Travel Magazine

The Oasis at Death Valley Celebrates Stars Wars This May

By Melody Schubert @USATM
The Oasis at Death Valley Celebrates Stars Wars This May
Back in 1977 when the movie, Star Wars, was filmed at The Oasis at Death Valley, it started inevitable tales of when the movie’s director came to this true American oasis. The Star Wars films have taken us on a journey beyond our imaginations since the beginning. And, past generations of employees have shared stories about the various movie locations. These include the breathtakingly and picturesque locations throughout Death Valley National Park, including, Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes, Artisan Pallet and Twenty Mule Team Canyon – all just a quick 20- to 40-minute drive from The Oasis at Death Valley resort.
While Death Valley its self does seem like another universe to vacationers, those in the know have also found an “oasis-like planet” that is the luxurious, AAA Four-Diamond Inn at Death Valley and the family-friendly Ranch at Death Valley. And, for Star Wars fans, the 4th of May is just around the corner, with means - a time of celebration, and for the entire month of May, those that want to pay homage to the real movie locations and sets can do just that at the historic Ranch at Death Valley with the exclusive May The 4th Be With You Package which includes:
• Two nights accommodations for two in any room at the Ranch
• A $50 food credit to be utilized at any of the restaurants at either The Ranch or The Inn (alcoholic purchases excepted)
• A three-hour Death Valley Star Wars sites tour provided by Farabee’s Jeeps*
This offer is available exclusively when booking with The Oasis at Death Valley directly. For reservations, please visit and use promotional code STARS or dial 800-236-7916.
(**Valid May 1-31, 2018, for up to 2 people only. A 2-night stay is required and early check-outs are not permitted. Additional guests are permitted in room (based upon room limits, additional adult fees apply); additional guests must purchase tour at The Ranch’s front desk (no food credit). Blackout dates may apply. Food credit must be used at one meal, not valid for alcohol and no refunds of unused credit.)

Back to Featured Articles on Logo Paperblog