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Warm Springs Mine

Death Valley National Park, CA
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VIew into the Past

Death Valley has a long history of mining and this is one of the better established camps. The... read more

Reviewed 31 October 2016
Tomas D
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Colorado Springs, Colorado
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Beautiful Drive and a Fun Place to Explore

Access to the mine is a rocky/gravel road. It's mostly easy going, but there are a couple of spots... read more

Reviewed 16 February 2016
Steve W
,
Sacramento, California
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Last used in 1980 by the Pfizer Corporation, buildings and mining equipment remain behind.
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30 Oct 2016
“VIew into the Past”
15 Feb 2016
“Beautiful Drive and a Fun Place to Explore”
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Death Valley National Park, CA

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Reviewed 31 October 2016

Death Valley has a long history of mining and this is one of the better established camps. The cinder block buidings tell of a better time when the mine was in production. I enjoyed wandering the area and checking out the buildings and the pool....More

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Reviewed 16 February 2016

Access to the mine is a rocky/gravel road. It's mostly easy going, but there are a couple of spots where high clearance is very helpful. You can see the old mine and living quarters from the past. It's not safe to go inside the structures,...More

2  Thank Steve W
Reviewed 5 February 2016

It's a great idea to rent a four-wheel drive rig and take the Warm Springs Canyon drive up to the old camp. It's a hoot! There are lots of talc and gold mines on both side of the canyon and the camp at the top...More

2  Thank okeedoke
Reviewed 4 February 2013

Wow! What a delightful surprise. Rent a 4x4 and go in the back country. We were on our way to the Barker ranch when we came across this place. The Spring IS WARM! There's an old residence with guest rooms and other types of buildings...More

3  Thank Mell72
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