Death Valley National Park
Don't worry. Park rangers guarantee you'll come back alive.
Animals of Death Valley
Here are a few animals native to the park:
- The Kiote
- The Collared Lizard
- The Rattle Snake
- The Ground Squirrel
- The Roadrunner
- The Kit Fox
In Death Valley there are lots of things to do; you can do the junior Ranger Program, you can hike mountains and deserts, or just watch the view of the sunset setting slowly over the desert; Death Valley has something for everyone.
Other Interesting Information
Did you know that:
- Furnace Creek got a world record tempature of 134 degrees Fahrenheit!
- The Devils Hole Pupfish can survive in water up to 112 degrees Fahrenheit!
- Badwater lies 282 feet below sea level!
Park Seasons and Fees
- Summer: 9:30 A.M. to 4:15 P.M.
- Winter: 8:45 A.M. to 4:45 P.M.
1 person $10, 7 days
1 vehicle $20, 7 days