Have a burning desire for adventure? Looking for the experience of a lifetime? Then, you’ve come to the right place. Stovepipe Wells Village hotels, located right in Death Valley National Park is the ultimate destination for adventure travelers. Authentically western, rustic yet comfortable, Stovepipe Wells Village, with its unique hotel, Death Valley restaurant and Western saloon, has been at the end of the trail for vacationers since 1926. After hiking around the badlands, sand dunes and canyons, Stovepipe Wells hotels in Death Valley is more than a welcome sight with our friendly, knowledgeable staff, great food and cold drinks. It’s a place where history is made and legends born. Isn’t it time you made some of your own?
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Death Valley is one wild place, with over 3 million acres of designated wilderness. Hundreds of miles of trails extend in all directions. And the terrain is as varied as it is extreme, from vast sizzling desert and rocky canyons to historic sites and snow-capped peaks… more »
Death Valley has tales to tell: stories built on hardship and struggle. Miners and outlaws claimed its riches, hills and hideaways. And for more than a thousand years, Native Americans have called it home… more »
Sometimes great memories just aren’t enough. That’s where our Nugget Gift Shop and General Store come in. You’ll find everything from rare Native American crafts handmade by local tribes to Death Valley souvenirs… more »
Ortega National Parks strives to ensure the safety of it’s employees, visitors, and partners within all of our facilities. In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, we have taken additional measures to prevent the spread of the virus based on the recommendations of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (C.D.C.), The National Park Service, and state and local public health authorities and agencies. These measures now include closing our lodging and dining operations effective 3/20/20. Our General Store and Gas Pumps will remain open daily from 9:00am through 6:00pm daily. We continue to monitor the situation and enact additional precautionary measures as recommended.
We ask that all of our visitors follow the recommendations of the C.D.C. which can be found at the following link https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html.
Additional information can also be found at the National Park Service website at https://www.nps.gov/index.htm