(Do you know how much kids eat and what it costs to feed them on vacation?)Did we also mention there is almost no rain and no bugs?
And that parts of ‘Star Wars’ were filmed there?America’s new winter hot spot is the Oasis at Death Valley in California,
and it’s perfect for families and has just underwent a $100 million renaissance
DEATH VALLEY, Calif. – March 11, 2019 – Spring break. Escape time. But is there anything new, fun and different that the kids and parents will both enjoy? Add to the checklist warm, abundant sunshine; a pristine, warm, spring-fed, massive swimming pool; the world’s lowest golf course; tennis; horseback riding; amazing walking trails; no bugs; billions of stars; and where Hollywood even filmed segments of Star Wars (bring your costumes for the 2019 Christmas card); and, last but not least, where kids through the age of 18 eat free in April.Do you know how much kids can eat and what it costs to feed them on vacation? (Yea, you do.)
Welcome to the Oasis at Death Valley in California’s Death Valley National Park, a true American oasis where ancient waters bubble up by the hundreds of thousands of gallons from the ancient seabed below, specifically at the Ranch at Death Valley. We’re talking water for the pool, gardens, golf courses, date palm groves (trees) and more. It’s an oasis in the desert. And it’s easy to get to from Las Vegas or Southern California (which means accessible and affordable). And it even has a true western saloon that will make you think you just walked on to the set of Bonanza.
Just check this out and check it against your spring break checklist:
- Kids stay and eat free in April* (offer is valid April 1-30, 2019 only; there is ample but limited availability, so best to book fast)
- Average high temperature in April is 90 degrees.
- The water is always 85 degrees in the massive pool.
- It almost never rains. OK, April averages 0.12 inches of rain, but that’s like hitting your car’s window washer once.
- There are no bugs.
- There is no humidity (it’s a dry heat; added bonus: no bad hair days).
- The legendary property just received a $100 million renaissance.
- It has restaurants, a general store, saloon, family-style accommodations, and lots of room to run around and play – or just relax and do nothing.
- It’s in the middle of Death Valley National Park, full of attractions to deliver a memorable visit for all ages.
There is no doubt that just as the Native Americans, the ‘49ers of the California Gold Rush, the legendary Borax 20 Mule Teams, and Hollywood all discovered the true American oasis in Death Valley, so will the 21st century vacationer looking for something truly authentic and experiential.
For information, details and reservations, access www.oasisatdeathvalley.com or dial 800-236-7916.