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Of the park's nine campgrounds, only Furnace Creek accepts reservations from mid-April to mid-October...
Furnace Creek Ranch
Tailor-made for families, this rambling resort has been subjected to a vigorous facelift resulting in rooms dressed in desert-color decor, updated bathrooms and porches with comfortable patio furniture...
Inn At Furnace Creek
Roll out of bed and count the colors of the desert as you pull back the curtains in your room at this elegant 1927 Mission-style hotel...
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.
Panamint Springs Resort
Elsewhere 'off the grid' is a state of mind, but it's a statement of fact at this low-key, family-run village of cabins and campgrounds on the park's western border...
Ranch At Furnace Creek
Tailor-made for families, this rambling resort with multiple, motel-style buildings has received a vigorous facelift, resulting in spiffy rooms swathed in desert colors, updated bathrooms and French doors leading to porches with comfortable patio furn...
Stovepipe Wells Village
The 83 rooms at this sea-level tourist village are newly spruced-up and have quality linens beneath Death Valley-themed artwork, cheerful Native American–patterned bedspreads, coffeemakers and TVs...
Furnace Creek Campground
Mahogany Flat Campground
Mesquite Springs Campground
Stovepipe Wells Campground
Texas Spring Campground