The Oasis at Death Valley gives you the perfect vantage point from which to explore Death Valley National Park. Whether you travel around for an entire day or head out for just a few hours, you’ll be taken aback by all that is unique to one of America’s largest national parks. Everywhere you look, you will find natural wonders unknown in any other part of the world marked by salt flats, ancient geological formations, chiseled canyons and the lowest point in the Americas, Badwater at 282 feet below sea level and current home of Lake Manly which has made an appearance for the first time since 2005, all the way to the surrounding majestic mountains rising to 11,049 feet at Telescope Peak.
For more information to plan your visit, we suggest you check the following resources.
Despite the dry, hot summer conditions in Death Valley, springtime often brings a luscious bloom of colorful wildflowers.Read More
Death Valley National Park is designated as the largest Dark Sky National Park in the country.Read More
Death Valley National Park offers a variety of landscapes for photographers.Read More