This was our second time staying at this campground. We booked a site in the same "culdesac" area. It is a very pleasant stay - clean bathrooms, water fill up stations (the best one is at the Ranger's kiosk, although the filter might be on "yellow" the water still tastes great!) There are mesquite trees you can nestle your tent under for shade. Metal picnic benches in the site - bring something to sit on if you plan to sit on them in the heat of the day. You can sometimes be pretty close to your neighbor in these sites, but that goes for a lot of campgrounds. Depending on where your site is located you will need to tote your stuff to your site - not site side parking for most sites. If you have room for a collapsible wagon or cart that would be helpful for carrying your stuff to your site.
If you don't have noisy neighbors or dogs barking at night the owls move and and serenade you with their hoots. Coyotes, too are sometimes active. Beautiful spot centrally located to all the cool stuff in Death Valley.
Firewood and ice is pricey here. Just a heads up.More
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