A historic ranch within the national park
Park of the Furnace Creek Resort which was established as a working ranch in the 19th Century, the ranch is a firm favourite with guests to Death Valley National Park. There are many modern facilities here including a golf course, a springfed swimming pool and tennis courts. Enjoy activities such as horse riding from the Furnace Creek Stables, hiking and cycling.
There is an excellent western-style menu at the Wrangler Steakhouse, whilst guests can also enjoy hearty breakfasts at the Wrangler Buffet, family-friendly Americana at the 49’er Café or old time burgers, subs and hot dogs at The 19th Hole, with its veranda-style bar offering stunning views of the Panamint Mountains. The Corkscrew Saloon serves fantastic cocktails and tasty bar snacks alongside its televisions and juke box.
At the centre of the National Park, 275 miles northeast of Los Angeles and two hours from Las Vegas airport.
Good to know
• Tee off at the world's lowest golf course, Furncae Creek Golf Course, which sits at 65 metres below sea level*.
Restaurant, seasonal golf club restaurant
*Denotes local charge