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The Furnace Creek Inn (760) 786-2361 and the Furnace Creek Ranch (760) 786-2345 provide motel accommodations.

The Stovepipe Wells Village provides motel accommodations and limited recreational vehicle camping facilities. (760) 786-2387.

The Panamint Springs Resort provides resort accommodations and camping. Tel (702) 482-7680 Fax (702) 482-7682

The town of Ridgecrest (to the southwest) provides motels.

Camping:

There are seven campgrounds in Death Valley combining over fourteen hundred sites. Hardly enough to accommodate the 10,000 or so visitors that descend upon the valley on the following dates so avoid them: 3-day winter weekends. Thanksgiving weekend; Christmas; New Years week; the Martin Luther King holiday in January; the Presidents holiday in February and Easter weekend

The Furnace Creek Campground (open all year) is on a first come served basis. ($16.00 per night)

Texas Springs and Sunset campgrounds (October through April) in the Furnace Creek area are first come first served with self registration. ($10.00 per night)

The Stovepipe Wells campground (October through April) is first come first served as is the Mesquite Springs campground (open all year) at the north end of the park near Scotty's Castle. Both campgrounds are $10.00 per night.

For the remainder of the spring camping season, Texas Springs campground will be for the use of Tents Only. Texas Springs campground has two group camping sites which are available by calling (760) 786-3247.




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