Yep, and easily accessable with your rent a car, or street vehicle.
The BLM that is, Bureau of Land Management set up a very nice, self guided walking trail.
The mines are located at the extreem South end of the Dumont Dunes.
A graded, hard pack road leads up to the parking area about a mile of 127, the foot path leads you about a mile past many mineshafts.
Signs tell the tale of in the 1860's a party crossing to Calif stopped overnite to camp and discovered the Gold vein.
Almost at Sea Level, ya won't get winded climbing the path to see the historic site.
Entrance rd is just off Hwy 127, exactly 30 miles north from the Mad Greek restaurant in Baker, approx 1 mile north from the Salt Creek visitor turn off. Southernmost tip of Death Valley.
Just at dusk, the skys fill with scores bats exiting the shafts, both horz and vert shafts so beware.
Flying Hamsters really,, they won't harm you.
The trail up to the goldmines. Center left is the remains of the house of the operators of the mine lived. The trail is marked and BLM signs point to, and explain the history of the area.
Most the early operators (family) were killed by The Shoshone indians in the area.
We often camp nearby in the sand dunes, and ride ATVs to the mines.