Encompassing more than three million acres of California’s Mojave desert, Death Valley National Park offers spectacular desert scenery, wildflowers, and the lowest spot in the western hemisphere at Badwater. Must-sees include Scotty’s castle, now a museum, but once the residence of a local colorful character; Badwater, at 292 feet below sea level; Artist’s Palette, a rainbow of colored stone; the sand dunes at Stove Pipe Wells, and Furnace Creek hotel – a historical landmark built in the early 1900s.
Eleven camping acres service the visitor, and range from primate to full-hookup. Furnace Creek offers 136 sites and is a full-service camp-ground on the valley floor. We have some of the campsite photos of Furance Creek campground, and examples of campsite photos of Texas Springs campground, campsites photos of Stove Pipe Wells campground, and campsite photos of Sunset campground.