Death Valley National Park

Death Valley National Park

Overview / Map of Death Valley

Welcome to Death Valley

Death Valley National Park is the largest American national park outside of Alaska. You can access points of interest by a variety of means, including auto, tour bus, four-wheel drive vehicle, horse, hiking and private aircraft. Ninety-five percent of the park's 3.4 million acres is wilderness, providing unique opportunities ...

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In A Nutshell

Here's a quick rundown of the basics you need to know when planning a visit to Death Valley National Park: Entrance Fees Death Valley National Park is open every day of the year. Entrance fees vary. For $20, passengers in noncommercial vehicles (cars, trucks and vans) can leave and re-enter the ...

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Visitor Services

Despite Death Valley's fearsome reputation and famously barren landscape, the National Park Service and a number of concessioners have taken steps to ensure that your trip is as smooth as it is inspiring. The Death Valley infra-structure includes gift shops, outfitters, postal services and all the other necessities that ...

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At A Glance

Death Valley, the largest national park in the contiguous United States, comprises more than 3.3 million acres of desert wilderness. Bound on the west by the towering 11,049-foot Telescope Peak, and on the east by the 5,475-foot Dante's View, this fabled park features spectacular desert scenery, unusual wildlife and ...

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