The best season to visit Death Valley National Park is Winter. Winter brings cooler, more manageable temperatures to Death Valley, and even some clouds! While December and January can be a bit rainy, February and March are a dream.
Wildrose campground is a great, somewhat remote, campground in Death Valley National Park that gives campers great proximity to popular trails
Ibex Dunes are perhaps the most photogenic dunes in the park (right up there with Eureka Dunes) and almost as remote.
The Charcoal Kilns are a cool spot to visit, easily mistaken for an abandoned village of windowless conical, beehive shaped homes.
Eureka Dunes is the most stunning dune field in Death Valley National Park and perhaps the tallest in all of North America.
The Racetrack Playa at Death Valley National Park features rocks that mysteriously move across the cracked desert floor leaving long trails.