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Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $18.00
Stayed here two nights. We weren't able to make reservations anywhere else, being it is spring break time. It is a decent camping site, though if you can, make reservations for one of the 50 ft sites, as mentioned all but two of the longer sites have shade behind them. We were not so lucky, the sites to the NNE are full on in the sun all day long. And being Death Valley, even in the middle of spring, it was 90+°. So make sure to book/ask for a longer site in the shade.
Overall, it is a nice campground. It was clean, some dust from the gravel surface, still not bad considering it's a desert. The sites are kind of close together, but the campground was not full, so there was space between neighbors. There are three community fire pits in the campground. No picnic tables. Water available at service station and dump station. Very close to NP visitors center, quick drive to pool. Furnace Creek Ranch/ Resort access included with campground fee, which is a nice bonus. Would stay here again if I had shaded site. We camped at Fiddler's Campground at Furnace Creek Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $18.00
Having read all the other reviews for Furnace Creek Ranch, it appears that no one has reviewed the "no hookup" area which seems to be pretty new. It is located behind the gas station, between the golf course and the park visitors center. It is a large parking lot (where else does one ever camp in Death Valley?) in a rough triangle shape with campsites marked off all along the perimeter with the large center area clear except for a fire pit. I agree with the other reviewers that the other RV area is the pits--crowded and messy, but we loved the new dry camping area a lot. The price was great, the sites were a breeze to back into and very long, the internet was fast and reliable (better than 90% of RV parks we've visited; amazing for Death Valley!), there is shade (also absent everywhere else in DV that I have seen) if you get one of the sites along the West line of trees, you have use of the pool, showers, shuffleboard, etc. if you want. All-in-all it is a great bargain if you can do without hookups. It was never full the four days we camped here. We camped at Fiddler's Campground at Furnace Creek Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
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