RV Parks & Campgrounds

Stovepipe Wells Campground National Parks

3.5 Stars 3.5 - 6 Reviews  $
(760) 786-3200
Death Valley National Park, California


Late October - Late April

Total: 200, Max RV Length: 35 ft

Water, Electric, Sewer, Pool, Pets allowed, Tents, Picnic Tables, Restroom, Dump Station


October 27, 2022 - reviewed by Newtraveler
5.0 Stars   $20
A Whole Different World
We stayed here for three days. Has full hookups. No wifi and no cell service, but this is the middle of nowhere, so we expected it. Scenery was otherworldly and beautiful. Still 103 degrees in mid-September but at least not humid! We were the only RV in the campground for two of our three days. Went to the saloon to use their satellite wifi a couple of times and they were very understanding. Ate at Death Valley Lodging Co twice, and the food was great. Very nice breakfast buffet, and for dinner, the best buffalo wings I’ve ever had. We went there three days after the 1000 year flood and many roads were closed, so we didn’t get to see everything. We saw enough that it was well worth the trip, however. Would do it again.

January 16, 2020 - reviewed by Teahupoo
5.0 Stars   
Any length motorhome. 45 footers in either dry camping or full hookups. I liked this place. The bar has about 10 beers on tap and the food isn't bad. If you have a big MH coming in from the 395 to the 190 is knarley.

May 24, 2019 - reviewed by Caroline
1.0 Stars   
Campground Closed For Non RV
Only RV spot available managed by the resort otherwise the campground is closed no information displayed Compelled to sleep in our van on the parking lot of the shop Even if open only 2 toilets and no shower less than minimal It does not deserve the one star

March 29, 2019 - reviewed by Casper
4.0 Stars   $14
Restaurant and nice saloon. Pool (4$ extra). Dry camping 14$, incl dumping and fresh water. Watch out for racist nationalist visitors from nearby town though. Amazing stargazing!

February 16, 2019 - reviewed by HANK
4.0 Stars   $14
Water, Dump And Cheapest Gas In The Park
It's a big gravel lot where you can park as a base and do some exploring. Gas, stores, saloon, hotel all nearby. Its bleak, its Death Valley. If you want nicer but cheaper, try Sunset or Texas Spring near Furnace Creek.

March 25, 2018 - reviewed by Robert
2.0 Stars   
Very bleak, just a place to park really

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