This is a photograph of the Stovepipe Wells General Store. In the foreground, there is a wooden fence surrounding the Stovepipe Wells sign, old machinery, and some vegetation. The General Store and visitors' vehicles are in the mid-ground, and mountains can be seen in the background.

Stovepipe Wells Developed Area Planning Public Engagement Newsletter

This newsletter provides a description of the projects proposed for the Stovepipe Wells Developed Area in Death Valley National Park to improve visitor experience, safety, and park operations. The areas included in this effort are the Stovepipe Wells Village, Emigrant Junction, Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes trailhead, Mosaic Canyon Road and trailhead, and the Devils Cornfield pullout.
 
Comment Period: Closed        11/20/2020 - 12/23/2020
Topic Questions:
1. What suggestions do you have for us to consider when redesigning Stovepipe Wells Campground?
2. What suggestions do you have regarding the proposal to remove the airstrip and create a night-sky viewing area?
3. We are considering changes to Mosaic Canyon Road, which could include paving it and improving the parking area. What suggestions do you have?
4. What other comments do you have about the proposed improvements to the Stovepipe Wells Developed Area at Stovepipe Wells Village, Emigrant Junction, the Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes, Mosaic Canyon, and Devils Cornfield?
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