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Charcoal Kilns, Death Valley National Park

Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web
Charcoal Kilns is located in Death Valley National Park. Arrange your visit to Charcoal Kilns and discover more family-friendly attractions in Death Valley National Park using our Death Valley National Park family vacation planner.
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  • Very cool to see and interesting. We came across some wild burros on our way which was way cool . There is an outhouse at the kilns. 
  • They are old and certainly unusual. We exited DV westbound (highly unusual going to LAS but this is another story altogether) and as we were driving right by them we stopped. Kind of a ho-hum thing to...  read more »
  • Kind of a long drive into the middle of no where, but it opens up into a very cool historical find. Great signage to explain who built the kilns, as well as what they were used for. Great place to hav...  read more »
  • Impressive kilns. Two miles of dirt road to get there.
  • Well preserved charcoal kilns. Easy drive to the kilns, even for a passenger car.
  • Go at night for night photography
  • Lack of pottery so less a star.
  • Unique structures. Worth the extra drive to see.
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Visit for 3​h 30​m