Death Valley National Park is the largest national park outside of Alaska and is famous for the steady drought and record summer heat, yet there is so much more to this extraordinary region. An astonishing 3.3 million acres of enormous sand dunes, salt flats, mysterious singing rocks, slot canyons, historic sites, oases, dry lakes, and colorful sandstone canyons nestled between two ranges of high, snow-capped mountains. Indeed, this park is one-of-a-kind. Glampers can discover such sites as Titus Canyon, Badwater Basin’s salt flats, and Telescope Peak Trail, as well as observe the unique local flora and fauna—particularly special when the wildflowers emerge after a rare rainstorm. And make sure to book one of these romantic cabin getaways! There's something for every taste and budget—so take a look today!