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Best parks in Death Valley

National Park
“North America’s lowest point. Isn’t the border of Nevad and California. Colorful Rocks, ghost town, moving rocks, basin flats. Amazing National Park. Amazing for photo shoots and selfies. ”
29 locals recommend
Park
“Only 20 minutes from our home, drive in and down the dirt road for about 3 miles, go right into the boardwalk natures walk way, THEN, go to the visitor center and view the interactive exhibits- THEN go to Devils Hole, a natural wonder that has much histortic mystery to it! ALL within Ash Meadows. Walk on the wooden walkways among the natural habitat of natural springs and rivers, see the amazing rare "Pup Fish" and natural plant life that flourishes in Death Valley Desert Habitats. Drive to "Devil's Hole" in the park, a rare natural opening within the desert floor where no bottom to the water has been found, explore the history and rumors surrounding the hole ”
4 locals recommend
Park
“It's Las Vegas but YES ... you can Ski and Snowboard! (in season so call ahead) Less than 1 hour from this house in Mount Charleston sits Lee Canyon Ski Resort. Not half bad for so close!”
9 locals recommend
Nature Preserve
“A must see in Death Valley, walk out to the salt flats and experience the lowest point in the US and see what it's like to be almost 300 feet below sea level.”
2 locals recommend
National Park
“Hiking, biking, quads, hot springs...LOVE it. http://www.nps.gov/deva/index.htm”
1 local recommends
Trail
“Want to see some amazing desert landscapes. Come check this place out! Fall-Spring season is a great time to check it out. Please don't go in summer, it gets over 125°F during the day. Deadly! Beautiful place for late evening/night stargazing. Clear skies to see the Milky Way Galaxy star formations. Prepare yourself with hydration and energy food because your are in the desert. ”
1 local recommends
Park
“The 2-mile round trip hike up Natural Bridge Canyon is a great trek for those interested in learning about the geological history of Death Valley National Park. Also, the natural bridge is just cool to walk under. A panel at the trailhead provides illustrations of the various geological features visible in the canyon, making it easy for hikers to spot the faults, chutes, and mud drippings along the way.”
1 local recommends
Park
“Mount Charleston, nearest ski/board locale, numerous hiking trails, beautiful views, ancient bristlecone trees, wildlife”
1 local recommends
Park
1 local recommends