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Typical National Park Campground. Has everything you need unless you want luxury. The views are fantastic. The area around the campground is great to hike and explore.
The stores and eating adjacent is pretty darn good and prices are fare even though you are a...More
Like the title says, it's a nice enough place until you try to get some rest. Someone felt the need to place dance music! Boom, boom, boom... goes the bass. I did like the outdoor wash stations, though; clean, simple.
We planned a last minute trip (2 weeks prior) to Death Valley. So by the time I looked into RV reservations (only at Furnace Creek) all but 1 night (of our weekend) was filled up. I snatched the last standard (not electricity) spot for the...More
The only problem is that I think the online reservation system (through recreation.gov) doesn't have all of the sites listed right as far as 'full hookup.' Double check, click on the picture. I really needed power for this visit and they were helpful and accommodating...More
We are tent campers and this is one of the worst tent camping experiences we've had. Although there is a tent camping area, there is no privacy. We ended up in the middle of giant RVs and because they are so close together, there is...More
I've camped in Death Valley several times around New Years Eve. Both at Furnace Creek Campground as well as at higher elevations, with freezing temperatures at night. It wasn't really warm at Furnace Creek, 60 degrees F / 16... More
I've camped in Death Valley several times around New Years Eve. Both at Furnace Creek Campground as well as at higher elevations, with freezing temperatures at night. It wasn't really warm at Furnace Creek, 60 degrees F / 16 C during the day, but no frost at night. I think you should bring a four season tent, and a four season sleeping bag. Death Valley is scenic by itself, there's some interesting history associated with it, you may want to prepare your visit by reading something about it (on the internet), so you will recognize some of the points of interest. It's a great time for hiking too. You may also want to visit places like just outside of the park Lone Pine, Darwin, Alabama Hills, China Ranch, Shoshone, Tecopa Hot Springs.