going.  The highest temperature ever recorded was in Death Valley.  The following link is a map of the area CLICK FOR THE NPS MAP PAGE


From Los Angeles take the I-15 freeway east to the town of Baker.  Exit onto highway 127 north.  In approximately 60 miles take highway 190 west.  Continue on highway 190 for approximately 35 miles until you reach Furnice Creek.  Highway I-15, 127, and 190 are suited for large RV's.

Please see the Campbase map tab for an accurate map location.  


There are twelve (12) total campgrounds in Death Valley.  Some of these campgrounds are tent only.  Click the RED campground names below to see a full campground page.  Additional detail and pictures are available by searching the Campbase database using the campground name.

Death Valley Campgrounds
Furnace Creek (NPS) Oct-Apr $18-$50 136 Yes Full hookups, Dump station
Furnace Creek Ranch All $32 31 Yes Added sites
Sunset (NPS) Oct-Apr $12 270 No No shade
Texas Spring (NPS) All $14 106 No  
Stovepipe Wells (NPS) Sep-May $12 190 No  
Stovepipe Wells RV Park All $31 14 Yes  
Panamint Springs Resort All $7 - $30 76 Yes  
Mesquite Springs  (NPS) All $12 40 No  
Emigrant (NPS) All FREE 10 No Tent only 
Wildrose (NPS) All FREE 23 No  
Thorndike (NPS) Mar-Nov FREE 6 No No RV
Mahogany Flats (NPS) Mar-Nov FREE 10 No No RV
















Note: Opening and closing dates vary so call first. 

Visitor information:  (760)786-3200

Beleave it or not, the park is most busy during the summer months when temperatures can reach 134 degrees. The average temperature in July is 116 degrees.  Death Valley is a vast and arid desert.   Campbase does not recommend taking your RV to Death Valley during the summer months.  

Like most of Americas national parks, there are numerous things to see and do in Death Valley.  Furnace Creek has a 19 hole golf course that is the lowest golf course in the world at -214 feet.  The saying is: YOU'LL GET YOUR LOWEST SCORE EVER.   Furnice Creek is an oasis in the middle of this vast and arid desert.  There are five (5) campgrounds within walking distance to this Furnace Creek oasis.  The campgrounds are Furnice Creek Campground, Furnice Creek Ranch Campground, Fiddlers Campground, Sunset Campground, and Texas Springs Campground.  

Death Valley National Park is a "Drivers park" due to the large size of the park.  The numerous sights in the park all need to be driven to.  Most park roads are in excellent condition however, if you are driving a large RV, a tow car is essential.  Jeep rentals are available at the Furnace Creek Inn.  A few park roads do have vehicle length limits.  

Make sure you pick up the Visitors Guide news paper at the Information Center.  The guide has all the essential park information and is very useful.  Also visit Death Valley Jim's web site for detailed Death Valley articles and information. 

There is a 24-hour laundromat available in Furnace Creek Ranch.  It's the only one in the park.

Fuel is available at Stovepipe Wells Village, Furnace Creek, and Panamint Springs Resort.  Fuel prices are usually a bit more expensive in the park.

Showers are available at Stovepipe Wells Village and Furnace Creek Ranch for a small fee.  See the front hotel desk.

Firewood can be purchased at Panamint Springs, Stovepipe Wells, or Furnace Creek markets.

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