Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge

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  • Ticket Price: Free
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Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, Amargosa Valley offers a great diversity of various things to do in Amargosa Valley all within close proximity from the various travel terminals. In case you are travelling by car, there are parking spots available for you. Also, if you want to travel using public transport, railway stations and bus stations will help you commute. One can explore significant culture, art and history throughout the museums, galleries and archives.

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  • Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge Price: Free
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  • 95% of people who visit Amargosa Valley include Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge in their plan

  • 81.08% of people start their Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge visit around 09 AM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge

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  • Absolutely magical. While it may be a short 1.5 hour drive outside Vegas it is a beautiful place to visit. Their visitor center is nice and they show you a short film about the area which are dotted with natural springs and streams accessible by nicely maintained boardwalks. Dogs are welcome on leash. You can see the rarest fish in the world the pupfish. Also take the dusty drive to the Devils Hole you will not be disappointed.

  • A surprising little treasure for a nice little day trip get away from Vegas! The visitors center is informative and interactive. The people at the centre were friendly and helpful. We enjoyed a lovely walk around the boardwalk behind the centre and saw a few jackrabbits, birds and fish. Wish I knew I could swim in one of the reservoirs, I would have brought suitable attire! And to top it off, there was no charge.

  • The springs and reservoirs are crystal clear and blue, such a surprising find in the middle of the desert. Would recommend going in the spring or fall when it's not scorching hot and more wildlife are out. There is very little shade on the trails.

  • A very interesting oasis in the middle of the Amargosa Desert. You would not believe the water out here in the midst of such a stark, barren landscape. Roads in and out are good, well-graded gravel; no paved roads but that is what you should expect going to someplace like this. Though not as well known as some other places like Death Valley, it is well worth the time and effort to visit.

  • This place is really cool. They built wooden boardwalks to preserve the area. There are several pools with crystal clear water and the visitors center is new. I liked it so much that I bought a shirt.

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