Death Valley Dog Policy
Death Valley National Park is Somewhat Dog Friendly
Death Valley is the lowest, hottest, and driest location in the United States. The basin is below sea level, and the area is under constant drought. There are, however, mountains here, and the peaks are often topped with winter snow. Also, though rare, rainstorms here bring out large fields of opportunistic wildflowers. Despite the harsh conditions, there is a variety of wildlife and plants here.
Death Valley is somewhat dog friendly. While dogs aren't allowed on any trails, they are allowed on a number of roads and in the campgrounds. Please note that dogs can't be left unattended in vehicles. It can also get very hot in Death Valley, so please take care to make sure your dog stays cool enough and has enough water.
Dogs are allowed at the campgrounds as long as they're on 6' leashes. Do not leave pets unattended, and be careful when camping. Coyotes have snatched dogs from outside RVs when they aren't being watched.
|Campground||Dogs Allowed?||# Dog Friendly Sites||Equipment|
|Eureka Dunes Campground (Primitive)||Yes||Info|
|Furnace Creek Campground||Yes||130||Fifth Wheel, Pickup Camper, Pop Up, RV, Tent, Trailer, Vehicle||Reservations/Info|
|Homestake Campground (Primitive)||Yes||Info|
|Mahogany Flat Campground (Primitive)||Yes||Info|
|Mesquite Spring Campground||Yes||Info|
|Saline Valley Campground (Primitive)||Yes||Info|
|Stovepipe Wells Campground||Yes||Info|
|Texas Springs Campground||Yes||Info|
|Thorndike Campground (Primitive)||Yes||Info|
|Campground details from Recreation.gov|