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Death Valley National Park
4.6/5
171 Reviews
Located in southeastern California, Death Valley National Park is a very low and very arid region of the world. It has the second lowest altitude in the western hemisphere. Due to the low altitude, the park's climate is very hot and the temperature can reach 56 degrees Celsius. Death Valley is famous for walking stones. The reason for this phenomenon is unknown to this day.
Floyd Lamb State Park
4.4/5
10 Reviews
City Park
Long before Las Vegas contained Olympic-sized resort pools, manicured golf courses or a water show at the Bellagio, this corner of the Mojave Desert had a real oasis: a series of small lakes centered around Tule Springs, which served as a watering hole for Native Americans and prospectors. Today, a state park surrounds those springs. The 2,040-acre park includes four ponds for fishing, volleyball, and horseshoe facilities.
Gilcrease Nature Sanctuary
3.5/5
7 Reviews
Garden
Kyle Canyon
4/5
7 Reviews
Canyon

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