Beyond the dramatic desert formations of the park itself, Death Valley National Park is home to some fascinating man-made "formations," like a sumptuous 1930s villa and ghost towns. Scotty's Castle and Rhyolite Ghost Town are the most remarkable of the park's historic sites and the best preserved, but others, such as the former rough-riding outlaw town Panamint City, are well worth a look.
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More Info Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge
- 610 Spring Meadows Rd, Amargosa Valley
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- Death Valley
More Info Eureka Dunes
More Info Harrisburg
- Aguereberry Point Rd, Harrisburg
More Info Panamint City
More Info Scotty's Castle
- Route 190 , Death Valley National Park
More Info Ubehebe Crater
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