Wow what else can you say......this place is well maintained, clean and the landscape is so different within the park it's truly amazing and breathtaking. We visited in Feb and the weather was perfect and we were able to hike without being to hot. We had a trailer and could not get into all the areas but did plenty. We stayed overnight which is a must to experience this. We did the dry camping at stovepipe wells for $12 and $4 each to shower but everything was nice. We did Zabriskie point, sand dunes, bad water and walked the salt flats,mosaic canyon, borax mines and the natural bridge and we did not do 190 we came in from Trona and took the other road out to Shoshone it was very quiet but we did see 3 coyotes the only animals we saw in the park. A must do before you die place. The fee was $20 for a 7 day pass.....be cool if they did a 3 day for $10 but $20 was worth it.
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