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    Furnace Creek Campground

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    Ca-190, Death Valley National Park, CA 92328
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    1 - 5 of 45 reviews

    Reviewed 1 week ago

    Can't blame the campground for the heat, but it would be a nicer campground if the picnic tables were covered like they are in so many other parks. I spent a lot of time in the visitors centre getting cooled off. Hard to believe there...More

    Thank sjm1183
    Reviewed May 25, 2017

    Great experience being able to camp under the stars but there is a lack of shade and could be extremely hot. The bathroom facilities and standard. The host was very helpful. Location is very central which helps. You can buy a day pass next door...More

    Thank teamflames
    Reviewed May 22, 2017

    We went in the off season (May) and found this campground to be very clean. Be warned, it can be very windy, especially if you are tent camping. We were on site 28 which had some nice shade. Each site has a picnic table and...More

    1  Thank SandyTO2009
    Reviewed March 21, 2017

    Furnace Creek Campground is very well maintained and in a great location relative to the rest of the park. The bathrooms are clean and grounds are clean. Good running water in outside sinks just outside the bathroom. Excellent. There are plenty of trash bins and...More

    1  Thank Pam T
    Reviewed March 20, 2017

    We stayed at the Sunset Campground across the road to the east from the main small Tourist Area at Furnace Creek. The Main Campground has some sites with hook ups. The Sunset and one other campground have no hook ups but do have restrooms. The...More

    Thank Richard W
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    Response from Peter O | Reviewed this property |
    The best place to go is recreation.gov and lookup the site there. Call their reservations number to talk to an agent.
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    "This is a campground, not a hotel."
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    "Book a tent site on the very fringe!"
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    "This is a campground - not sure why it thinks it's a hotel."
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    "Sites 101 to 110 have trees that provide some shade."
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