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Furnace Creek Inn and Ranch
PO Box 187,Hwy 190
Death Valley National Park
Death Valley, CA 92328 USA

Rich Jones
Tel: 760-786-2345
Fax: 760-786-2514
www.furnacecreekresort.com

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Furnace Creek Inn


Furnace Creek Inn: Death Valley
The jewel of Death Valley, the Inn offers luxury and timeless elegance.
Nestled against the Funeral Mountains and overlooking the desert salt pans and majestic Panamint Mountains, the Inn offers 66 classically decorated rooms including suites, fine dining, a spring-fed swimming pool, tennis courts, gift shop, conference rooms, massage therapy and a world renowned oasis garden laden with towering palm trees and meandering streams.

All rooms at the Furnace Creek Inn are non-smoking rooms. Smoking allowed outside only. All rooms have recently been redecorated, have air conditioning, televisions, telephones, pay for view movies, free HBO, Nintendo games, refrigerators, irons, ironing boards, hair dryers, bathroom amenities and terry robes. Most rooms have decks or terraces. Some rooms have spa tubs.

Special Note: The Furnace Creek Inn is available to guests from mid-October through mid-May. From mid-May through mid-October all operations are consolidated at the Furnace Creek Ranch.



Furnace Creek Ranch: Death Valley

Originally built as a working ranch in the 1880's and later the home of the famous twenty mule teams, the Furnace Creek Ranch today offers a complete resort complex in the heart of Death Valley National Park.

The 224 guest units are complemented by three restaurants, a saloon, a general store, The Borax Museum and a 3,040-foot airstrip. Boundless recreational opportunities include a spring-fed swimming pool, the world's lowest golf course (214 feet below sea level), tennis, horseback riding, horse-drawn carriage rides, hiking and touring.

The Ranch is located 120 miles northwest of Las Vegas and is open year 'round (some services listed vary seasonally).

Cabins

Cabin units are located in single story duplex buildings and are near the registration/reception building. All units have either two double beds or one queen size bed, air conditioning, hair dryers, in-room coffee makers, mini-refrigerators, TV, phone and 3/4 private bath (shower only, no tub). Roll-a-ways are not available in these units. All cabin units are non-smoking.

Standard

Standard rooms are located in four, two-story buildings. All rooms have sliding glass doors leading to small patios or balconies. All units have two queen beds, air conditioning, hair dryers, in-room coffee makers, TV, phone, full private bath and mini-refrigerators. Roll-a-ways are permitted in these rooms. All Standard rooms are non-smoking.

Deluxe

Deluxe rooms are located in two, single-story buildings. Rooms have sliding glass doors leading to small patios adjacent to our park/pool area. Each unit offers one or two queen beds, air conditioning, hair dryers, in-room coffee makers, TV, phone, full private bath and mini refrigerator. Some units are fully handicapped accessible. All Deluxe rooms are non-smoking.

RV Parking

The National Park Service offers three dry campgounds surrounding the Furnace Creek Ranch. For information, call (877) 444-6777. A limited number of basic RV parking sites with utilities are available at the Ranch. Call (760) 786-2345 for reservations.

 Pink Jeep Tours

Pink Jeep Tours
Death Valley comes to life when Pink Jeep Tours shows you the most spectacular highlights of the largest national park in the contiguous United States.

General Information
Reservations recommended (taken 24/7)
Tour pick-up at Furnace Creek Inn, Furnace Creek Ranch & Stovepipe Wells
Comfortable shoes and clothing recommended
Hats and sunscreen necessary in warm weather months (April through September)
All major credit cards accepted
Cancellation policy: Refunds given with more than 24 hr notice
Pink Jeep Tours reserves the right to alter, modify, or cancel any tour due to weather or other unsafe conditions.
Vehicle selection will be determined by Pink Jeep Tours
Reservations

Call toll-free (888) 900-4480 or book your Pink Jeep Tours reservations online.

Available Tours 


Racetrack Playa
$165 per person (snack included), tour time 6 hours

Death Valley Racetrack Playa Furnace Creek

Witness one of the strangest rock dances of all time! Furrows in the mud indicate that boulders, some weighing as much as 700lbs, have slipped across a perfectly flat dry lakebed. This activity has puzzled geologists for decades. Also included is a stop at Ubehebe Crater, a 770-foot deep crater formed by a steam explosion over 3,000 years ago.

Charcoal Kilns
$129 per person, tour time: 4 hours

Death Valley Charcoal Kilns Furnace Creek Pink Jeep

Marvel at these beehive-shaped kilns built over 130 years ago. These kilns were used to convert pinyon and juniper logs to charcoal to be used in nearby silver mines. These are considered to be the best surviving examples of charcoal kilns in the western states. Then it's on to Aguereberry Point, a spectacular view from 6,433 feet above the valley floor. The tour concludes with a final stop at Mosaic Canyon. A short walk into this geologic wonder reveals patterned walls of polished multicolored rock.

Titus Canyon
$119 per person, tour time: 3 hours

Titus Canyon Pink Jeep Furnace Creek

Includes a visit to the Historic Ghost Town of Rhyolite. Then it's on to Titus Canyon. Titus Canyon offers breathtaking views from the summit at Red Pass to the canyon walls in the narrows that tower 500 feet above the canyon floor.

Includes a visit to the Historic Ghost Town of Rhyolite. Then it's on to Titus Canyon. Titus Canyon offers breathtaking views from the summit at Red Pass to the canyon walls in the narrows that tower 500 feet above the canyon floor.

In-park Classic Tour
$65 per person, tour time: 2 hours
Join our classic Death Valley tour for stops at Devil's Golf Course and Badwater (lowest point in the Western Hemisphere, 282 feet below sea level). Next a scenic trip on Artist's Drive demonstrates how oxidation has produced a rainbow of colors in the eroded clay deposits of this ancient lakebed.

 Pink Jeep Tours

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