From the bloggers at Camping Road Trip.
Don’t let the name deter you; Death Valley National Park is one of California’s most amazing attractions, offering over 3 million acres of diverse landscapes. Located in the Mojave Desert, it features some of the lowest, driest, and hottest places in the world.
To some this might not seem like the most ideal vacation spot – but because of its unique environment Death Valley National Park has unparalleled scenery.
Being such a huge park, Death Valley presents an abundance of trails, campgrounds, and activities to keep the whole family engaged. With so much to offer, it can be a bit overwhelming when planning a trip there. So we’ve put together some different itineraries to help make sure you don’t miss anything.
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