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Sunset Campground


Death Valley National Park
Death Valley, CA 92328
760.786.3200
No Email Address
http://www.nps.gov/deva/pphtml/camping.html
3 Reviews
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Our visit was in early January 2006. We stayed in Sunset Campground. There are three campgrounds at Furnace Creek. Sunset, Furnace Creek, and Texas Spring. Sunset is basically a dirt lot with restrooms. However, it does have the best views and also the generator hours are the longest. Furnace Creek is adjacent to the golf course and has trees and random shaped campsites. Generators are more limited here. Texas Springs is more for tent camping and doesn't allow generators. Furnace Creek is a nice central place from which to explore Death Valley. There are hookup sites available at Stovepipe Wells.

 

Received from Don W for visit in Jan 2006


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Though it is a parking lot type of campground the generator hours are 7am to 9pm. Gives an open view of the valley and usually not crowded. $12/day.

 

Received from Montana RVer's for visit in Jan 2006


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This is a open parking lot type of campground across from Furnace Creek Visitor Center. There are rest rooms, water and a dump station. It is dry camping. You are within walking distance of the visitor center and the store and restaurant. Nothing fancy, Just a place to park and enjoy Death Valley.

Received from borntotravel for visit in Jan 2006


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