Death Valley National Park Sights


Stovepipe Wells Village

Stovepipe Wells

Stovepipe Wells Village Review

This tiny 1926 town, the first resort in Death Valley, takes its name from the stovepipe that an early prospector left to indicate where he found water. The area contains a motel, restaurant, grocery store, campgrounds, and landing strip, though first-time park visitors are better off staying in Furnace Creek, which is more central. Off Highway 190, on a 3-miles gravel road immediately southwest, are the multicolor walls of Mosaic Canyon.

Updated: 11-18-2013

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