Death Valley/Stovepipe Wells Village Good Sam Verified Campground

Stove Pipe Wells, CA 92328

Good Sam Verified Campground
(3 reviews) 3.3 out of 5 stars from 3 reviews
(3 reviews) 3.3 out of 5 stars from 3 reviews
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Stove Pipe Wells, CA, 92328

Open October 1 - May 10

Contact

Facility

Type: National Park
Partial Handicap Access

 

Policies

Pets welcome
Tents Allowed
Spaces available: 190
Max length: 35
Back-in size: 25 x 35
Room for slideouts: Yes

Restrooms
Fire rings

Swimming
Swimming Pool

(within 10 miles)

Hiking
Mountain biking

3.3 (3 reviews) 3.3333333333333 out of 5 stars from 3 reviews
Facility
3
Restroom
3
Appeal
3.6
What is being rated?
3 3 out of 5 stars 05/22/2022

Nothing fancy. Good location. Free hot showers were nice. Friendly service. WIFI at office area only.

3 3 out of 5 stars 11/21/2018

Small FHU park located at Stove Pipe Wells village, adjacent to a much larger rustic RV park. Only 14 spaces, and reservations are required as it is the only FHU option in the National Park. Beware squatters trying to sneak in, management seems to ignore RV park and we never saw an employee. Sites are dirt, roads are dirt.theres pretty much dirt as far as you can see, but the desert views are amazing and the location is central to all the sightseeing adventures. Utilities all ran fine and were... Read More

Small FHU park located at Stove Pipe Wells village, adjacent to a much larger rustic RV park. Only 14 spaces, and reservations are required as it is the only FHU option in the National Park. Beware squatters trying to sneak in, management seems to ignore RV park and we never saw an employee. Sites are dirt, roads are dirt.theres pretty much dirt as far as you can see, but the desert views are amazing and the location is central to all the sightseeing adventures. Utilities all ran fine and were located in the middle of the sites which have reasonable room between neighbors. No wifi, only available at the lobby and saloon. There is cell coverage, but ATT says its off network so hotspotting is iffy. Saloon and restaurant across street attached to the hotel. Large general store adjacent to property has some basic items, but strongly advised to do major grocery provisioning before arrival. Death Valley is a surprisingly popular tourist attraction and November begins the season as temps are mild. LOTS of rental campers and foreign tourists. Also a large percentage of "free spirits" in semi-mobile hostels. Lowest elevation in Western Hem at -282 feet. Very pretty desert geology with multicolored vistas and sand dunes. Diesel was $5.80 so a day trip and fill-up to Beatty, about 30 miles away in Nevada saved us about $40. Very cool ghost town nearby (Rhyolite) with vintage RR station.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 11/07/2015

The Stovepipe Wells village has two campgrounds, a primitive campground and a RV campground. The RV campground has full hookup sites for exceptionally reasonable prices; that's where I stayed. Having a store and gas station in the village was very helpful and the staff members were knowledgeable and extremely helpful. They have a large area to walk pets on leash. The night skies are fabulous because the village has lights that are bright enough when your near them, but do not light up the surrounding... Read More

The Stovepipe Wells village has two campgrounds, a primitive campground and a RV campground. The RV campground has full hookup sites for exceptionally reasonable prices; that's where I stayed. Having a store and gas station in the village was very helpful and the staff members were knowledgeable and extremely helpful. They have a large area to walk pets on leash. The night skies are fabulous because the village has lights that are bright enough when your near them, but do not light up the surrounding sky.
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3 3 out of 5 stars 05/22/2022

Nothing fancy. Good location. Free hot showers were nice. Friendly service. WIFI at office area only.

3 3 out of 5 stars 11/21/2018

Small FHU park located at Stove Pipe Wells village, adjacent to a much larger rustic RV park. Only 14 spaces, and reservations are required as it is the only FHU option in the National Park. Beware squatters trying to sneak in, management seems to ignore RV park and we never saw an employee. Sites are dirt, roads are dirt.theres pretty much dirt as far as you can see, but the desert views are amazing and the location is central to all the sightseeing adventures. Utilities all ran fine and were... Read More

Small FHU park located at Stove Pipe Wells village, adjacent to a much larger rustic RV park. Only 14 spaces, and reservations are required as it is the only FHU option in the National Park. Beware squatters trying to sneak in, management seems to ignore RV park and we never saw an employee. Sites are dirt, roads are dirt.theres pretty much dirt as far as you can see, but the desert views are amazing and the location is central to all the sightseeing adventures. Utilities all ran fine and were located in the middle of the sites which have reasonable room between neighbors. No wifi, only available at the lobby and saloon. There is cell coverage, but ATT says its off network so hotspotting is iffy. Saloon and restaurant across street attached to the hotel. Large general store adjacent to property has some basic items, but strongly advised to do major grocery provisioning before arrival. Death Valley is a surprisingly popular tourist attraction and November begins the season as temps are mild. LOTS of rental campers and foreign tourists. Also a large percentage of "free spirits" in semi-mobile hostels. Lowest elevation in Western Hem at -282 feet. Very pretty desert geology with multicolored vistas and sand dunes. Diesel was $5.80 so a day trip and fill-up to Beatty, about 30 miles away in Nevada saved us about $40. Very cool ghost town nearby (Rhyolite) with vintage RR station.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 11/07/2015

The Stovepipe Wells village has two campgrounds, a primitive campground and a RV campground. The RV campground has full hookup sites for exceptionally reasonable prices; that's where I stayed. Having a store and gas station in the village was very helpful and the staff members were knowledgeable and extremely helpful. They have a large area to walk pets on leash. The night skies are fabulous because the village has lights that are bright enough when your near them, but do not light up the surrounding... Read More

The Stovepipe Wells village has two campgrounds, a primitive campground and a RV campground. The RV campground has full hookup sites for exceptionally reasonable prices; that's where I stayed. Having a store and gas station in the village was very helpful and the staff members were knowledgeable and extremely helpful. They have a large area to walk pets on leash. The night skies are fabulous because the village has lights that are bright enough when your near them, but do not light up the surrounding sky.
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Stove Pipe Wells, CA 92328
Coordinates: 36.605056, -117.144576
Elevation:

Directions
From Furnace Creek, NW 25 mi on Hwy 190 (R). Entrance fee required

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