Largest Flood Event Ever Recorded in Scotty's Castle Area

 

October 2015 brought a series of unusual storms through Death Valley National Park. Flash floods have destroyed significant portions of multiple roads and heavily damaged several historic structures at Scotty's Castle. On Sunday, October 18, a storm caused extensive flash flooding in the Scotty’s Castle area in northern Death Valley National Park.

If you'd like to help with the restoration efforsts you can contribute directly to the Scotty's Castle Preservation Fund or Adopt-a-Room. DVNHA will be working very closely with Death Valley National Park to help keep this amazing national treasure alive into the future. Find out more about our Scotty's Castle Adopt-a-Room Program.

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Death Valley National Park has issued several official press releases regarding this rain event. See:

https://www.nps.gov/deva/learn/news/newsreleasearchive.htm

Scottys Castle Road at Castle Property OutskirtsOther View of Scottys Castle Swimming Pool Full of Mud and Water SC CLOSED2SC DAMAGE

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