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The Eastern Sierra InterAgency Visitor Center is excellent for orientation to the area and useful tourist information. There are several exhibits, including a huge topographical map and a panoramic view of the Sierras with a picture identifying all the major peaks in view -- very...More
Located on the south end of Lone Pine at the intersection of Highway 395 and CA 190, this information center provides a very good center for travelers. Ample parking for all sizes vehicles, open during regular business hours.
I really enjoyed this visitors center. The staff was very helpful and helped me figure where I was going and how to get there. Love the staff of the forest service and the national park service always willing to help. They have so much knowledge...More
After driving from Orange County, this made a perfect start for our family vacation up the 395. Their bathrooms are clean and accessible, and surrounded by a lovely garden of local flora (labeled). The beautifully designed building was created with the surrounding area in mind,...More
Whether you’re here to get your back country permit, or it’s your first time to the Eastern Sierras and you want to learn about the area, this is a great place to stop by. Lots of history, geography, activities guides to whet your appetite. Great...More
If you are towing an RV, the size of the parking lot is accommodating. The bathrooms are clean and are accessible to the non-ambulatory population. The staff is ready to help you and answer your questions. Brochures are available. There is a small gift shop....More
Very nice staff and informative. Great maps and information on Lone Pine and the surrounding area. Nice gift shop too. Take the time to go thru the displays and topic map. There are some steep mountain roads getting into and back out of Death Valley...More