The Inn at Furnace Creek
Activities & Events
With more than three million acres of bone-dry desert surrounded by majestic mountains, Death Valley National Park in California is the largest national park in the continental United States. From the top of Telescope Peak to the searing pools and salt flats of Badwater, there is an elevation change of over 11,000 feet. The magnitude of the heights and the depths astound the mind.
Built by the Pacific Coast Borax Company and steeped in the history of the Wild West, the entire resort is a fitting tribute to the historic riches of California’s past and provides the perfect vantage point from which to explore Death Valley National Park. Furnace Creek Resort offers a variety of activities including golf on the world’s lowest 18-hole course at 214 feet below sea level, swimming in the resort’s naturally warm spring-fed pools, horseback riding, hiking, self-guided touring, and wintertime horse-drawn carriage rides.
Open year-round, the resort is close to the Death Valley National Park Visitor Center, one hour from Scotty’s Castle, and only a two-hour drive from Las Vegas.
For more information about the The Inn at Furnace Creek or to make reservations please visit furnacecreekresort.com/the-inn-at-furnace-creek or call 1.800.236.7916.