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7" x 9"
102 color photographs
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Accommodations in Death Valley National Park range from basic motel rooms at Panamint Springs and Stovepipe Wells Village to the mid-range Furnace Creek Ranch and the more upscale Furnace Creek Inn. Stores, restaurants, and gas stations are located in the park at Panamint Springs, Stovepipe Wells Village, and Furnace Creek.
Outside the park, a full range of services can be found at Baker, Shoshone, Beatty, and other towns.
Furnace Creek Inn and Ranch
Furnace Creek Inn is Death Valley's luxury hotel and resort, originally built by the Pacific Coast Borax Company in the 1920s. Amenities include a swimming pool, tennis courts, and even a golf course. Furnace Creek Ranch offers more down-to-earth (and more affordable) accommodations, with 224 motel rooms and cabins. Stores, restaurants, and a gas station are located within the complex.
Panamint Springs Resort
Panamint Springs offers a 15-room motel, tent campground, and RV hookups, along with a gas station, store, and restaurant.
Stovepipe Wells Village
Recently renovated and under new management, Stovepipe Wells has 83 motel rooms plus a swimming pool, general store, gift shop, restaurant, and gas station.
|Furnace Creek||all year||-196'||$18**||136||yes||yes||yes||flush||yes|
|Texas Spring||Oct-Apr||sea level||$14||92||yes||yes||yes||flush||yes|
|Stovepipe Wells||Oct-Apr||sea level||$12||190||yes||some||some||flush||yes|
|Mesquite Spring||all year||1800'||$12||30||yes||yes||yes||flush||yes|
|Emigrant (tents only)||all year||2100'||free||10||yes||yes||no||flush||no|
* Accessible to high clearance vehicles only. 4-wheel drive may be necessary.
** Furnace Creek Campground fee changes to $12 per night from mid-April to mid-October.
Source: National Park Service 2013