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.

Environmental Assessment

The National Park Service (NPS) has prepared this environmental assessment (EA) to evaluate the impacts of improving the Stovepipe Wells Developed Area in Death Valley National Park (park), Inyo County, California. The Stovepipe Wells Developed Area includes Stovepipe Wells Village, Emigrant Junction, Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes trailhead, Mosaic Canyon Road and trailhead, and Devils Cornfield parking pullout.
Comment Period: Closed        Jan 28, 2022 - Feb 28, 2022
Document Content:
Figure_Mosaic Canyon.pdfFigure_Mosaic Canyon.pdf   (1.0 MB, PDF file)
Figures_Mesquite Flat.pdfFigures_Mesquite Flat.pdf   (1.0 MB, PDF file)
Figure_Emigrant Junction.pdfFigure_Emigrant Junction.pdf   (1.2 MB, PDF file)
Figure_Stovepipe Wells.pdfFigure_Stovepipe Wells.pdf   (2.0 MB, PDF file)
PowerPoint 2022-02-09.pptxPowerPoint 2022-02-09.pptx   (91.3 MB, .pptx file)
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