If you don't know what you are doing next week, tomorrow, or tonight then this group is for you. If you are spontaneous and thrive on being a more fly by their seats type of person then this group is for you. If you don't know what you want to do until the hour is upon you to do it then this is the group for you.
Activities will include hiking, camping, movies, bike rides, brewery crawls, dinner and drinks, baseball games, concerts or anything else we can come up with to occupy our time.
SO SO SO SORRY GUYS but since this is listed as a Women Wanderers event the invitation is only open to my female Lifestylers.
I HAVE BOOKED A SITE AT FURNACE CREEK CAMPGROUND (2/28/19 and 3/1/19)
-minimum of 9 and maximum of 15 people and 3 vehicles.
MESQUITE SPRINGS is first come first served basis so we need to get there early or I can book Furance Creek for all 4 nights. (3/2/19 and 3/3/19)
Cost is $35.00 per night for the group site and in addition to camping fee there is a charge of $30 per vehicle (this fee is for one week). Actual cost per person will vary predicating how many people commit and how many vehicles we take out there.
Let’s explore this fascinating National Park.
Two nights at Furnace Creek and two nights at Mesquite Springs.
They say this is the absolute best time to visit the park!!! See you on the trails!!
Gathering firewood is not permitted in the park.
The National Park Service reserves the right to reserve sites for management needs during the summer first-come/first-served time frame.
Coyotes and ravens frequent this area; visitors should avoid leaving pets or food unattended.
Power surges can occur at any electrical outlet, including RV electrical hookups. Campers are responsible for protecting their RVs and appliances from power surges.
Don't Move Firewood: Help protect our forests! Prevent the spread of tree-killing pests by obtaining firewood at or near your destination and burning it on-site. Moving firewood is illegal in some states. Visit dontmovefirewood.org to learn more.
All vehicles in Campground must be CA Highway Legal - ATVs are not allowed to be driven in Campground or in the park.
No driving off road allowed throughout Death Valley National Park - in Campgrounds if asphalt pad is provided, all tires of vehicle must be on pavement.
Death Valley has sunk below sea level through geologic processes over time. It lies within the Mojave Desert and is the hottest, driest and lowest location in North America. Yet despite its extreme conditions, the park boasts a diversity of ecosystems, including colorful badlands, snow-covered peaks, desolate sand dunes, rugged canyons and flat, dry basins called playas. Furnace Creek is on the edge of a playa at the bottom of the valley floor. It is fairly open with sparse vegetation, though some sites do have trees that provide shade. The facility offers a wide view of the mountains to the east and west, which glow with hues of orange, red and yellow during sunrise and sunset