Badwater Basin is an endorheic basin in Death Valley National Park, Death Valley, Inyo County, California, noted as the lowest point in North America, with an ...
Vast salt flats at the lowest elevation in North America. Did You Know? Site Map
The low, salty pool at Badwater, just beside the main park road 18 miles south of Furnace Creek, is probably the best known and most visited place in Death Valley.
Badwater Basin is a pool of salt water at the lowest point in Death Valley, 282 feet below sea level. Walk it in this photographic virtual tour.
The salt flats in Badwater Basin cover nearly 200 square miles, among the largest protected salt flats in the world. Salt flats are too harsh for most ...
17 reviews of Badwater Basin "My second time visiting Badwater a must see in Death Valley. It is 282 feet below sea level, it is the lowest point in North America.
Badwater may refer to: Badwater Basin, Death Valley, California; the lowest elevation point in North America. Badwater, California, an unincorporated community ...
Badwater Basin is a must-stop on any first trip to Death Valley National Park. The elevation here is -282 feet, making this the lowest locale in North America.
No trip to Death Valley would be complete without a stop to the lowest point in North America. Badwater Basin is that point and it is located right in the heart of ...
Badwater Basin is a basin in Death Valley National Park, Death Valley, California. The water which goes into it does not flow into any ocean. Badwater Basin is the ...