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US 95 & NV Route 267
Death Valley, Nevada 92328
Mon.- Sun. 8am- 5pm
Charge per vehicle
Death Valley Las Vegas Quick Facts
- Death Valley Las Vegas charges admission per vehicle. Pass is valid for seven days.
- Admission into Death Valley National Park is only $10 for a solo traveler on a motorcycle or bicycle.
- Death Valley from Las Vegas is two hours by car or bus.
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We love visiting Death Valley! There's so much history and geology! With such amazing views, I don't know how someone could wait long to return!"
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Features: Death Valley Las Vegas is a national park outside of Las Vegas that allows you to experience adventure! Death Valley has activities such as mountain biking and hiking in an area ornate with historical artifacts and superior desert views.
Why We Go: Death Valley National Park is anything but just a desert outside of Vegas. This national feature is home to fun outdoor activities, astonishing natural wonders, and rich history!
- Enchanting Sights: Death Valley Las Vegas offers amazing views and sights such as Dante's View, Zabriskie Point, Artist Palette, and Badwater Basin! Badwater Basin is the lowest point in North America, reaching to 282 feet below sea level!
- Outdoor Activities: If you came to Las Vegas Death Valley for an adventure, then you are in luck! Fun things to do such as biking, mountain biking, hiking, birdwatching, backcountry camping, backpacking, and even golfing are available at Death Valley Las Vegas!
- Rich History: Death Valley National Park has historical sites for you to explore such as Scotty's Castle built in the 1900s, Rhyolite, a ghost town that died out in 1916, and Furnace Creek Museum with a number of artifacts telling the story of Death Valley!
Inside Knowledge: Death Valley Las Vegas can get quite crowded in the Spring and early Summer months. For the best temperatures without the crowd, visit Death Valley National Park during the Fall. Around Thanksgiving is the most beautiful time of the year!
Do's and Don'ts:
- Do Get Gas Beforehand: Although gas is available at the various places to lodge at Death Valley National Park, the prices are sky high. Be sure to fill up before heading to this amazing Las Vegas attraction.
- Don't Forget to Hydrate: Death Valley National Park is well-known for it's extreme temperatures. Keep yourself healthy and hydrated at Las Vegas Death Valley!
Death Valley Las Vegas is known for experiencing harsh temperatures. Please plan accordingly.