Death Valley National Park

Death Valley National Park USA History:

Death Valley National Park Location California & Nevada, USA
Death Valley National Park Nearest city Pahrump, NevadaNearest city: Pahrump, Nevada
Death Valley National Park Coordinates 36°14′31″N 116°49′33″W
Death Valley National Park Area 5,261.91 sq mi (13,628.3 km2)
5,232.70 sq mi (13,552.6 km2) federal
Death Valley National Park Established February 11, 1933 (Monument)
October 31, 1994 (National Park) Established: February 11, 1933 (Monument)
October 31, 1994 (National Park)
Death Valley National Park Visitors 744,440 (in 2006)
Death Valley National Park Governing body National Park Service

Death Valley National Park USA Visitor Center:

Death Valley National Park USA Weather:

Month Avg High - °F Avg Low - °F Avg Precip (in)
Jan 65.7 39.1 0.30
Feb 73.8 46.2 0.47
Mar 80.8 53.6 0.35
Apr 89.7 61.5 0.12
May 99.0 71.2 0.07
Jun 108.7 80.2 0.05
Jul 115.2 86.9 0.13
Aug 113.4 85.2 0.14
Sep 105.7 75.2 0.18
Oct 92.8 61.6 0.10
Nov 76.1 47.8 0.19
Dec 64.9 38.1 0.18
Annual 90.5 62.3 2.28

Death Valley National Park USA Operating Hours:

Death Valley National Park VISITOR CENTERS AND MUSEUMS

Furnace Creek Visitor Center & Museum
Open Daily
Winter 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time
Summer 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time
Phone Number - (760) 786-3200

Death Valley National Park Scotty's Castle Visitor Center & Museum

Open Daily
Winter 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Summer 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Phone Number - (760) 786-2392

Death Valley National Park USA Camping:

Death Valley National Park Prohibited Camping Areas: "Day Use Only" dirt roads:

  1. Titus Canyon Road
  2. West Side Road
  3. Wildrose Road
  4. Skidoo Road
  5. Aguereberry Point Road
  6. Cottonwood Canyon Road (first eight miles only)
  7. Racetrack Road (from Teakettle Junction to Homestake Dry Camp)

Death Valley National Park Historic Mining Areas:

  1. Inyo Mine
  2. Lost Burro Mine
  3. Ubehebe Lead Mine

Death Valley National Park USA Nature & Science:

Death Valley National Park Animals

  1. Amphibians
  2. Birds
  3. Fish
  4. Mammals
  5. Reptiles
  6. Butterflies

Death Valley National Park Plants

  1. Cacti / Desert Succulents
  2. Wildflowers

 

Death Valley National Park USA Facts:

Death Valley National Park Area:
3,367,627.68 acres
1,362,860.25 hectares
Death Valley National Park Highest Point:
Telescope Peak 11,049 feet
3,367.7 meters
Death Valley National Park Lowest Point:
Badwater: -282 feet -86 meters
Death Valley National Park Highest Temperature:
134 F 56.6 C
Death Valley National Park Lowest Temperature:
15 F -9.4 C
Death Valley National Park Animals & Plants
Mammals: 51 species
Reptiles: 36 Species
Amphibians: 5 species
Fishes: 5 species
Birds: 346 Species
Plants: 1042 Species

Death Valley National Park USA Jobs:

Death Valley National Park USA Jobs in : YCC Crew Member
Death Valley National Park USA Jobs in :Park Guide (STEP), GS-4
Death Valley National Park USA Jobs in :Summer Intern, $9/hour
Death Valley National Park USA Jobs in :Museum Technician, GS-1060-05

Contact Number:
Death Valley National Park
Human Resources Office
Death Valley National Park
P.O. Box 579
Death Valley, CA 92328

Death Valley National Park USA Lodging:

  1. Death Valley National Park USA Lodging - Furnace Creek Inn ( Open mid-October through Mother's Day )
    Phone (760) 786-2345
  2. Death Valley National Park USA Lodging - Furnace Creek Ranch ( Open All Year )
    Phone (760) 786-2345
  3. Death Valley National Park USA Lodging - Stovepipe Wells Village ( Open All Year )
    Phone (760) 786-2387
  4. Death Valley National Park USA Lodging - Panamint Springs Resort ( Open All Year )
    Phone (775) 482-7680

Death Valley National Park USA Places:

  1. Death Valley National Park USA Places - Scotty's Castle
  2. Death Valley National Park USA Places - Rhyolite Ghost Town
  3. Death Valley National Park USA Places - Death Valley Ghost Towns
  4. Death Valley National Park USA Places - Furnace Creek Inn
  5. Death Valley National Park USA Places - Keane Wonder Mine

Death Valley National Park USA Things To Do:

  1. Death Valley National Park USA Things To Do - Outdoor Activities
    • Hiking
    • Backpacking
    • Backcountry Camping
    • Backcountry Roads
    • Biking & Mountain Biking
    • Birdwatching
  2. Death Valley National Park USA Things To Do - Indoor Activities
    • Furnace Creek Visitor Center
    • Scotty's Castle & Visitor Center
    • Borax Museum
  3. Death Valley National Park USA Things To Do - Places To Go
  4. Death Valley National Park USA Things To Do - Guided Tours
    • Ranger Guided Programs
    • Scotty's Castle Living History House Tours
    • Scotty's Castle Underground Mysteries Tour
    • Scotty's Castle Lower Vine Ranch Tours
    • GPS Ranger Self Guided Tours
  5. Death Valley National Park USA Things To Do - Schedule Of Events
  6. Death Valley National Park USA Things To Do - Nearby Attractions
    • Amargosa Opera House
      Death Valley Junction, California
      (760) 852-4441
    • Amargosa River Natural Area
      Bureau of Land Management
      Tecopa, California
    • Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge
      Amargosa Valley, Nevada
      (775) 372-5435
    • Borax Museum
      Furnace Creek Ranch
      Death Valley, California
    • China Ranch Date Farm
      Tecopa, California
    • Dumont Dunes Off-Highway Vehicle Area
      Bureau of Land Management
    • Eastern California Museum
      Inyo County
      Independence, California
    • Goldwell Open Air Museum
      Rhyolite Ghost Town
      Beatty, Nevada
    • Manzanar National Historic Site
      National Park Service
      Independence, California
    • Rhyolite Ghost Town
      Bureau of Land Management
      Beatty, Nevada
    • Tecopa Hot Springs
      Inyo County Park
      Tecopa, California
    • Trona Pinnacles
      Bureau of Land Management
      Trona, California