Best Things To Do In Death Valley Park

Dante’s View

Stretched out in front of you is the heart of Death Valley. Down below is Badwater Basin, the lowest point in the United States.

Zabriskie Point

This is another must-see viewport in Death Valley. From the parking lot, it’s a short and easy walk to the overlook.

Badwater Basin

Badwater Basin is the lowest point in the United States, sitting 282 feet below sea level.

Devil’s Golf Course

Located near Badwater Basin are lumpy salt flats that are named Devil’s Golf Course. It’s worth the quick stop since you can see them right from the parking area.

Artists Drive and Artists Palette

Artist Drive is a scenic 9-mile drive through one of Death Valley's very unique landscapes. This road is one-way, running from south to north.

Golden Canyon and Gower Gulch

This is a short, easy hike that offers great views of Death Valley. Hike through sandstone canyons, enjoy the view from Manly Beacon.

Darwin Falls

Darwin Falls is a year-round waterfall in Death Valley National Park. To get here, you will hike through an oasis.

Natural Bridge

We have mixed feelings about including Natural Bridge on this list of things to do in Death Valley National Park.

See the Superbloom

About once every ten years, Death Valley is carpeted by colorful wildflowers. Conditions have to be perfect for this to occur.

Racetrack Playa

If you're looking for a thrill, a trip to Racetrack Playa is one of the best things to do in Death Valley National Park.

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