- The list below includes 6 free or cheap things to do in or near Death Valley Junction, California, including 14 different types of inexpensive activities like Canyon, History Museums, Hiking Trails and Lake.
- From Death Valley National Park to Titus Canyon, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Death Valley Junction and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Pahrump and Amargosa Valley.
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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Death Valley National Park, Death Valley Junction, CA 92328 MoreLess Info
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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Twenty Mule Team Rd. off Rte. 190, Death Valley Junction, CA MoreLess Info
The region of Death Valley National Park known as Twenty Mule Team Canyon takes its name from the teams of mules used to haul borax from the Harmony Borax Works to the nearest railway. Each trip took a week and the route was over 160 miles long.
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Harmony Borax Works Rd., Death Valley Junction, CA MoreLess Info
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.
Formerly a class II railroad line, the Tonopah and Tidewater Railroad Museum once stretched over 200 miles through the Mohave Desert. The line, now abandoned, is now preserved through the museum along with a historical caboose and other artifacts.
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HCR 70, Box 610Z, Amargosa Valley, NV 89041 MoreLess Info
Many outdoor activities can be conducted at the Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge. Several boardwalks are available for walking tours, and visitors can participate in bird watching, hunting, and photography.