Death Valley National Park Sights

Stovepipe Wells Village

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Updated 11/18/2013

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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.

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Hwy. 190, 2 miles from Sand Dunes, 77 miles east of Lone Pine, Death Valley National Park, California, 92328, United States

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Updated 11/18/2013

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