In 2018, we found a small prospector’s camp out in the wilderness of the Death Valley region. I named it because three cabin tent pads are scattered around the site.
Interestingly, there isn’t a mine nearby; instead, a few prospects are spread out in the hills. The area was last active in the early 1900s.
It’s quite unusual to find artifacts still lying around a miner’s camp as if the men just left and will return in a few days. Please leave everything where you find it for the next adventurer to discover. It is illegal to remove anything from a National Park.
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