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Eastern Sierra InterAgency Visitor Center

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Eastern Sierra InterAgency Visitor Center

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Steve H wrote a review Apr 2020
Tacoma, Washington77 contributions12 helpful votes
Nice informative displays of the area's geological features and flora and fauna. Also explains the LA Aqueduct, its origins and timeline to the present. Not sure the ranger/clerk really understood traveling via truck camper. Some roads she thought were fine were pretty tough to travel.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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tkuhnau wrote a review Feb 2020
151 contributions21 helpful votes
We received plenty of help with our questions. The facility was well laid out and clean. They had a very nice gift shop.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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vegasrugbyref wrote a review Dec 2019
Las Vegas, Nevada4,671 contributions261 helpful votes
Located on Highway 136 and 395. This information center provides a very good tourist information service to the region including Death Valley and the Alabama Hills Recreation area. Plenty of parking spaces. Clean bathrooms too. Not busy in winter.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Mark M wrote a review Dec 2019
Wailuku, Hawaii34 contributions6 helpful votes
On the last leg of my National Parks road trip from Death Valley to Manzanar and stopped to get a Mt Whitney stamp on our NP passport and was pleasantly surprised at the extensive exhibits and information available about the region. Definitely worth the stop for the view of Mt Whitney alone.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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hppytrvler wrote a review Nov 2019
Oahu, Hawaii58 contributions47 helpful votes
Paid 2.50 for a bear canister (per day). Needed it at trail camp as the Marmots were swarming for any food scraps. Did not see any bears. Returned bear canister after hours at the box outside the visitor center.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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