Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, Amargosa Valley

#10 of 66 in Nature in Nevada
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  • Had an absolutely perfect sunny winter day. Loved the boardwalk where you can really see the pupfish up close. They have a great movie at the visitors center. I was surprised at how nice the gift...  more »
  • Trip advisor please attach this site to Things to Do in Pahrump NV!!!! I had to find out about this absolute GEM in the desert from my hotel! This is THE PLACE TO GO if you need your soul batteries...  more »
  • I'm glad that I visited Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge. It's literally an oasis in the Mojave Desert with natural springs and ground water reaching the surface to form clear blue water pools in an otherwise dry area.  I found this area to be drivable in a regular sedan. Like other reviewer's, I found this area to be uniquely beautiful, very peaceful, and drivable in a regular sedan.
  • It was a pretty cool place. Something to do to beat the heat in Death Valley. The refuge is open sunrise to sunset daily but the visitor center is open 800-1630. Take a walk on the boardwalks and take in the view. Will definitely return in a different season.
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