The Wild Rose Campground Death Valley National Park is a remote campground located 4100' elevation in the Panamint Mountains. the campground is located approximately an hour and fifteen minutes west of Furnace Creek off Emigrant Road and Emigrant Canyon Road cutoff.
Wild Rose Campground Death Valley National Park
The Wild Rose Campground is a no-frills 23 site tent-only campground in a gravel parking lot. Don't expect RV hookups or dump stations here! You get a pit toilet just down the road from the campground and a picnic table.
The NPS website states that fires are allowed in designated fire pits only. I did not see any fire pits/ fire rings in the campground. This could be that I was visiting during the summer and could have been a burn ban.
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Attractions near Wildrose Campground
You can travel south from the Wildrose Campground on Emigrant Canyon Road you will run into Mahogany Flat, Charcoal Kilns, Wildrose Peak.
You can travel west on Highway 190 to Father Crowley Vista Point that overlooks Rainbow Canyon. This is a great place to watch for military planes flying low into the canyons!
You can travel east on Highway 190 to Stovepipe Wells. Here you can find gas, food, restrooms. It is also the location of the Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes!
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Wildrose Campground Information
There is no cellular service or internet service in the campground.
The campgrounds physical address is:
Death Valley, Ca. 92328
Water may be turned off during times of freezing temperatures.
There are no Reservations
There are no ADA sites
The campground is open year-round
There is no fee to camp at the Wildrose campground, The campground is FREE!
There are no campsite numbers as it is a free campground
There are no food storage lockers
There are garbage cans available.
Wildrose Campground Rules/Regulations
Do not feed wildlife
Pets must be on a leash 6 feet or shorter at all times. You can't leave pets unattended at your campsite.
Generators are allowed 7a-7p
Quiet Hours is 10p-7a
Each campsite has a limit of one recreational vehicle plus tow, or two cars, or 4 motorcycles, and a max of 8 people.
Maximum stay is 30 days and checkout is 12p (noon)
Furnace Creek Campground offers many amenities and is one of the most popular campgrounds in the park.
Great National Park Sites near Death Valley National Park
Manzanar National Historic Site
Devils Postpile National Monument
Castle Mountains National Monument
Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument
Lake Mead National Recreation Area
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