If golf is your leisure pastime of choice then playing The Furnace Creek Inn 18-hole, par 70 course, is sure to make it on your bucket list. At 214 feet below sea level this Perry-designed course is the world’s lowest elevation golf course. Massive palm and tamarisk trees frame the fairways and majestic mountains are visible from all areas of the course. Snowbird season is the perfect time to enjoy the scenic beauty of Death Valley, when daytime highs range from 65 to 92 degrees.
No matter if you choose to begin your day with breakfast or sleep in and enjoy a light lunch before heading out to explore Death Valley, the Inn has plenty of fine options for dining. From the casual Pool Cafe to the upscale The Inn Dining Room with its local-to-table fare, you will have more than enough choices to fuel your days activities or to wind down with dinner and a cocktail before heading out to the terrace to for some stargazing. Meals can also be delivered to your room or casita any time of day.
Speaking of stargazing… Death Valley is a Gold Tier Dark Sky National Park and is designated as the largest Dark Sky National Park in the country by the International Dark Sky Association. The Oasis at Death Valley is doing its part by taking painstaking measures to minimize light pollution so as to increase your nighttime stargazing experience.
There are many amazing places to explore and incredible views to experience in Death Valley National Park. Not only is the desert landscape a gorgeous place to visit during the day, the surprisingly bright, star-filled night sky is an unforgettable sight and one you won’t soon forget
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From the Pool Café, situated at the renovated spring-fed pool, to the upscale yet casual, Inn Dining Room dining options at the Inn at Death Valley are plentiful. From breakfast, lunch and dinner to an after dinner drink on the outdoor terrace under a starlit sky your dining experience will be like no other.