Death Valley National Park is one of the largest national parks in the USA, located across the border of Nevada and California, to the east of Sierra Nevada. You can find salt flats, sand dunes, valleys, mountains, and canyons in this national park, and it is the hottest and driest national park in the United States. Numerous plants and animals live here, and they are fascinating because they managed to survive in the hot desert environment, and you can also find Native American groups living here to this day! A fascinating place to visit with your beloved pup!
Pets are welcome in the Death Valley National Park, but they have to be on a leash no longer than six feet! So, make sure that you have your trusty leash with you and start exploring! One of the amazing places you and your dog can visit is the Twenty Mule Team Canyon Road, a three mile dirt road which passes through the whimsical badlands. You can see a plethora of plants here and enjoy all the colors mother nature gave us, all while getting some exercise in the process.
When you get tired of walking around all day, exploring the wonders of the Death Valley National Park, you need to rest a bit, right? If you don’t feel like going home just yet, you can lodge in one of the villages in the area, such as the Stovepipe Wells Village. This is one of the main lodging areas where dogs are more than welcome at no charge! Now that sounds like a treat! You also have an option of the nearby RV park, as well as the national park campgrounds. Different strokes for different folks as they say.
Walk this road when the temperature becomes too hot in the valley. You can have a nice relaxing hike without getting burnt in the sun, and it is definitely better than spending the whole day indoors!
If you decided to camp for the night, you will surely meet other travelers with their own dogs, so you can all have a nice evening of games with your pups. Fetch, hide and seek, or just treat hunting will make your evening more fun and exciting, and you may make some new friends in the process.
When you are in the Death Valley National Park, be respectful to the natural environment. Keep your doggo on the leash and don’t let them scare the wildlife. Be a responsible dog owner and clean up after them so as to avoid spreading diseases to the animals that live here. Also, make sure that you keep your dog by your side at all times and don’t let them wander around during the night, since coyotes can get to them and hurt them badly, or worse. Protect their paws from prickly plants, and always, always, always have enough water for them!