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Ashford Mill Ruins is located in Death Valley National Park. Arrange your visit to Ashford Mill Ruins and discover more family-friendly attractions in Death Valley National Park using our Death Valley National Park trip planner.

Ashford Mill Ruins & Death Valley's Southern End ...

A remnant of Death Valley's gold mining days still stands at the southern end of the park. If you make it all the way down here, you can check out the ruins of the old Ashford Mill — part of an operation that produced gold on-and-off for several decades, but was never very successful. Ashford Mill Ruins are located south of Badwater, along Badwater Road.

Ashford Mill Ruins Historical Marker

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Ashford Mine and Mill in Death Valley – Legends of America

The ruins of Ashford Mill stand on the floor of Death Valley. Structures here consist of the crumbling walls of a concrete office building, and the ruins of the mill itself. Not much is left of the mill, with the exception of the large concrete foundations and a very limited amount of debris.

Hiking Around Las Vegas, Death Valley, Ashford Mill Site

Ashford Mill Ruins is a small historic site at the south end of Death Valley that served as a mill to process gold ore from the Ashford Mine. The mine operated, on and off, from about 1907 to 1941, and the mill was built in 1914. The ore quality was low and the transportation cost were high, so the mine never made much money.

Ashford Mill | Death Valley | Hikespeak.com

May 24, 2010· Ashford Mill Ruins. To get to Ashford Mill: The ruins are located just off Badwater Road 25 miles north of the southern park entrance and 27 miles south of Badwater Basin. From Furnace Creek, drive 44.5 miles south on Badwater Road and turn west at the sign into the parking area for Ashford Mill.

Visit Ashford Mill Ruins (Death Valley National Park ...

Makes it really a great pit stop and attraction as you drive down Badwater Road from north to south. We were there when the flowers were in bloom, so it was a great place to explore history and observe nature. Good effort to preserve a lot of the borax mining, extraction, and shipping operations of ...

Category:Ruins in the United States - Wikipedia

This category is for buildings that have decayed past the point of repair. For buildings in the United States that are unoccupied and unmaintained see: Category:Unused buildings in the United States by state.For buildings that no longer exist, see Category:Former buildings and structures in the United States.

Ashford Mill - BackRoadsWest

Ruins of a loading bin just north of the mill. Looking northwest from the Ashford Mill parking lot towards Ashford and Scotty's Canyons. Running through a field of flowers is a little 's dream! This picture was taken in 2005 along S.R. 178 looking west towards Ashford Mill.

Ashford Mill | Outdoor Project

A 45-mile drive south along the scenic Badwater Basin from Furnace Creek leads to the Ashford Mill Ruins. Established in 1914, this site was initially built by the Ashford brothers to process the gold that came out of the Treasure Mine just 5 miles away in the Amargosa Mountains.

Death Valley National Park - Ashford Mill Ruins

Apr 22, 2015· To access the ruins of Ashford Mill, drive 43.6 miles south on Badwater Road from its intersection with California 190 in Furnace Creek. Turn west onto a signed gravel road and drive ¼ mile to the end. The ruins of a 1914 gold processing mill are visible from the parking area or …