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Welcome to The Oasis at Death Valley National Park

You don’t come to Death Valley because abundant life flourishes here. Which is exactly why an oasis in the middle of it is so special.

Only here can you stroll among lush date palms, float the day away in one of our spring fed pools or disappear into the exhilarating landscape of one of America’s largest national parks, and still return in time for a memorable dinner – and a sunset you’ll never forget.

Only here will you find the Historic Four-Diamond Inn at Death Valley, completely renovated with the look and feel of a 1920’s inn, but the amenities and details expected by the modern upscale traveler. Or the family friendly Ranch at Death Valley – perfect for families looking for affordable adventure.

Only here will you find a one-of-a-kind resort, within a one-of-a-kind oasis, within a one-of-a-kind national park, sure to give you a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Welcome to the Oasis at Death Valley.

The Oasis at Death Valley, formerly Furnace Creek Resort, is situated in a lush oasis surrounded by the vast and arid desert of Death Valley National Park, California – just 120 miles northwest of Las Vegas, Nevada and 275 miles northeast of Los Angeles, California. This is one resort with two hotels – the historic, four-diamond, 66 room Inn at Death Valley and the more family-oriented, 224 room Ranch at Death Valley.

The resort presents a complete contrast to the desolate desert landscape.  Located in a spring-fed desert oasis, the resort consists of an 18-hole golf course (the world’s lowest course at 214 feet below sea level), four restaurants, a saloon, cocktail lounge, retail outlets, the Borax Museum, spring-fed swimming pools, tennis courts, horseback riding, horse-drawn carriage rides, a children’s playground, massage therapy, a 3,000 foot airstrip, a service station, and conference and banquet facilities for 10 – 120 (some services are available only on a seasonal basis).

In 2017, a multi-million dollar renaissance is underway to “restore, revitalize and create a renaissance” in all three areas that comprise The Oasis at Death Valley.

LAtimesThe Oasis at Death Valley, formerly Furnace Creek Resort, is the perfect vantage point from which to explore Death Valley National Park! But don’t just take our word for it – check out a great story and video published by the LA Times about vacationing to Death Valley National Park.