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Stovepipe Wells Village, Death Valley National Park

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  • If you need gas, get it here. It's more expensive in Panamint Springs, or Death Valley Junction or Shoshone.  more »
  • We ate lunch at the Stovepipe Wells Saloon and it was soo much better than the Saloon and only non buffet option in Furnace Creek. Hubby and I shared the chicken quesadilla and a salad. It was tasty, ...  more »
  • Did not stay here as the park was full. After driving around for a few days and stopping here twice, this would be my choice of places to stay. Centrally located, accommodations looked good, some nice...  more »
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  • 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
  • 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!
  • comfy, quiet room with a great view, it was everything we hoped for. We spent 4 nights there and enjoyed every one of 'em. Had some great food in the restaurant, and also some 'less than great' cuisine. Avoid their Pig 'n Puddin' and you should be okay.
  • A great stop right inside the park. You can stop and get some food, some gifts, and some water. Get a little sleep and be ready to hit the park for some of the most spectacular sunrises you'll ever see.
  • 2 Night stay. Very clean, however strange smell in many rooms. Running AC for an hour seems to fix. Showerhead doesn't work very well. Atmosphere is great. Friendly staff.