The best time to camp in Death Valley is from October to April, when the temperatures are cooler and more pleasant.
The park has nine campgrounds that vary in size, location, and amenities. Check the availability and fees online.
Water is scarce and precious in Death Valley. Bring at least one gallon of water per person per day for drinking and cooking.
Bring a tent, sleeping bag, sleeping pad, stove, food, flashlight, sunscreen, hat, sunglasses, and a first aid kit.
The weather in Death Valley can change quickly. Dress in layers to adapt to the temperature and the wind.
Fires are only allowed in designated fire pits or grills. Use wood or charcoal, and never leave a fire unattended.
Do not feed or approach the animals in the park, such as coyotes, foxes, rabbits, and birds. Keep your food secure.
Pack out all your trash and recyclables. Do not litter, dump, or bury anything in the park. Leave the place as you found it.
Death Valley has many attractions and activities to enjoy, from scenic drives and hikes to historic sites and museums.
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