Family-friendly accommodation at the heart of the desert
Situated within Death Valley National Park
Western-themed accommodations and grounds
Fantastic recreational activities for adults and kids on-site
Furnace Creek Ranch Hotel , Death Valley
Setting the scene
Step back in time with a charming stay at this western-themed lodging, located right at the heart of the national park. Comfortable, cosy accommodations for all the family await your arrival, with guestrooms offering patios and balconies, and cabins an outdoor front terrace. Across the site you’ll find plenty to do. From volleyball and basketball on the resort’s courts, to horseback riding – which takes you from the accommodations right into the desert. When it comes to dining, you certainly won’t be short on choice. A steakhouse, café and quirky saloon-style bar offer up a range of scrumptious food, while al fresco dining can also be enjoyed at The 19th Hole.
Ideally situated at the heart of the national park, Furnace Creek Ranch offers a truly unique stay. With vast desert landscapes to admire and explore, the only difficulty you’ll have is deciding which attractions to see and treks to do first. From the resort itself you can hike and horse ride into the national park to explore its natural beauty. Jeep rides and rentals are also available from nearby rental and tour companies.
Choice of guestrooms and cabins
In-room massage service
Four restaurants on-site
18-hole golf course on-site
Volleyball, basketball and tennis courts
Seasonal horseback riding
Two swimming pools
Grocery, gift and speciality shops
Accessible accommodations available
Nearby Things To Do
With the vast desert of Death Valley at your feet, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to your itinerary. A few spots to note down as a must-visit include Devil’s Golf Course, Mushroom Rock, Zabriskie Point and Dante’s View. The salt flats at Badwater are also spectacular and sit 17 miles south of the resort. Come evening, why not pull out a blanket and enjoy the night skies? Well-known for its minimal light pollution, Death Valley National Park offers an opportunity to see stars that simply can’t be detected anywhere else.