Death Valley National Park, South

National Park Service

Contrary to its name, Death Valley is full of life and spectacular scenic views.

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Activities

Camping

Camping

Dispersed camping is permitted. There aren't any developed campgrounds in southern part Death Valley. Tecopa Hot Springs Campground is to the east.

Dogs

Dogs

Pets are permitted along roads, to campgrounds, picnic areas, and other developed areas of the park, but they must be restrained or kept on a leash no longer than 6 feet at all times.

Equestrian

Equestrian

Stock is allowed on all backcountry dirt roads, undeveloped wilderness routes, and cross country. Stock is allowed on the Wildrose and Ubehebe Peak trails, and the Indian Pass, Fall Canyon and Cottonwood/Marble Canyon hiking routes.

Stock is not allowed on all other park trails, in developed campgrounds, picnic areas, on paved roads, on the Badwater salt flats or in any sand dune system.

Hiking

Hiking

Hiking is permitted throughout the park.

Motor Vehicles

Motor Vehicles

Motor vehicles are permitted on designated roads.

Mountain Biking

Mountain Biking

Bicycles can be used on all park roads that are open to public vehicular traffic. They can also be used on routes that have been designated for bicycle use in developed areas. They are not allowed on closed roads, service roads, off roadways, in the wilderness, or on any trails.

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Maps

Death Valley

Death Valley

Death Valley, Central

Death Valley, Central

Death Valley, Furnance Creek

Death Valley, Furnance Creek

Death Valley, South

Death Valley, South

Death Valley, Stovepipe Wells

Death Valley, Stovepipe Wells

Death Valley, Warm Spring Canyon

Death Valley, Warm Spring Canyon

Death Valley, Wildrose

Death Valley, Wildrose

Regulations & Recommendations

Entrance fees are $20 for passenger vehicles and $10 for motorcycles, bicycles and foot travel.

Offices

Visitor Information
760-786-3280

Map Detail

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