A Week in Death Valley
Pahrump http://www.pahrumpnv.org/pahrump-nevada/living-in-pahrump/local-attractions/ [Although Las Vegas is just a short distance away, there are two Vegas style casinos in Pahrump]
Pahrump Valley- Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest 6.3 million acres (the largest national forest in the lower 48 states) offers year-round recreation of all types. https://www.fs.usda.gov/htnf
Death Valley https://www.facebook.com/DeathValleyNP
Wildflowers [Peak Blooming Mid February to Mid April]
-China Ranch Date Farm [a working family-owned small lush piece of greenery amidst the forbidding Mojave. Baked goods/hand crafted gifts/guided walks on wildlife, plants and history (Old Spanish Trail and abandoned mines). Free natural hot mineral baths in nearby Tecopa Hot Springs and Shoshone]. http://www.chinaranch.com
Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge https://www.fws.gov/refuge/Ash_Meadows/
*Top reasons to visit
*Downloadable brochures on wildlife, plants, and birds https://www.fws.gov/refuge/ash_meadows/brochures_and_newsletter.html
Shoshone Village http://www.shoshonevillage.com/
The Oasis at Death Valley (formerly Furnace Creek Resort) includes Historic (1920s) Four Diamond Inn and Furnace Creek Golf Course (Lowest elevation course at 214’ below sea level rated by Golf Digest as one of “America’s Toughest 50 Courses”
Amargosa Opera House- make sure to see this historic place.
Nevada Treasure RV Resort,- the lap of RV luxury with full hookups
Mention Roadtrek for rally rate of $35 plus tax= $38.15 per night
Checkout noon Saturday
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