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The Inn at Death Valley

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Possibly one of the most uniquely situated resort in the United States, The Oasis at Death Valley offers the perfect vantage point to explore Death Valley National Park. From either the historic four-diamond Inn or the family-friendly Ranch, visitors have their pick of memorable explorations. Whether sticking around for an entire day or heading out for just a few hours, visitors will be taken aback by all that is unique to one of America's largest national parks, and then be able to return to the comforts of a true American oasis.

Must-See Places in Death Valley National Park
Visitors will discover historic borax mining sites, Ubehebe Crater, Ghost Towns, Dante's View (5,475 feet above the Valley's floor), Zabriskie Point, Artist's Palette, Badwater Basin, and Devil's Golf Course - a vast expanse of knobby salt formations rising from the earth. Visitors couldn't ask for a better place to start and end their journey than The Oasis at Death Valley.

Farabee’s Jeep Rentals
For guests who wish to explore some of the more remote areas of the park, Farabee’s Jeep Rentals is located at the resort’s on-site fuel station at the Ranch. Top-of-the-line Jeep Wrangler Rubicons are specially equipped for exploring hundreds of miles of unimproved roads within Death Valley National Park. In years when sufficient rainfall has occurred, spectacular wildflower blooms can be found in these remote areas.

Activities at The Oasis at Death Valley
Both the Inn and the Ranch offer a range of activities that will satisfy any guest. Whether it is the perfect 87 degree waters of the spring-fed pools at both properties; gazing at the stars from Stargazer’s Deck at the Inn or from the Furnace Creek Golf Course at the Ranch; enjoying a relaxing massage at the Inn’s Tranquility Spa; catching the moon crest over the mountains while on a scenic nighttime horse ride; or simply gathering around a beer at the Last Kind Words Saloon recounting the day’s adventure; one thing is for certain: guests will not lack things to do while at The Oasis at Death Valley.

The Furnace Creek Golf Course at Death Valley
At 214 feet below sea level, this 18-hole, par 70 golf course is the world’s lowest. Palm and tamarisk trees frame the fairways and majestic mountains are visible from all areas of the course. A 1997 re-design by noted course architect, Perry Dye and additional improvements made in 2017, have added subtle mounding and re-contoured greens to the already fun layout. Water comes into play on nine holes and four sets of tees provide an enjoyable challenge for players of all skill levels.

Golf Course Green Fees
Green Fees are $60 per player for 18 holes if walking. 18 holes with an electric cart rental is $73.50 per player. Club rental is available from the Pro Shop. Play is limited during the summer months due to the extreme heat. However, the course is open year-round. Early morning golf is best during the summer.

Golf Course Hours of Operation
The golf course is opened year-round and operational from 6:00 a.m. to sunset during the October-May period and 6:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. during the summer months.

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