Death Valley National Park

Texas Springs Campground

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. From March 17th through April 15th, Texas Spring is designated primarily for tent camping with a limited number of RV sites. ...

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Emigrant Campground

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. By Mail Death Valley National Park P.O. Box 579 Death Valley, CA 92328 By Phone Visitor Information (760) 786-3200 Commercial Permits (760) 786-3241 By Fax (760) ...

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Virgin Springs Canyon

Start one half mile west of Jubilee Pass. Drive or walk one mile up a 4 x 4 road. From here it is a 3 mile walk to a large stone structure, which is old miners' housing. Springs may be dry. Follow the old road into Greenwater Valley for ...

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Furnace Creek Campground

The Furnace Creek Campground is on a first come first served basis starting mid April. From mid October through mid April Furnace Creek Campground and the two group sites at Texas Springs Campground are on a reservation system. Around June 5th, campground reservations may be made for dates from ...

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Keane Wonder Springs

Follow pipeline north along mountain base to sulfur springs and travertine mounds. Beyond springs are remains of an old stampmill and cabin. Do not remove any historical artifacts By Mail Death Valley National Park P.O. Box 579 Death Valley, CA 92328 By Phone Visitor Information (760) 786-3200 Commercial Permits (760) 786-3241 By Fax (760) ...

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Red Wall Canyon Trail

Colorful (red) narrow mountain canyon. From road, hike 2 miles up alluvial fan to mouth of canyon (watch for meeting of red and black rock to locate canyon). Rock climbing skills are needed to continue beyond a dry waterfall 1 mile up the canyon. No trail By Mail Death Valley National ...

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Jayhawker Canyon Trail

Start at 3,000 feet elevation sign on Highway 190, 2.3 miles past Emigrant Junction. Walk the 1850 route of '49er pioneers. Some of them signed their names on a large boulder two miles in. Five miles one way, gentle grade to base of Pinto Peak By Mail Death Valley National Park P.O. ...

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Keane Wonder Mine Trail

Very steep, narrow trail from mill ruins to mine 1500 ft. above. Sweeping views of Death Valley. Do not enter any mines - they are unstable and hazardous. Do not remove any historical artifacts By Mail Death Valley National Park P.O. Box 579 Death Valley, CA 92328 By Phone Visitor Information (760) 786-3200 Commercial Permits (760) 786-3241 By Fax (760) ...

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Stovepipe Wells Ranger Station

Stovepipe Wells is a small way-station in the northern part of Death Valley, California. There is a motel with swimming pool, a gas station/general store, a gift shop, a ranger station and a restaurant/bar. Close to town are some fairly large and accessible sand dunes. The sand dunes are ...

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Gower Gulch Loop

Moderate hike. Colorful badlands, canyon narrows, old borax mines. Hike up Golden Canyon to last numbered trail marker, then take path over badlands to Gower Gulch. Hike up to Zabriskie Point or down gulch to finish loop. Two easy dryfalls must be scrambled down in Gower Gulch. Ask for ...

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