Follow along as we explore Death Valley National Park with Peri and Kai, all while living out of our RV!

We show you all the shenanigans we get up to both at the campground and on the trails at Death Valley National Park, and in general as we See The Southwest.

And while we didn’t need to use our tried and true backpacking packing list, we still had a ton of fun!

Lots To Do In Death Valley National Park

From Golden Canyon to Funeral Canyon to Artist’s Pallet and Badwater Basin Salt Flats, we definitely explored the southern part of the national park.

A bit farther north, we checked out the Mesquite Sand Dunes as well as an exciting drive through Titus Canyon, and even had a nice lunch in nearby Beatty, NV.

You even get to see Julia struggle up a sand dune, which you might find quite comical.

Don’t Bite Off More Than You Can Chew

If you’re planning on coming here on your own, we suggest you pick either the northern or southern part of the park to focus on.

Since it’s about 150 miles end to end, trying to experience both ends in one trip might prove a bit challenging. But if you have a lot of time, you’d likely be fine.

Also, keep in mind, if you do decide to camp in the park, you’ll need all your basic supplies with you. The nearest towns are about 40 miles away, and they do not have comprehensive grocery stores, etc.

Last but not least, we suggest you visit here in the winter months, as in the summery many campsites in Death Valley National Park close, and of course, it’ll be scorching hot.

Leave us a comment below if you have any questions or if you want to just say “hi!”

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Much love, The Shyskis


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