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Old 09-13-2016, 09:22 PM   #1
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According to this website, there are a lot of camp sites closed:

https://www.nps.gov/deva/planyourvisit/camping.htm

Any ideas of where we can boondock close? We will be in the MH hauling jet skis.
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Boondock site are plentiful if you are a Escapee and member of Days End.

The latest Days End download is over 800 pages in length and was published Aug 26 of 2016. Hows that for up to date?
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I hope you're just driving through Death Valley Nat'l Park and not planning on staying long-term. It's still extremely hot there and have no idea what you'd do with your jet skis.

If passing through...and I don't know from which direction...Stovetop Wells would be the best place to stay right now due to other closings. Mesquite Spring is a pleasant campground, too. Stovetop is a huge gravel area with marked sites. However, since it's hot, there is also a row of sites with hookups, run by the concessionier. You really don't want to do any multiple days of boondocking in Death Valley at this time of year...much too hot.

Although the web site states Furnace Creek is closed...I'm wondering if that means all the camping areas at Furnace Creek are closed. You might want to call. There's a huge gravel parking lot with dry sites. There's a shaded area of campsites and there's a hookup area.
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Here is the first half of our trip.

https://www.google.com/maps/dir/44.9...34.7272078!3e0

We end up spending 3 days on the Colorado River, then the skis go in. For Death Valley, we will come in, in the evening, and leave the next morning. I will take night pics.
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