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Pinnacles National Park is a spectacular geological wonder. It's an ancient volcanic field that was moved by plate tectonics, worn down by years of erosion. Located an hour and a half south of San Jose, the drive down during the spring is really pretty, with...More
We stayed here during spring break (3/26 - 3/30). The weather was nice and the campgrounds were in good condition.
The store is kind of strange. There are three counter stations. The person checking you into the campground is also the cashier for the store....More
Beautiful area, with mature trees throughout the campground. The restrooms were a bit of a walk from our site 91, and we were backed up to hwy 146 so there was some noise from passing cars, but it was a level stretch of road with...More
I have to say that I wasn't expecting much given the arid and dry appearance of the photos but Man-O-Man was I thrilled with this campground! We visited in January which seemed perfect for hiking weather. It warmed up comfortably during the day but dropped...More
We stayed at Pinnacles Campground right after New Year's in a pop-up tent trailer. Since we were expecting the nights (and mornings) to be chilly, we chose an RV site so we could plug in our little heater. While quite spacious, there was no privacy...More
According to the official site, the Current Fire Danger is "MODERATE. Wood and charcoal fires on grills and designated areas are permitted." This info is found at the official Nat'l Park website under Plan Your Visit... More
According to the official site, the Current Fire Danger is "MODERATE. Wood and charcoal fires on grills and designated areas are permitted." This info is found at the official Nat'l Park website under Plan Your Visit > Current Conditions > Fire Danger. It won't let me post a link but I would check the site again leading up to your trip. You can always rent a tabletop gas grill from REI if fires become an issue.