Death Valley National Park is the largest national park outside of Alaska and is famous for being one of the hottest places on earth. Spanning an extraordinary 3.3 million acres of enormous sand dunes, salt flats, mysterious singing rocks, slot canyons, historic sites, oases, dry lakes, and colorful sandstone canyons this park is truly one-of-a-kind. Glampers here can explore such incredible sites as Titus Canyon, Badwater Basin’s salt flats, and Telescope Peak Trail, and much more. And winter is a great time of year to visit, when there are cool days, chilly nights and rarely, rainstorms. And make sure to book one of these winter weekend getaways near Death Valley National Park! There's something for every taste and budget—so take a look today!