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Stovepipe Wells Village, Death Valley National Park

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TripAdvisor
  • We stopped here after visiting the Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes for a drink and a bite to eat. The staff in the general store and restaurant were very pleasant and helpful. Very similar to Furnace Creek R...  more »
  • A wild menu with a surprising amount of quality items. Not all fried food!! The salads were fresh, the crazy chili was good and so was the grits dish. The staff was super nice and the movie posters ar...  more »
  • We entered the Park from the west. This was one of our first stops. Good place to get information, park passes, gas up, get refreshments, use restrooms etc. . Easy parking, helpful staff  more »
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  • Great experience. The room is basic but it has everything you need. The village is a great place to spend the night. Gas price is reasonable and the restaurant/bar has a great selection of draft beer. Highly recommend for visitors to Death Valley.
  • Restaurant was great! The prices are a tad high but considering the effort it takes to get everything out there it's totally reasonable. We stayed in the campsites over night, which is basically a parking lot for rv's and tents but facilities are well kept and they have a no generator policy from 7pm to 7am.
  • We hit this place upon our tour end of March 2017. It looks like an old Western town. At least, maybe for business, they keep this place. Beside Furnace Creek, one of the last fuel stations on the way to Death Valley. Check Furnace Creek fuel prices, you may appreciate their prices. Death Valley souvenir shopping opportunity. It is worth to walk around and see real old things. Or have a coffee at the saloon (a bit overpriced). Whenever you meet people from the village, they are honestly friendly. I like this place. Maybe you share my feelings.
  • We passed through Stovepipe Wells Village while on a quick roadtrip up from LA to visit the dunes. The last time I had been through Death Valley was 14 years ago. I don't remember this place being here then, but I'm glad it's here now! We stopped in to grab a bite to eat after a day of adventuring. The restaurant or "SALOON" as it's labeled on the outside is good for being in the middle of nowhere, but I wouldn't say the food is fantastic. I had the Angus Burger and my fiance had the chicken strips since they were out of all meats to make any of the sandwiches. The waiter seemed scattered and didn't really pay attention to basic things like drink refills. While the food isn't great, we found the drinks to be delicious. We will definitely come here again if we visit Death Valley again, but I hope some of the things that I've pointed out have been improved on. Overall okay experience. The food happily gave me the fuel to propose to my current fiance on the dunes. Thanks Stovepipe Wells!
  • This is an excellent store if you are seeking sheepskin or any type of hide rug. They offer a very eclectic and unique style of clothing and Retail options. There are also restaurants on location and antique stores nearby highly recommended