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Date of Stay: February, 2015 - $35.00
We stayed 5 days with a group. The only things this place has going for it are views and a decent restaurant. Otherwise, showers and bathrooms are gross, sites are tight & uneven, staff was invisible, power was sketchy (<110v), water bibs were caked in mineral deposits, making it nearly impossible to get a tight connection, advertised WiFi was MIA and gas was >$1.50 more than Stovepipe Wells. In the future, we'll dry camp at Stovepipe Wells and drive over Towne Pass to eat at the Panamint Springs Restaurant.
I'd say here again if I had to be near some event on the west side of DV but not as a first choice. We camped at Panamint Springs Resort (Privately Owned) in a Motorhome.
Stay on the east side of Towne Pass because that's closer to many Death Valley sights and attractions.
Date of Stay: February, 2015 - $35.00
A good place to stay while exploring the west side of Death Valley. It's not a "resort", it's Death Valley for crying out loud. Power was good and it's quiet at night. You'll need to level the rig a bit though. We enjoy it here but I can see that some might think it's too rustic. We camped at Panamint Springs Resort (Privately Owned) in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $30.00
I stayed here for a week. What an awesome place! While the grounds may not be well-manicured (it's the desert, after all), the place is top-notch. It is very visitor-friendly, and also friendly to those with motorcycles, Jeeps, and other off-road type vehicles. The owner, whom I met, is a very likable guy; I wish I could remember his name. The restaurant across the street serves very good food, and the water... yeah the water is FANTASTIC. Best-tasting water I've ever tasted since it comes from nearby Darwin Falls. Can't wait to go back again. We camped at Panamint Springs Resort (Privately Owned) in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $35.00
We were prepared for basic but not as basic as we got. Overpriced for a very rough and rocky roads and site. Not big rig friendly, restrooms and showers desperately in need of refurbishment as with all of campsite in desperate need of maintenance. Try to ensure you have as much gas or diesel as possible as the prices are outrageous as is ice and the few other items in the general store. Cannot recommend. We camped at Panamint Springs Resort (Privately Owned) in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: December, 2013 - $15.00
Ok you're 49 miles from Big Pine and 27 miles from Stove Pipe Wells. There is nothing but desert, steep roads, and great vistas. The only reason Panamint Springs Resort is here is that it has year around water available. They have full water and sewer hook ups with 50 amp service available. We were the only ones hooked up to the power and our surge protector kept kicking in. Their power comes from a generator at 128v and tends to spike. The water they have is not all that tasty but is safe. The roads and sites are dirt and rocks you have to watch overhanging branches and maneuver with care. The sites are reasonably level. Your cell phone will not work there. You can drive 8 miles one way and 12 miles the other and maybe get them to work. This is a good place to come with full batteries, fuel and water tanks and empty waste water tanks. The shower was clean and the water was warm to hotish. Fuel($6+/gal) and some limited supplies are available in the store. They also have a restaurant but we didn't eat there. Full hook ups are $30/night. I'd stay there again but I wouldn't make a habit of it. We camped at Panamint Springs Resort (Privately Owned) in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2013 - $7.50
Anywhere else I would probably rate this place a little lower, but this is Death Valley. Where else in this park can you get a nice campsite with water and a hot shower for $7.50? It's got a nice view, good restaurant, gasoline (almost $6 per gallon) and mini mart. You'd be a fool not to stop here and recharge before hitting the wide open spaces. The staff is friendly; they let us choose between several spots...and it was busy, veterans day weekend. I walked the entire campground. Although we were in a tent I would have easily fit my 30' fifth wheel in a lot of sites. There was a good vibe there among campers; very few partiers. Mostly serious Death Valley hikers and explorers ready to hit the road/trail/etc. We camped at Panamint Springs Resort (Privately Owned) in a Tent.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2012 - $20.00
Rate reflects 15 for water hook-up only plus 5 for the dog. Understand that you do not have a whole lot of choice in Death Valley. You can stay in the National Park or boon dock outside on BLM land. All the RV parks are glorified parking lots and although this one was better than most it was right on the Hwy. The showers worked intermittently and are in much need of repair. I just got lucky and was able to get a hot one early in the morning. To do again, I would boon dock the day before I planned to drive through the national park. I prefer to enjoy a beautiful area in a much more secluded fashion. We camped at Panamint Springs Resort (Privately Owned) in a Truck Camper.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2012 - $28.00
