The best camping near Eureka Dunes

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Discover the towering Eureka Dunes, a desert spectacle in Death Valley.  

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Aberdeen Resort

12 sites · RVs10 acres · Independence, CA
Learn more about this land:Relax at Aberdeen Resort! Enjoy Goodale Creek at camp and the amazing views of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range. We have 10 Overnight Sites with the rest of the park being long term. Explore the many OHV trails, hike from the Park or head up to the many trailheads in the area. Fish Goodale Creek or head across the 395 to the gorgeous Owens River. Unspoiled and wild, the Owens Valley is spectacular and serene.
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Bonnie Claire Gold Mill Ghost Town

100 sites · RVs, Tents90 acres · Beatty, NV
Learn more about this land: Has no campsites or rest rooms . Camp anywear u wish . If people start to go ill get restrooms and make fire pitts . Cub scounts had a great time. Please ask scouts and support saving Bonnie Claire gold mill. Amazing place. Star gazing capital of the world. Groups welcome. Very historical. See many things in death valley. Huge meteorite crater. Randys castle. Ghost Towns and mines. And more. Great place. Enjoy a private limo ride to and from Las Vegas to Death Valley. Bonnie Claire Gold Mill. In a 16 passenger super stretch limousine. You can camp out or just take the tour. We have two tours. 1. One just Bonnie Claire Gold Mill. Take a 2 .5 hour ride thru the most scenic Western Towns in Vegas. Very historical beautiful scenery all the way there. We stop off at Beatty Nevada to the world famous candy store that has the best choices for all kinds of candy.. Even the candy you miss as a kid. Refresh . Get a Subway, shop souvenirs or get a home made ice cream float. $299 per person.. inc. Food limo and to and from Bonnie claire. Then we continue to Bonnie Claire Gold Mill about 40 minutes from there. See Gold Mountain. Mines shafts and more. Is a magical experience. 2. Grand tour. Wear we drive from Bonnie Claire Gold mill to Tonopah Nevada and explore the huge self guided tour " the historical mining museum " Wear it all happen. 2 billion in silver was taken from these 3 mines. Is amazing . Google it. Price is $399 per person . Inc food , drinks and private limo to and from Las Vegas to Bonnie Claire. Much more fun then Grand Canyon. And if the hot mineral springs are open. Well stop there as well. Many have said the Bonnie Claire Gold Mill tour was the most beautiful thing they ever did. So give it a try. Limousine ride . Ice cold air. 2 tvs . Relax and see the West. Guns are invited.² to c
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Kindovez Kamp

2 sites · RVs1 acre · Bishop, CA
Learn more about this land:Native lands with fire pit and tent camping near by fishing swimming and gaming. Enjoy a camp spot not too far from town. Wildlife watching and bait gathering. Access to water and electricity.
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The best camping near Eureka Dunes guide

Overview

About

Rising 680 ft above the dry bed of the Eureka Valley, Eureka Dunes are the largest found in California. Northwest of the world-famous Death Valley National Park, this mountainous sand dune is shrouded by the immense limestone wall of the Last Chance Mountains that rise another 4,000 ft above the valley floor. A strenuous hike through the loose sand, reaching the top of the dunes is no easy task. On dry days a perplexing phenomena occurrs when sand slides down the steepest face of the dunes. In specific conditions the shifting sands will fill the valley with what sounds like the ominous low drone of a pipe organ.

When to go

The best time to visit Eureka Dunes is during the cooler months from late fall to early spring. Summer temperatures can be extreme, making daytime exploration less comfortable. Plan your visit around spring for a chance to see the dunes' endemic wildflowers in bloom.

Know before you go

  • Check weather conditions before your visit, as temperatures can soar in summer months.
  • Bring plenty of water and sun protection to navigate the arid landscape safely.
  • Respect the fragile ecosystem by staying on designated paths and observing wildlife from a distance.
  • Remember that off-road vehicle travel is not permitted on the dunes or within the park.
  • For a full experience, download the official NPS app for detailed information and maps.

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