- TripBuzz discovered 13 different types of activities for couples in the Beatty area, including Art Museum (like Goldwell Open Air Museum), Ghost Towns (like Rhyolite), Canyon (like Titus Canyon) and Hiking Trails (like Red Pass), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 2 date ideas in or near Beatty, Nevada, all of which are located within the city of Beatty.
Just outside the ghost town of Rhyolite is the Goldwell Open Air Museum. The museum features a sculpture park with large-scale art created by a prominent group of Belgian artists that is set across the desert landscape.
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Artist's Drive is a narrow one-way road through the Death Valley and is a popular detour among travelers heading towards Artist's Palette. It is a short drive which takes you through some beautiful rock formations and has it adventurous edge with many twists and drops.
Situated in Death Valley on the border of Nevada and California, Funeral Mountains offers visitors a scenic view of a colorful, limestone mountain range. Visitors aren't allowed to climb the mountains, but they can enjoy them from a distance.
Death Valley National Park is one of the largest national parks and it is an International Biosphere Reserve, since 95% of it is labeled as wilderness area. It has camping sites and trails available for hikers, bikers and four-wheel drivers.
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Named for the mysterious rock trails that skitter across the ground, The Racetrack is a unique attraction in Death Valley Junction, California. The presence of the rock trails remains one of the greatest mysteries in geological history.
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Barker Ranch is an old ranch in the desert. A number of nearby canyons and caves make for a great off-roading adventure.
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While it was in operation, the now-defunct Harmony Borax Works was the most powerful economic force in Death Valley. Its decline began in 1888, after only five years of operation. The Harmony Borax Works is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places.