Where to Stay in Death Valley
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Hotels & Resorts in Death Valley
A small, rustic, western-style, resort located in beautiful Panamint Valley in Death Valley National Park that provides lodging, camping and RV services, a restaurant and bar, and a gas station with a well stocked general store. Marvelous views of distant sand dunes and the soaring 11,000 foot high Panamint Mountains complete the setting for leisure, dining, and relaxation. The resort is located at the western end of Death Vally National Park and offers lodging, restaurant and bar, camping, and RV services.
Death Valley Stovepipe Wells Village Hotel
Situated in the bast and beautiful landscape of Death Valley, Stovepipe Wells Village Hotel provides authentic western comfort. Several of our 83 rooms offer breathtaking views of Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes and surrounding mountain ranges while others open onto our tranquil, historic inner courtyard.
Guests can enjoy swimming int he heated, outdoor pool with covered lounge area, and enjoy a hearty meal at our acclaimed Toll Road Restaurant. For lighter fare and a wide selection of cold beverages, the Badwater Saloon awaits. Visitors are always welcome to brows the Nugget Gift Shop and the General Store with refueling available at our service station.
An elegant hideaway since 1927, the Inn at Furnace Creek is a AAA-Rated four-diamond resort that still pampers ever guest. Its the perfect place to reclaim your senses as you relax near the spring-fed pool, stroll through palm gardens to the melody of the natural springs, shop for unique items in the gift shop, watch a glorious sunset from one of the quaint stone patios or enjoy a cool drink from Stargazers Deck. Make reservations at one of the National Park system's premier historic hotels.
The Ranch at Furnace Creek offers accomodations in a casual, family-like setting -- the perfect complement to the classic elegance of the Inn at Furnace Creek. As you wander around the western-themed grounds, you'll feel like you've been transported back to the 18oo's when this site was established as a working ranch. Yet you'll enjoy the amenities of modern civilization, like quiet, recently refurbished rooms, a spring-fed swimming pool, tennis courts, a children's playground and the National Park Service Visitor's Center--which is just a stone's throw away. So is the 18-hole golf course--the lowest elevation course in the world-- and Golf Pro Shop. With two restaurants, a bar and the epicenter for numerous activities, The Ranch at Furnace Creek is the ideal place to stay when visiting Death Valley National Park.
Tent Camping in Death Valley
Camping at Panamint Springs Resort
Small Tent Cabins with 2 cots: $35.00 per night (except in high season…see below). Sleeps 2 people comfortably & up to 3 people maximum. Tent cabins have 2 cots setup inside (bedding not included). Can fit up to one additional cot for $5.00 extra, but it will be very tight!Large Tent Cabins with 4 cots: $50.00 per night (except in high season…see below). Sleeps 4 people comfortably & up to 5 people maximum. These large tent cabins have 4 cots setup inside (bedding not included). Can fit up to one additional cot for $5 extra.
***Small tent cabins rent for $50 per night & large tent cabins rent for $65 per night during the following dates
2016: March 1-April 30, July 8-Sept 30, & Nov 21-26.
2017: March 10-April 29, July 14-Sept 30, & Nov 17-25.
We have bedding sets available for rental for $10 per person (includes sleeping bag & pillow). Bedding sets can be obtained at the registration desk at the General Store during business hours (7am to 9:30pm). Bedding is not available after hours. Pets are $5 per pet, per night. No smoking or cooking inside the tent cabins. Each tent cabin site has a fire ring. Tent cabins do NOT have electricity, lighting, heat, or cooling.
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26 Tent Sites: $10.00 per night for up to 5 people
Tent sites allow for one tent and one vehicle. If you need space for more tents or extra vehicles you will need to rent additional sites. All sites have fire pits and most sites have picnic tables. Picnic tables not guaranteed.
National Park Service Campgrounds
Many campsites are seasonal in Death Valley. Please visit the National Park Service page for more information on them.
|Furnace Creek||Open all year, accepting reservations between Oct 15 to April 15||-196'||$18***||136||yes||yes||yes||flush||yes|
|Sunset||Open Oct 15 to April 15. Closed between April 16 to Oct 14||-196'||$12||270||yes||no||no||flush||yes|
|Texas Spring||Oct 15 to May 10. Closed May 11 to Oct 14||sea level||$14||92||yes||yes||yes||flush||yes|
|Stovepipe Wells||Oct 15 to May 10. Closed May 11 to Oct 14||sea level||$12||190||yes||some||some||flush||yes|
|Mesquite Spring||Open all year||1800'||$12||30||yes||yes||yes||flush||yes|
|Open all year||2100'||free||10||yes||yes||no||flush||no|
|Wildrose*||Open all year||4100'||free||23||yes||yes||yes||pit||no|
|Thorndike**||March to November. Closed during winter.||7400'||free||6||no||yes||yes||pit||no|
|Mahogany Flat**||March to November. Closed during winter.||8200'||free||10||no||yes||yes||pit||no|
RV Camping in Death Valley
12 Full-hookup Sites (30 and 50 amp): $35.00 per night
Electricity, water, and sewer hookup for each site. All sites have fire pits and picnic tables
***Be advised: Our electricity is produced by a diesel generator and the power is not as clean as line power. Some new RVs may have issues with our electricity.
25 Dry Sites (no hookups): $20.00 per night No hookups. All sites have fire pits and some have picnic tables. Picnic tables not guaranteed. Showers are included with the site fee for all campsites and tent cabins. They are located in the restroom facilities and do not require coins to operate. Showers are available without a campsite as well. Please inquire at the general store. For pets in RV or tents sites, there is an additional charge of $5.00 per pet for the duration of stay.