Stovepipe Wells Campground, Death Valley National Park

We arrived at the National Park Service Stovepipe Wells Campground in the dark.  Driving the desert in the dark, mostly downhill was slightly un-nerving.


While eating breakfast we had two visitors.


A big, black Raven who was used to getting handouts and someone else who was used to people.


The campground was basically a gravel parking lot, 150 “campsites.”  I would not want to be here during the summer at 100+ degrees and full.  There were about six of us in the campground, so there was plenty of space for us.


We headed out for Titus Canyon.

About Carl & Mary

Two crazy individuals who enjoy old trucks, life in the slow lane (off the Interstates), and observing life in the United States.
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