Death Valley Activities

Death Valley Ghost Towns

Death Valley Activities - Ghost Town

Death Valley is a treasure of insight into the historic old west.  With nearly a dozen Ghost towns and other historical relics strewn across the area, you will feel like you are traveling through whole different era. More Info...


Death Valley Activities - Hiking

There are literally thousands of hiking possibilities within the boundaries of Death Valley National Park, ranging from sub-sea level trails to trails rising thousands of feet above sea level. This is an amazing park to explore by foot, just make sure that you plan and prepare adequately. Temps can dangerously hot for much of the year in this area, and if you do not bring plenty of water, and take other necessary precautions, an afternoon hike could become fatal.

Mountain Bike

Death Valley Activities - Whitewater Rafting

There are tens of thousands of beautiful sites to see in Death Valley National Park. One of the best ways to explore the park is via mountain bike. Death Valley is especially popular for mountain bikers during the winter months, when it is too messy or too cold to mountain bike in other areas of the country, that is when Death Valley comes alive!

Scenic Drives

Take a scenic drive along Death Valley's main roads and marvel at iconic sights like Zabriskie Point, Dante's View, and Artist's Drive with its vibrant colored rock formations.


Due to minimal light pollution, Death Valley boasts incredible night skies. Join a stargazing program or simply gaze up at the Milky Way on a clear night.

Sand Dune Exploration

Hike, bike, or rent a sandboard to explore the Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes, the largest dune system in California. This activity is best in cooler months due to extreme desert hea).

Visitor Centers

Stop by the Furnace Creek Visitor Center or Death Valley National Park Visitor Center to learn about the park's geology, history, and wildlife.