National Park Service


After the park’s longest closure in history,
DVNP employees continue to work on fully reopening the park.

Roads open within the park

Please check the Death Valley National Park site for updates

Death Valley is the driest place in North America, typically receiving about 2 inches of rain per year. The official weather gauge at Furnace Creek has measured 4.9 inches in the past six months, with most of that happening in just two events: the remnants of Hurricane Hilary (2.2 inches on August 20) and the recent atmospheric river (1.5 inches from February 4-7).

The DVNPS staff happy to have the park back open!


Dante’s View looking into Valley and Badwater

November 13th, 2023

DV ’49ers members heading home after the encampment