Due to staffing issues created by the COVID-19 related shutdowns, the Restaurant has had limited hours. We are pleased to announce that starting on Thursday February 3, 2022 our restaurant will be open as follows;
- Monday through Thursday 11 AM to 8:30 PM.
- Friday, Saturday and Sunday 7 AM to 9 PM.
We hope to expand these hours to include breakfast daily as soon as staffing levels and demand allow. Until then, breakfast burritos are available at the Gas Station Gift Shop daily.
Panamint Springs is accepting reservations for all accommodation types.
- RV Full Site (Electrical power & septic drains) $60/night
- RV Dry Site (no electrical power/no septic drains) $30/night
- Tent Cabins: Small - $55/night; Large - $75/night
- Camping sites $15/night
Thank you for your patience with us as we build back our staff and our business. We aim to restore our service offerings to pre-Covid levels as soon as possible.
Panamint Springs Resort is a small, rustic, western-style, resort located in beautiful Panamint Valley in Death Valley National Park that provides lodging, camping and RV services, a restaurant and bar, and a gas station with a well stocked general store. Marvelous views of distant sand dunes and the soaring 11,000 foot high Panamint Mountains complete the setting for leisure dining and relaxation. The resort is located 10 miles inside the western edge of Death Valley National Park on California Scenic Highway 190.
We are a small privately owned and operated motel, campground, restaurant and gas station inside Death Valley National Park. Panamint Springs Resort sits on Hwy 190 about 32 miles west of Stovepipe Wells in the Panamint Valley. We are the choice for Death Valley National Park visitors looking to avoid the hustle and bustle of the other in park motels. Our restaurant serves excellent burgers, salads and other delicacies from the fryer. We also serve a variety of cold refreshing beers in bottles or on draft.
“The life of the desert lives only by virtue of adapting itself to the conditions of the desert. Nature does not bend the elements to favor the plants and animals; she makes the plants and animals do the bending.”
John C. Van Dyke