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All reviews death valley visitor center pup fish devil's hole an oasis in the desert high clearance south entrance natural oasis wonderful place to explore the water is crystal clear educational exhibits surrounding landscape dirt road point of rocks picnic lunch picnic area different areas
We were staying in Pahrump, NV so south entrance to this area off Bella Vista Rd was easy to get to. There is no entrance fee. The road is gravel but no problem for cars and small RVs. There are several short walks, some on...More
I drove by this place on my way from Las Vegas to Death Valley Junction but decided to explore it the next day. It can be reached via a dirt road, which wasn't too bad and the Visitor's Center offers a wealth of information. There...More
This beautiful area has some good paths that are accessible to people with mobility challenges, interesting and educational exhibits, super-protected wildlife and the desert in all it's glory. It was an unexpected surprise.
One of my favorite, but little-known, natural areas to visit when in Las Vegas is the Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge. Facilities and trails to the various natural springs have been greatly improved in 2015. Comfortable interpretative board walks lead to several clear and beautiful...More
There are under ground water rivers that open to be able to view. The first stop into the Reserve gives you a view of the Pup fish that is found no where else. They are bright blue. It is fun to see these tiny sparkling...More
Went to see the pupfish and tracked down two species - easy as reserve so we’ll set up. Started visit by meeting a baby sidewinder as it was being escorted out of the Visitor Centre. Watched film and was given excellent directions for waterbirds and...More
This is a very interesting series of small springs in the middle of the desert.
The whole area was nearly destroyed by developers a number of years back, but was purchased by the Nature Conservancy and given/sold to the US Fish and Wildlife service.
The Longstreet Casino should be good. We loved it. The Ash Meadows Visitor Centre has bottled drinks and I think some snacks. The Armagosa Opera House has a cafe - it was closed when I was there in August but I believe it... More
The Longstreet Casino should be good. We loved it. The Ash Meadows Visitor Centre has bottled drinks and I think some snacks. The Armagosa Opera House has a cafe - it was closed when I was there in August but I believe it should be open now. Or there is always the Area 51 stop!