Death Valley National Park is often characterized by its most well-known attribute: extreme heat. The actual name Death Valley came from some early pioneers who got lost in the region during 1849.
While the story claims that only one of these pioneers died, they all assumed it would become their grave. Upon rescue, one of the surviving members is said to have looked back and said, “Goodbye, Death Valley.” And so, the legend began.
Even though its reputation may precede it, Death Valley has some great views, trails, and activities for seeking adventure. The most popular attraction is the Badwater Road drive. This is an approximate 1.5-hour round-trip that has many different terrains and sights along the way.
In addition, there are incredible wildflowers, fantastic sunrises and sunsets, and many trails to explore. But keep in mind, the heat isn’t all fable. Death Valley can reach dangerous temperatures, so be prepared with water and sources of shade.
Who Provides Broadband Wi-Fi at Death Valley?
While there is plenty to see and do, it’s nice to have the option to stay connected while visiting Death Valley. It’s also essential, as you can stay connected with your group and the outside world and hopefully avoid getting lost like the early pioneers.
Death Valley National Park is equipped with broadband internet to keep everyone connected and up-to-date. AccessParks is proud to provide broadband internet to Death Valley and five other national parks throughout the country.
Anyone who has traveled and tried to stay connected knows how unreliable Wi-Fi coverage can be in many outdoor settings. It’s even worse at peak times when the most visitors are present, and the most people are trying to log on.
The broadband 5G internet that is installed at Death Valley takes away any concern of poor coverage. The AccessParks solution provides guaranteed speeds of at least 25 Mbps per user device. The uptime is also 99.9% reliable, meaning visitors can expect full connectivity no matter when they visit Death Valley and any national parks, RV parks, and campgrounds where AccessParks is installed.
AccessParks has fiber-capable speeds without the high prices and difficult install of hard-fiber cable. This is possible through the use of fiber points-of-presence worldwide. While the guaranteed speed per device is listed at 25 Mbps at a minimum, the typical speed per property ranges from 1,000 to 10,000 Mbps, and any size property can be installed in 6-8 weeks.
Death Valley National Park is just one example of how AccessParks is able to provide broadband at any type of facility, large and small. In addition to national parks, personal RV parks, and campgrounds, AccessParks also provides service to 120 military bases in the United States.
Stats on AccessParks Broadband Capability
1,000 to 10,000 Mbps Internet Capacity Delivered to Every Park
25 Mbps Speed Per User Device Guaranteed
60 Days to Install at Any Location in the World
45 Fiber Locations in the Database
1,000+ Outdoor Venues Installed
6 National Parks