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Visitation: 750,000
Area: 3.3+ milli Acres
Lat: 36.505389
Lon: 117.079408
Nearby Services
Gas-Furnace Creek, Stovepipe Wells, In the par MilesFood-Furnace Creek, Stovepipe Wells, In the par MilesLodging-Furnace Creek, Stovepipe Wells, In the par Miles
Site Facilities
Boardwalks Brochure/Species List Bus Accessible
Camping/lodging Drinking Water Fee
Food/Vending Machines Gift Shop/Bookstore Interpretive Signs
Lookouts Restrooms Trails
Trash Cans Visitor Center/Ranger Station
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List Facilites at Viewing Site

Site Id #:65 - Death Valley National Park

Facilites at Viewing Site

Boardwalks Boardwalks Salt Creek Boardwalk and Badwater. Harmony Borax Works has a paved trail with some grades.

Brochure/Species List Brochure/Species List

Bus Accessible Bus Accessible Most paved roads accomodate buses and large motorhomes; however, NOTE: Dantes View, Artists Drive and Emmigrant Canyon have 25-foot vehicle length restrictions to prevent collisions or vehicle damage due to the nature of the roads.

Camping/lodging Camping/lodging Lodging is located at Furnace Creek, Stovepipe Wells and Panamint Springs. Campgrounds are located throughout the park. Backcountry camping is permitted; however, it there are specific restrictions. Contact the park or see the park website (www.nps.gov/deva) for more detailed information.

Drinking Water Drinking Water

Fee Fee Current entrance and camping fees are posted on the park's website. The park accepts federal lifetime and annual recreational passes for entrance fees. Camping fees are charged at most campgrounds.

Food/Vending Machines Food/Vending Machines

Gift Shop/Bookstore Gift Shop/Bookstore Death Valley Natural History Association sells a variety of publications and other items of interest via the park's visitor centers and the internet. http://dvnha.org/

Interpretive Signs Interpretive Signs The museums have exhibits and interpretive signage is also located throughout the park.

Lookouts Lookouts Dantes View and Badwater viewpoints are accessible.

Restrooms Restrooms

Trails Trails Accessible: Badwater, Salt Creek Boardwalk, Harmony Borax Works

Trash Cans Trash Cans

Visitor Center/Ranger Station Visitor Center/Ranger Station The Furnace Creek Visitor Center and the Scotty's Castle Museum and Visitor Center are open daily throughout the year. The Stovepipe Wells Ranger Station is open periodically.