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Amargosa Conservancy








PO Box 63
Shoshone, CA 92384

For More Information:
call 760 852 4339

Bob Meador, DDS

PO Box 451
Independence, CA 93526

For More Information:
call 760.938.2279

Chevron Gas

Death Valley area, CA

Services available in Shoshone, Furnace Creek, Stovepipe Wells, Panamint Springs and Lone Pine.

Clinica Sierra Vista – Death Valley Health Center

Old Highway 127
Shoshone, CA 93284

For More Information:
call 760-852-4383


Limited Health Services are available in Shoshone at the Death Valley Health Center. Call 760-852-4383 or 800-852-3842 for hours and availability.

Death Valley Fund

PO Box 3595
Santa Barbara, CA 93130

For More Information:
call 760-263-4900


The nonprofit Death Valley Conservancy established the “Death Valley Fund” to provide support and private funding for projects that preserve, protect or enhance Death Valley National Park by improving the Death Valley area’s natural, cultural and historic resources as well as the visitor experience. It was established on February 11th, 2008 – a date which coincides with the 75th Anniversary of Death Valley first being declared a “National Monument” in 1933 by President Herbert Hoover.

Death Valley Natural History Association

PO Box 188
Death Valley, CA 92328

For More Information:
call 760.786.2146


The Death Valley Natural History Association is a nonprofit membership organization, founded in 1954 to support Death Valley National Park projects that might not otherwise be funded, and increase visitor awareness and education. Visit our bookstores in the Visitors Centers at Death Valley National Park and Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge.

Death Valley Unified School District








PO Box 217

Shoshone, CA 92384

For More Information:
call 760.852.4303

Dr. Terence McAteer, Inyo Co. Superintendent of Schools

555 South Clay St, PO Drawer G
Independence, CA 93526

For More Information:
call 760.878.2426

Goldwell Open Air Museum

PO Box 405
Beatty, NV 89003

For More Information:
call 702-870-9946


Just outside of Rhyolite, Nevada, a spectacular ghost town off the road leading to Death Valley, California, a group of prominent Belgian artists, led by the late Albert Szukalski, created a self-described art situation consisting of seven outdoor sculptures that are colossal not only in their scale, but in their placement within the vast upper Mojave desert. You’ll encounter a life-size, ghostly interpretation of the Last Supper painting by Leonardo Da Vinci; a 25-foot high pink woman made of cinder blocks; a 24-foot high steel prospector accompanied by a penguin; a blossoming tangle of gleaming chrome car parts and an exquisitely carved winged woman reaching for the sun from high atop a wooden pillar by the original Belgian artists, as well as new pieces by contemporary American artists. The sculpture park is free and open to the public 24/7. With new artist residency and artist workspace programs offered in the nearby Red Barn Art Center, Goldwell remains this kind of place for those who seek adventure in their artmaking in a spectacular and challenging landscape.

Interagency Visitor Center

PO Box 989
Lone Pine, CA 93545

For More Information:
call 760-876-6215


At the junction of US 395 and SR 136, one mile south of Lone Pine, the Visitor Center provides information, exhibits, maps, and brochures on the Eastern Sierra and High Desert area. Displays include desert safety, a rock and mineral collection, and a native plant garden. Picnickers enjoy views south and east to the Coso and Inyo Ranges and west to Mt. Whitney in the Sierra. An extensive selection of books covering the natural and cultural history of the Sierra, Great Basin, and Mojave Desert regions are for sale at the center.