Some context is helpful: This is deep inside Death Valley which is a large desert and mountain environment. Therefore, the campground and surrounds are sand/dust/gravel. There are 14 sites with hookups, and then a lot of spots if you want to boondock or tent camp. It is situated in a lovely valley. There is no shade.
There was zero internet and a weak ATT signal. No cable and no air channels to grab. Utilities were fine with the one comment that the sewer connections are too far off the ground which creates flow issues and very high sewer pipe pressures. The giant ravens around the park pecked holes in our sewer hose and destroyed it. Happened to others too.
Our rate of $20 per night was because we got 50% off for having a lifetime national park pass. This is highly recommended if you love the national parks like we do. We stayed 7 nights and there is a lot to see in and around Death Valley. Wonderful place.
There is a large general store (crowded most of the day). Gas is available but expensive (expected). Diesel is down in Furnace Creek.
This is basic but ok given the location and the fact it is inside a national park. We were glad to have hookups. We camped at Stovepipe Wells Village RV Park (Concessionaire Operated) in a 36' Motorhome with a tow car.More
- Free parking