The 25-Foot High Wildrose Charcoal Kilns Abandoned In The Southern California Desert Are A Unique Relic From The 1800s

Everyone expects a visit to Death Valley National Park to be an adventure, but did you know you could take a tour of an authentic charcoal kiln that’s been around for over 100+ years when you head to this national park in Southern California? Loaded with history, this day trip to one of SoCal’s remote treasures is well worth the drive.

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What a unique place to discover in Southern California. Have you ever seen the Wildrose Charcoal Kilns in person? If you’re fascinated by SoCal’s history and want to explore more historic destinations, you may want to keep reading about this 200-foot tower in Southern California that dates back to the early 1900s. This place is fascinating!

Address: Death Valley, CA 92328, USA