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Death Valley National Park

Death Valley National Park, California

Death Valley National Park offers visitors the chance to feel humbled and renewed amidst the prowess of the desert’s spacious immensity, sculpted rock and vivid technicolor sunsets. Desert regions Read more...
Death Valley National Park offers visitors the chance to feel humbled and renewed amidst the prowess of the desert’s spacious immensity, sculpted rock and vivid technicolor sunsets. Desert regions of harsh extremes and unencumbered beauty have inspired artists and outdoor-lovers alike, harboring the more contradictory forces of nature. Snow dusted peaks and record heat? Yes. Wildflower summoning rainstorms between steady droughts? Yes. Relieved fish taking refuge in crystal pools that dot, every so often, an enduring scape of rolling sand and cliffed basalt? Yes, yes and yes. When you go to Death Valley you are not limited to camping, hiking and backpacking, although this in itself could satiate the belly of any hungry outdoorsman or woman. At Death Valley National Park there are opportunities for rock climbing, horseback riding, golfing, off highway vehicle adventures and snowshoeing, to name a few. And after you’ve seized the day, refilled your water canteen and stretched your tired legs out on a sleeping mat outside your tent, you can fall asleep to one of the best stargazing bedtime stories the night sky has to offer.
Furnace Creek Campground
Mitch: While most of the sites do have some sort of tree coverage for shade, not all do. The site we ended...
Wildrose Campground
Alyx: Arrive early for the weekend to grab one of these free campsites. Wildrose Charcoal Kilns are just 7...
Mesquite Spring Campground
Robert: Stayed here Dec 27, 2014, this is an awesome campsite. If you are a stargazer there is little to no...
Emigrant Campground
This tents only, year round campground is awaiting your need for seclusion, with only 10 spots for the...
Mahogany Flat Campground
Emma: The last few miles up are dirt/gravel, you will want high clearance and probably 4WD. The Telescope...
Texas Spring Campground
Matthew: We went into Death Valley without reserving a campsite. Our first stop was to check Texas Springs and...
Stovepipe Wells Campground
Korey: This may look like a bleak camping spot, but I absolutely loved the people that worked at Stovepipe...
Sunset Campground
This large, flat parking lot campground is primarily for RV camping and sits within a mile’s reach of...
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Lake and mountains in Trona
Casey: Tent or park on lot or street. great residential lot with room. Close to everything right off the HWY...
Sycamore Arch & Turtle Flat
Manel: River Ridge Ranch is a special treat. This is a spot you enjoy whether you are an experienced camper...
Lone Pine Campground
Clara: The Alabama Hills/Lone Pine are a great location to view the Leonid Meteor Showers in mid November.
Stargazing at Tranqvillium
Stepfanie: Driving here from southern California was beautiful and peaceful. I called the host to clarify...
Swinging Beds under the Oaks
Matt: This trip was absolutely amazing! Mehmet & Chico were perfect hosts — super accommodating and...
Hidden Camp
Lisse: River Ridge Ranch is amazing, we can't wait to come back! The campsite has a thick layer of soft soil...
Kennedy Meadows Campground
Sarah: It's in a canyon, so go for one of the campsites on the southwest side of the campground by the stream...
Mojave Desert Camping 5 Acres
Clint: Staying at the Mojave Desert Camping Area was a fun and unique camping experience. There is tons of...
Mt. Whitney Trailhead Campground
Alyx: This walk-in backpackers campground is the perfect spot to acclimatize and stage your Whitney summit....
Whitney Portal Family Campground
Paulina: Reserve a site off the main section of camp for more seclusion and closer access to the creek. Lots of...
Quercus Cabin
Michaela: My boyfriend and I came to this site to celebrate our anniversary. Little did we know, this campsite...
Lodgepole Campground
Peter: Lodgepole is one of the best campgrounds in Sequoia National Park. Much more favorable summer...
Whitney Portal Group Campground
Anna: I've gotten lucky finding a spot the night of both times visiting Whitney Portal, but wouldn't...
Coyote View Tent Camping
Nic: Coyote View campsite is located at the back of the property and is a slightly raised plateau that...
Onion Valley Campground
Nathan: Definitely not recommended for RVs or Trailers...not only because the road to the campground is an...
Upper Peppermint Campground
Mike: There are no hookups so totally dry camping but it does have places that accommodate 30' fifth wheels...
Lower Peppermint Campground
Joel: The Good: This place was fantastic for a dude's weekend away from the city. Follow the creek behind...
Cottonwood Lakes Trailhead Campground
Ready to venture off into the Eastern Sierras? The one-night-only Cottonwood Lakes Trailhead...
Horseshoe Meadows Equestrian Camp
If you’re looking for a riding adventure of fantastic proportions, Horseshoe Meadows Equestrian Camp...
Horseshoe Meadows Campground
Bernini : Bring cash and leave payment in the box.