If you’re looking for a Death Valley map, you’ve come to the right place; currently I’ve collected 13 free Death Valley National Park maps to view and download. (PDF files and external links will open in a new window.) Here you’ll find a few maps that come from the National Park Service brochure, along with some campground, backcountry, and trail maps. You can also browse the best-selling Death Valley maps and guidebooks on Amazon.
Death Valley map from the park brochures
Here’s the new – revised for 2016 – Death Valley National Park map from the NPS brochure, showing all the roads and visitor highlights. Click the image to view a full size JPG (3.6 mb) or download the PDF (2.8 mb).
This is the new 2016 Furnace Creek map, zooming in on the main area of Death Valley that features the majority of visitor services. Click the image to view a full size JPG (200 kb) or download the PDF (1.7 mb).
This is the older Death Valley map that has less color contrast and might be a bit more legible for printing or reading on a cell phone. Click the image to view a full size JPG (2.8 mb) or download the PDF (8.9 mb).
Similarly, this is the older detail map of Furnace Creek that has fewer colors and is easier to read at a glance. Click the image to view a full size JPG (70 kb) or download the PDF (80 kb).
Finally, here’s a printable Death Valley map, showing pretty much the same thing as the maps above but without topography shading. Click the image to view a full size JPG (950 kb) or download the PDF (1.2 mb).
Death Valley trails maps
If you’re looking to buy a detailed Death Valley trails map that covers the entire park, the National Geographic Trails Illustrated map is a great choice, as is the Tom Harrison map. I personally own the Trails Illustrated map, although the Tom Harrison map is slightly less expensive (and it can be nice to support a small business). Both show lots of detail and are super important when hiking in isolated places like Death Valley.
Death Valley campground map
This is a Furnace Creek Campground map. Furnace Creek is the main visitor camping and lodging destination and is centrally located. Click the image to view a full size GIF (200 kb) or download the PDF (150 kb).
Death Valley lodging map
Because Death Valley is in one of the harshest environments in the U.S., there are no nearby towns to stay. To the right you can open a Hotels.com interactive Death Valley lodging map; zoom out to see there’s not much there! You’re probably best off browsing Expedia’s top-rated Death Valley lodging (or Hotels.com) to compare prices, reviews, and location. Or check out the TripAdvisor reviews to make your decision.
Death Valley backcountry roads map
This is a map of Death Valley backcountry roads, showing mileages and road condition (including the Racetrack). Click the image to view a full size JPG (3.2 mb) or download the PDF (1.0 mb).
Death Valley regional road maps
This is a regional Death Valley map (100 kb) showing the roads and surrounding towns, services, and natural areas in California and Nevada. Each point of interest is labeled with available visitor services.
Death Valley map prints and gifts
Printed high-resolution Death Valley map posters and other products are available at the Death Valley Maps store. For art prints, gift ideas, and souvenirs featuring other national parks, support this site and visit the National Park Maps store; you’ll find items to bring on vacation, keep at home for the memories, or give to your park-enthusiast friends and loved ones.
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