Amargosa Valley Rest Area Boondocking

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The Amargosa Valley Rest Area Boondocking area is located on US-95, 29.9 miles South of Beatty, NV at the Junction of US-95 and NV-373 with bidirectional access.

Located close to Death Valley National Park, Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, and Big Dune, and named for the Amargosa River, the Amargosa Valley Rest Area Boondocking spots are a great place to stay the night during your Death Valley Rally road trip.

Alluring Historic Amargosa Valley, Nevada may be found in expansive Nye County, not far from the state line between Nevada and California. Located close to Death Valley National Park, Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, and Big Dune, and named for the Amargosa River, Amargosa Valley is a great place to stay the night during your Death Valley Rally road trip.

Amargosa Valley, in sunny southern Nevada, spans about 17 miles from the intersection of US-95 and NV-363 to the state line between Nevada and California. Its northern end is home to the Area 51 Alien Center truckstop, the Amargosa Castle truckstop, the Amargosa Valley Rest Area Boondocking and the Alamo Fireworks Megastore, all of which cater to drivers on the Free-Range Art Highway (US-95), while its southern end is a popular overnight stop for those participating in the Death Valley Rally because of its proximity to the park's eastern entrance.

The magnificent Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, home to the rare, endemic Devils Hole pupfish, and the wildly famous five-square-mile Big Dune OHV area are just a couple of the local attractions that make Amargosa Valley worth visiting on its own. To answer your question, "How far is Amargosa Valley from Las Vegas?" the distance is roughly one and a half hours.

Ash Meadows National nature Refuge is a great place to visit if you have a passion for nature. Located in the middle of the Mojave arid, this park boasts 23,000 acres of arid uplands, lush wetlands, and sapphire spring-fed ponds, making it the only spot in the country where you may see 27 unique species of plants and animals.

Near the Amargosa Valley Rest Area Boondocking area you will find the Devils Hole pupfish, found only in Devils Hole, a remote part of Death Valley National Park, is the rarest fish in the world. There are only about 200 of them. You can explore the beautiful scenery of the refuge on one of the many interpretative routes or boardwalks, some of which even lead to Jack Longstreet's cabin.

Management:
Forest Ranger State DOT
Information:
Location Information RVs, Trailers
Amenities:
Big Rig Friendly, Drinking Water, Picnic Table, Restrooms, Trash Bins
Activities:
Hiking Biking, Hiking, Wildlife Viewing
Pad Type:
Pad Type Gravel