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Old 10-12-2013, 12:50 PM   #1
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Best RV park near Death Valley

We are heading to Death Valley the end of this month. I guess we all know why we are not going there in June, July or August...

As we will be coming from the east through Las Vegas, what RV park should we consider? We expect to stay 2-3 days, so full hookups will be needed, which pretty much eliminates national forest campgrounds.

Thanks for the input.
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Old 10-18-2013, 01:26 PM   #2
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We are heading to Death Valley the end of this month. I guess we all know why we are not going there in June, July or August...

As we will be coming from the east through Las Vegas, what RV park should we consider? We expect to stay 2-3 days, so full hookups will be needed, which pretty much eliminates national forest campgrounds.

Thanks for the input.
You might look at the Death Valley Inn Motel and RV Park in Beatty, NV. It might be your best bet for a full hookup RV park.
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We are heading to Death Valley the end of this month. I guess we all know why we are not going there in June, July or August...

As we will be coming from the east through Las Vegas, what RV park should we consider? We expect to stay 2-3 days, so full hookups will be needed, which pretty much eliminates national forest campgrounds.

Thanks for the input.
Grew up in Vegas, but can't tell for sure from your question if you need help with a park in Death Valley or Las Vegas. Guessing you can sort out the Vegas info on line here's a little bit on the Furnace Creek Inn inside Death Valley:
The National Park Service offers three dry campgrounds surrounding the Furnace Creek Ranch. For information, call (877) 444-6777. A limited number of RV parking sites offering full hook ups is available at the Ranch. The Fiddlers Campground adjacent to the Furnace Creek Golf Course also offers campsites for RVs.
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