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Lonely Planet review
Furnace Creek (crowded, little shade, mostly RVs), Mesquite Spring (near Scotty’s Castle), Emigrant (tents only, near Stovepipe Wells) and Wildrose (high in the Panamint Range) campgrounds are open year-round.
Our independent authors have visited NPS Campgrounds and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Death Valley National Park.
Interesting places nearby
Ranch at Furnace Creek Swimming Pool
This huge spring-fed pool is kept at a steady 84°F (29°C) and cleaned with a nifty flow-through system that uses minimal chlorine. It’s...
Death Valley National Park
Check online for daily wildflower updates during the spring season.
Farabee’s Jeep Rentals
If you don’t have a 4WD but would like to explore the park’s backcountry, rent a Jeep from this outfit. You must be over 25 years old,...
Café C’est Si Bon
Solar-powered internet café serving espresso, baked goods and fresh vegetarian fare.