Scotty's Castle Road Construction.
Road construction Monday-Friday (occasional Saturdays) through the end of December; expect delays of up to 30 minutes between the Grapevine Ranger Station, and park boundary at NV-267 and on road to Mesquite Springs Campground.
2007 News Releases
December 5, 2007
"Holiday in the National Parks" Celebrated at the White House
The Death Valley National Park Ornament is displayed on this year's official White House Christmas Tree.
November 20, 2007
October 3, 2007
September 18, 2007
Scotty's Castle Special Tours of Lower Vine Ranch
August 25, 2007
Death Valley National Park Slated for Centennial Dollars
As part of the Centennial Initiative, Death Valley National Park will see twenty-two new seasonal and permanent rangers and funding for a park-wide inventory of flora and fauna.
August 23, 2007
First National Park Centennial Projects 'Ready to Go;' Adding Sparkle to America's 'Crown Jewels'
200 centennial proposals unveiled to be undertaken in national parks as part of the National Centennial Initiative.
April 17, 2007
Summer Hours of Operation for Scotty's Castle
As of April 28th, Scotty's Castle will be converting to summer hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
April 21, 2007
Junior Ranger Appreciation Day at Death Valley National Park - On Saturday, April 28th, join us at the Scotty's Castle picnic area for fun and refreshments.
March 13, 2007
America's Best Idea comes to Death Valley National Park. The traveling photographic exhibit - America's Best Idea - takes you on a visual tour of America's special natural and cultural places, our national parks. The exhibit is on display in the Furnace Creek Visitor Center auditorium through April the 8th.
February 13, 2007
Death Valley National Park to Host Open House
Death Valley will host its second annual Wildland Fire Awareness open house on Saturday, February 24, 2007.
January 11, 2007
Scotty's Castle Special Tours of Lower Grapevine Ranch
Did You Know?
Death Valley is the hottest place on Earth. In July 1913, five consecutive days of 129°F or above were recorded in Death Valley. On July 10, 1913 a reading of 134 degrees Fahrenheit was taken, the world record hottest air temperature. More...