We stayed here as a group of eight motor homes and were visiting the Death Valley area. This RV park is in a remote area. All of the hookups worked perfectly including 50 amps. We had beautiful views out the front of our coach. The spaces are rock and dust. But this is in the area of Death Valley so you expect that. The Wi-Fi was free and was a bit weak from our motor home. The Wi-Fi was also a bit slow. We ate a couple times in the restaurant and it was fine. This is likely the best full hook up RV park in the area. If you are coming to this area to see Death Valley you should remember that distances are great here and this is in the valley just to the west of Death Valley. It is about 50-60 miles to the Furnace Creek area of the park from here. I would have rated this park an 8 except the driveways from the main road to your space need some work. And there are a few RV tire killers you have to watch out for. My Verizon service did not work at all here. We camped at Panamint Springs Resort (Privately Owned) in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2011 - $45.00
This park is less than you would expect even in Death Valley. The water smells bad and pressure is non-existent. The electric power is weak causing lights to go dim in my RV. There is no Wi-Fi as advertised. BUT, their reservation policy is the worst. We reserved 5 days but elected to leave after the first night due to the poor condition of the place. They had per-charged our CC and say they would not allow us to cancel no matter what the reason. They charged my CC and my bank is backing them because I signed the receipt when they scanned my card. Simply put, avoid this place as they are not honest. We camped at Panamint Springs Resort (Privately Owned) in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2011 - $30.00
Beware! There is absolutely no communication via cell phone or local phone at this location. Internet service is marginal at best. Fuel at the resort is outrageously priced, significantly more than anyplace else in the park. Sites are primitive, compared to other RV parks in Death Valley. Very remote location on west side of the park. No play areas for children. Access for large rigs very difficult. We camped at Panamint Springs Resort (Privately Owned) in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2011 - $15.00
After making the long winding steep decent into the valley from the west side we made our first stop at Panamint Springs. We talked to the owners son who greeted us warmly and gave us more information about the area than we could ever remember. We decided to stay one night and check the area out and we are still here three days later and we are considering staying for at least another week. There is simply too much to see and do. This park is very quiet and comfortable for us. People need to remember that this is the desert and the desert has a different culture and lifestyle. If you want paved sites and all of the amenities of a 'resort', you need to stay in Pahrump or Las Vegas. The park now has Wi-Fi and its free, but somewhat slow. Good power that is supplied by a diesel generator. That's right, no power company, no cell phone reception and no local TV or cable. That's life in the desert! Enjoy it. We looked at all of the other campgrounds in the area and we are most comfortable here. Furnace Creek does have good Verizon reception. Come stocked up. Food an fuel is very expensive in Death Valley due to the remote location. We camped at Panamint Springs Resort (Privately Owned) in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2010 - $30.00
The staff here was very unfamiliar with the campground. He admitted he had never even crossed the street to see the sites. The fee was much higher than our AAA book claimed, and the sites needed to be cleaned up; we found broken glass near our tires. The restrooms/showers were disgusting. We were glad to leave after one night. We camped at Panamint Springs Resort (Privately Owned) in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $30.00
Nice long site with hookups, but whoever is supposed to be taking care of the place seems to be missing in action. Bathrooms and showers were filthy. We camped at Panamint Springs Resort (Privately Owned) in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2010 - $40.00
Almost missed it. Well hidden from the main road (a complement). Check in is located in the general store across the road. Staff was friendly and helpful. Great view across the valley. Wi-Fi only provided in the hotel lobby across the road, and didn't work while we were here. Only stayed one night. We camped at Panamint Springs Resort (Privately Owned) in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2009 - $27.00
This is the worst RV Park I have ever seen. The "Host" sleeps in a old trailer that has seen better days. His junk car is on cinder blocks. If you make an advance reservation and then decide you do not want to stay here when you arrive (which will probably be the case), then they bring out the "48 hour cancellation policy". I suggest you avoid this trap at all costs. We camped at Panamint Springs Resort (Privately Owned) in a Motorhome.Undo
Stay on the east side of Towne Pass because that's closer to many Death Valley sights and attractions.LM&TinView • March 2015
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