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Mesquite Springs Campground

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Reviewed August 26, 2017

This campground in Death Valley National Park is about an hour's drive north of Furnace Creek. That makes it a bit remote and quite far from most of the popular sights in the park. But, unlike other campgrounds near Furnace Creek and Stovepipe Wells, this...More

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Reviewed June 11, 2017

This was my first camping experience and I feel very lucky that I and my girlfriend chose this place as a start for us as the new campers, because it is a spacious, convenient, and safe campground. Most importantly, it is very dark in the...More

2  Thank WayneXiong
Reviewed April 26, 2017

We scouted a site ahead and I managed to get a 45' diesel pusher in there and we thoroughly enjoyed it. Backed it right up close to the edge of the draw. We had plenty of room with tons of space between campsites. We barely...More

1  Thank Scott B
Reviewed April 19, 2017

We stayed here the week of april 10th, spring break for many. We arrived sunday afternoon around 4pm and had a great choice of first-come sites. The campground is about an hour from most sites in the park, but the campsites are much more spacious...More

1  Thank Steph K
Reviewed March 19, 2017

Located at the north end of Death Valley, this first come first served campground has only about 30 sites and can fill up early depending on time of year. It is close to Scotty's Castle, which is closed right now (2017) for a multi year...More

2  Thank CTBCalifornia
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Doug G
November 6, 2016|
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There is no cell phone reception, but there is a pay phone a few miles away at the unmanned ranger station near Scotty's Castle. The closest gas station is about 25 miles away at Stovepipe Wells.
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"This is a campground, TripAdvisor has it mis-categorized. Sites on the outer loop close to "the..."
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"The are no rooms a the Springs, but the setting is wonderful."
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"Most of the sites seem comparable."
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