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Save 50-70% When You Make Beatty Your Home Base
Because of the lack of competition within Death Valley National Park room rates are expensive. Beatty Nevada located 7 miles from the entrance to Death Valley is your smart choice for tremendous saving while visiting Death Valley National Park. Gasoline and Diesel prices in Beatty are 25% less expensive then in Death Valley. Room rates are generally 60% less expensive and their is no additional charge for internet access in Beatty.
Internet connections in both Furnace Creeks lodging and Stovepipe Wells lodgings are more then $10.00 per day. Dining in Beatty is more varied and less expensive. The Stagecoach Hotel and Casino dining prices are generally much less expensive then the dining options available in Death Valley.
Beatty Is More Fun When The Sun Goes Down
24 hour gambling is available 365 days a year at the Stagecoach Hotel and Casino. Established in 1983 the Stagecoach Casino has grown from humble beginning to become a modern Hotel and Casino with the amenities you would expect in Nevada. Craps, 21 and poker facilities accompany all your favorite slots. Rita's Cafe is open 24 hours and of course the casino bar is also open 24 hours.
A beautiful landscaped swimming pool and spa area is available to both Stagecoach Hotel and Casino guests along with patrons staying at the Motel 6. Group meeting space and banquet facilities are both located in the Stagecoach Hotel and Casino. Both Death Valley Inn and RV Park have a wonderful landscaped swimming and spa area with barbeque facilities. The Exchange Club Motel has all Queen beds, except for the King Suite with jetted tub.
Stay In The Center Of It All!
Death Valley National Park is over 3 million acres and it really does not matter where you choose to spend the night. Beatty, Stovepipe Wells and Furnace Creek are all located within the same general distances from the main attractions of Death Valley. Furnace Creek is near Bad Water and the Harmony Borax Exhibits, Stovepipe Wells is near the Sand Dunes and Devils Playground and Beatty is near Rhyolite Ghost Town and Titus Canyon.
Beatty has the additional advantage of being located at 3300 feet and does not have the oppressive heat the Death Valleys floor has during the May thru October period. Beatty is located 20 miles from the Amargosa Sand Dunes and 3 miles from Baileys Hot Springs. Beatty has a branch of Bank of America, Medical Services and 24 hour restaurant service. The small town of Beatty offers the Death Valley visitor a convenient and affordable alternative to the expensive prices of Furnace Creek and Stovepipe Wells without the disadvantage of having to drive long distances. Scotty's Castle is the same distance from Beatty or Furnace Creek.
Staying in Beatty gives the Death Valley visitor more choices in lodging, dining and entertainment then staying in either Furnace Creek or Stovepipe wells. The new Death Valley R.V. Parklocated in Beatty has all new 50 amp drive thru spaces and its showers and restroom facilities set a new standard for Death Valley National Park RVers.
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Enjoy Free High Speed Internet, cell phone service & 24 hour gas stations!
Unlike Furnace Creek and Stovepipe Wells all the lodging facilities in Beatty give free internet access with their rooms, satellite television and free WI-Fi are available generally throughout the town of Beatty.
FREE Things To Do!!
Take a step back in time at the Beatty Museum
The Beatty Museum and Historical Society is dedicated to the preservation of the history of the Beatty, Nevada area, including the Bullfrog Mining District. The museum presents you with an opportunity to experience life in the early 1900s; learn how the early miners lived, worked and played; venture through the; "Bullfrog Gold Rush" era; and learn about the ghost towns and attractions in the area. The museum is located at 417 Main Street, Beatty, Nevada
775-553-2303 | www.beattymuseum.org
Visit the ghost city of Rhyolite
Contemplate the Goldwell Open Air Museum
Relax or walk at Bombo's Pond
Enjoy Beatty's Cottonwood Park
Witness gunplay by the Beatty Cowboys
Live Music & Entertainment
Beatty has the Stagecoach Hotel and Casino, Beatty Museum, and other attractions. Live entertainment is available on the weekends at the Stagecoach Hotel and Casino along with a children's arcade everyday of the week.
Star watching and exploring the nearby (2 miles away) ghost town of Rhyolite provide a more relaxed entertainment experience. Satellite television and free WI-Fi are available generally throughout the town. Unlike Furnace Creek and Stovepipe Wells all the lodging facilities in Beatty give free internet access with their rooms.
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