United States California Death Valley

Death Valley

A scorching desert basin in California, famed as the hottest, driest, and lowest national park in North America.

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Death Valley National Park, starkly contrasting with the lush beauty of Yosemite, is an awe-inspiring testament to the harsh yet striking extremes of nature. As part of a California National Parks road trip, a journey from the verdant valleys and granite cliffs of Yosemite to the arid expanse of Death Valley presents camper van renters with an unparalleled opportunity to witness the diversity of landscapes that California has to offer. From the lowest point in North America at Badwater Basin to the ancient, panoramic vistas at Zabriskie Point, Death Valley's otherworldly terrain is a captivating highlight on the itinerary for any camper van rental.

gocamp 3 months ago

Death Valley is famous for extremes, this park is the hottest and driest spot in North America, along with mountains that reach thousands of feet into the sky, located in the heart of frozen Alaska.

seeker 3 years ago

Death Valley Guides

  • A Road Trip from Yosemite to Death Valley

    gocamp (GoCamp )
    <p>Embarking on a California road trip from the majestic cliffs of Yosemite to the sunny sands of Death Valley is like flipping through the most diverse pages of nature's grand portfolio. Picture this: one day you're gazing in awe at the towering granite monoliths and cascading waterfalls of Yosemite Valley, and the next, you're wandering amidst the alien landscapes of the lowest and driest national park in North America. This is no ordinary camper van journey; it's a transition between extremes, an exploration that really puts into perspective the magnificence and diversity of the natural wonders our world has to offer. Rent your camper van and buckle up for an adventure that takes you from the cool, forest-clad Sierra Nevada to the stark and mesmerizing beauty of the Mojave Desert.</p>
  • Map of National Parks in the US

    seeker (Seeker Editors)
    The US boasts an impressive 63 national parks, each with its own distinct character, awe inspiring views and countless ways to connect with nature. The parks are managed by the National Park Service which offers an annual pass for access to all 63 parks throughout the year for one flat price. Let's explore.
  • National Parks in California

    chiefseeker (Jody Vandergriff)
    California boasts 9 national parks - more than any other state. Each park is distinct from the next - from the largest tree in the world at Sequoia National Park to the underwater world of Channel Islands - California offers non stop beauty and intrigue.
  • Vegas Road Trip

    nicolejordan (Nicole Jordan)
    Casinos, The Strip, tons of people. That is the most anxiety inducing experience for me. Instead of spending your whole visit in Las Vegas itself, get outside and explore! Here are some of my favorite outdoor destinations within a few hours drive of Vegas.
  • Places that make me feel good

    rachelebercini (Rachele Bercini)
    Corners of the world that I would like to visit and that I have visited
  • Things to Do in Death Valley National Park

    jrfrancis (Rich Francis)