Plan Your Visit

The park newspaper is a good source of of information in one location. It includes pages on desert survival, what to see, hiking, map, news, planning your trip, and visitor services.

 
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Basic Information

Operating hours and seasons, weather, fees, and visitor centers.

Stay, Camp, Eat

Eating and Sleeping

Lodging information, campgrounds, and restaurants.

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Directions and Transportation

Maps, airport information, and basic directions.

Hoike, Bike, Backpack, Drive and more!

Outdoor Activities

Death Valley is a 3.4 million acre playground. Drive it, hike it, bike it, see it!

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Don't Miss - Sightseeing

The most breathtaking places to see for first time visitors.

Hikers beneath Manly Beacon on the Gower Gulch Loop

Hiking

From deep canyons to salt flats, sand dunes, and desert peaks, Death Valley is a hiker's paradise.

Backpackers in Marble Canyon

Backpacking

Cross country adventures for a true wilderness experience.

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Accessibility

Information on accessible parking, where to go, and campsites.

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 579
Death Valley, CA 92328

Phone:

(760) 786-3200

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