Badwater (Death Valley, Nevada) Reviews
Description:Death Valley, Nevada. / The low, salty pool at Badwater, just beside the main park road is probably the best known and ... more
Badwater (Death Valley, Nevada) ... most visited place in Death Valley. The actual lowest point (-282 feet) is located several miles from the road and is not easily accessible - in fact its position varies, but a sign in front of the pool proclaims it too to have an elevation of -282 feet, and it is here that everyone comes to take photographs. An enlarged parking area and other new facilities were constructed in fall 2003 to cope with the ever increasing visitor numbers at the site.
Newest Review: ... and after driving for about half an hour we suddenly had to come to a stop as the road had been washed away and there was no way of passing this area we had to turn back along the road and join the main road again. The temperature in the dessert drops considerably during the night and it feels really cold. So from one extreme to another, boiling searing heat in the day and freezing ... more
Customer Badwater (Death Valley, Nevada) Reviews (2)
by - written on 04/01/14 (Very useful, 64 readings)
Death Valley California. Bad water and Furnace creek. I have visited Death Valley a couple of times although the first time it was a bit of a misadventure. We were staying in Las Vegas and drove up to visit Scotty's castle and was planning to drive all the way back to Las Vegas via Death Valley. We had breakfast and made our way up to Scotty's Castle and after going around that for a couple of hours we came out just as the sun was just setting. We set off for the journey back through the desert but unfortunately it was pitch black and we could not see anything apart from the odd light here and there and passed no cars on the road. The only thing ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/09/07 (Very useful, 145 readings)
***Background*** Having left behind the spooky area of Rhyolite Ghost Town and the strange sculptures we decided to head on down to Furnace Creek Village, where you can find accommodation, when available, and a campground. You can also grab a bite to eat at this oasis and fill up your tank. There is also a small airport too. As we had already had sorted out our accommodation and sorted out our stomachs a little earlier, all that was left at the Village for us to do was to visit the ranger station to get some more information on the attractions around this beautiful section of Death Valley. As mentioned in the Stovepipe Wells review, ranger stations ... Read the complete review
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