Tag Archives: Death Valley National Park

Death Valley National Park is an American national park that straddles the California—Nevada border, east of the Sierra Nevada. The park boundaries include Death Valley, the northern section of Panamint Valley, the southern section of Eureka Valley, and most of Saline Valley.

Stop and See California’s ‘Super Blooms’ of Desert Wildflowers

California Super Blooms bring flower lovers to Golden State deserts. As travelers shed their winter layers, California deserts put on colorful coats of their own. Southern California’s “Super Blooms” in March attract legions of travelers from across North America to see flowers ranging from verbena to desert lilies carpeting the ground in places like Anza-Borrego
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Crater

Beat the Shutdown: 7 Alternatives to National Parks

So you’ve planned that long-awaited RV trip to Florida’s Everglades National Park, only to discover that the recent government shut down has curtailed many of the amenities that help make the visit a pleasant experience. Should you cancel your reservations to nearby RV campgrounds? The answer is no, according to some travel experts, and the
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Pahrump Nevada

Delicious in the Desert: Pahrump Nevada’s Top 5 Restaurants

Nevada has become a world-famous dining destination for foodies, and Pahrump is an important part of the Silver State’s culinary map. Many might be surprised, but 60 miles west of Las Vegas, a slice of the majestic Mojave Desert is home to friendly eateries with a wide array of cuisines from enticing Asian and vibrant
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Furnace Creek at Death Valley National Park in CA

For travelers Ron and Jane, Death Valley National Park is a destination that everyone would be able to enjoy. In their travel journal, Ron & Jane 2007-08-09, they describe their favorite spots here, which include Furnace Creek. Furnace Creek is a village in the center of the beautiful Death Valley National Park. Accommodating travelers that
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