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Darwin Falls, Death Valley National Park

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Where to stay in Death Valley National Park

Death Valley National Park provides numerous developed campgrounds where you can pitch a tent. Some of these are free, and some are open year-round, while others only offer camping in the cooler, non-summer months. There are a few privately owned and operated lodges and inns in the park, most of which feature rustic accommodations. With its upscale lodging, the Furnace Creek Inn stands as an exception. The town of Beatty, on the Nevada side of the park, offers a few basic inns and motels and a couple of casinos. On the California side, Randsburg sits farther away from the park's popular Furnace Creek area, but the town offers numerous economy motels and views of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
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  • This is a hidden gem. There were less people on this walk than others we did in Death Valley, but we thought this was one of the best. A gem of an oasis - water fall at the end.  more »
  • Great hike - short enough for most to make it. Reward - Seeing water fall in the desert with water year round ! Hike goes from desert to foliage . Quite a change. Follow the "pipe" that feeds Panamint...  more »
  • After spending days driving around the beautiful desert landscape I found myself in middle of this lush oasis. It was really cool. The hike is less than 2 miles and very flat. You have to go over some...  more »