Plan Your Visit

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Plan a Summer Visit

Tips to have a safe and memorable visit during the heat of summer.

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Park Roads & Current Conditions

Current information about roads and closures in the park.

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Heat Safety

If visiting Death Valley in the summer, follow these tips to stay safe. The park is over 3 million acres with limited cell service; prepare

Heat Safety and More

Tips for staying cool, hantavirus, mines and more.

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Visit Safely with a Pet

Learn Death Valley's pet regulations and how to enjoy the park with a pet.

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Things to Do

What is there to do in Death Valley? Click here to find out.

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Directions and Transportation

Maps, airport information, and basic directions.

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Basic Information

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

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Explore campground options from primitive to full hook-up.

The Furnace Creek Inn is Death Valley's most luxurious hotel.

Whether you are looking to stay in a luxury hotel or a simple tent cabin, Death Valley has a range of options available.

Last updated: June 11, 2024

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Contact Info

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 579
Death Valley, CA 92328


760 786-3200

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