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Charcoal Kilns, Death Valley National Park

(4.2/5 based on 65 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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  • One of a kind. Not readily seen elsewhere. Worth the drive, even though there is about a mile of unsaved rough road. A regular SUV can easily mjake it, just go low and avoid the dips. The intrepid phy...  more »
  • The drive in is tricky in spots. There was snow/ ice there though the temperature that day was in the mid 50's very breeze and partly cloudy skies. These structures are awesome, so well made and prese...  more »
  • Snow and ice... Picturesque and interesting about the origin of these constructions. Peaks, beautiful winter environment to which we were not expecting.
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  • This was a nice side trip. We had such an educational day and there was a lot of history. We also did some looking for the super blooms. Excellent experience. Highly recommend this little trek off the beaten path!
  • The last few miles are a bit of a sketchy dirt road to get there but its a cool place to visit.
  • I heard Charcoal kiln and didn't know what to expect. They are massive and super cool and worth the visit.
  • Well preserved charcoal kilns. Easy drive to the kilns, even for a passenger car.
  • Such a slice of history