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    Texas Spring Campground

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    Rt 190, Death Valley National Park, CA
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    8/6/2017 8/7/2017
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    Reviewed May 24, 2017

    I chose this campsite as it was pretty central, at least for the eastern end of Death Valley. Also because it was slightly up in the hills and looked much more interesting than the flat desert parking lots! I arrived late morning and was lucky...More

    Thank Susan E
    Reviewed April 11, 2017 via mobile

    Sells out by noon on most days . . Allow fires . . No generators . . Still . . Very tight spots . . Butttt. . .much better than Sunset campground. Quiet . .feels more isolated even though it's just 1/2 mile off the...More

    Thank Todd A
    Reviewed April 4, 2017 via mobile

    I am a novice RV camper, so keep that in mind. The price was very cheap $16 and if you are a senior with a park pass it's an $8 bargain. But u get what You pay for. It was noisy but that was because...More

    Thank DebBAuburn_WA
    Reviewed March 31, 2017

    I'm rating this 3 stars solely because of view and location within park. This review is based on tent camping my whole life. Second, most of the campgrounds at DEVA are horrible compared to other parks. Yes, there are some decent sites w/ small trees...More

    1  Thank GreggeryPeccary
    Reviewed March 29, 2017

    Stayed here for a few nights in late February. See my previous review for more detailed comments. Just found this photograph that my husband took which gives a nice overhead view of the campground. It looks like there isn't much privacy, but there was plenty...More

    Thank Patricia Y
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    • California >
    • Death Valley National Park
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    "To get a spot get there mid morning as campers are leaving."
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    "This is a campground, not a hotel. Best spots are LOOP A, the first loop. No generator use in any loops."
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    "Away from everyone else; lower loop if you can"
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    "Stay in one of the two lower areas if you are a tent camper. In winter/spring, arrive in the am to get a..."
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