The following are locations in the 5,219 square miles that make up Death Valley National Park. Death Valley is a fascinating place, containing the lowest point in North America, and holds the record for hottest temperature every recorded (134°F). Within the park boundaries are significant Native American Cultural Sites, Historic Mines and Communities, Geological, and other Natural Wonders.
Most of the sites below, along with dozens of others can be found in my books: Exploring Death Valley: Secret Places in the Mojave Desert Vol. V and Exploring Death Valley II: Secret Places in the Mojave Desert Vol. VI.  The books contain GPS coordinates, topographical maps, photographs, and site history.

Locations in Death Valley National Park