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Stovepipe Wells
This oasis on the floor of Death Valley is actually a hotel that is open year round, go figure. If you think that no one visits Death Valley in the summer when the weather reaches 130+F, are you dead wrong (pun intended). One of the busiest times for Stove Pipewells Village is the summer. Who stays there you ask? Well mostly it is those who want to visit the harsh desert. It is less expensive for most Europeans to visit Death Valley than it is to visit the Sahara. Stove Pipewells Village has many rooms, heated mineral pools, a grocery store, cocktail lounge and a dining room.

Getting There-
Las Vegas to Stovepipe Wells

Take I-15 north to US-95 north to Nevada-374 west (left at downtown Beatty). Follow signs to Death Valley National Park (very steep greade into Death Valley). Neveda-374 turns into California-190 if you continue west, just before Stovepipe Wells.

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