Pinnacles Campground

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Overview

Pinnacles Campground is located in the unique Pinnacles National Park, 32 miles south of Hollister, California.
The park encompasses 26,000 acres of spectacular rock formations and remnants of an extinct 23 million-year old volcano.
Hiking and rock climbing are very popular activities in Pinnacles, as is watching for the majestic California condor overhead. Pinnacles National Park is a nesting place for the endangered soaring bird, the largest in North America.

Recreation

Pinnacles National Park has more than 30 miles of trails, ranging from easy to strenuous. Many trails intersect, allowing for a short loop or a longer all-day hike. Popular destinations include Bear Gulch Reservoir, High Peaks and the Balconies area. The Bench Trail provides direct access to the park from the campground.
Visitors enjoy exploring Balconies Cave and Bear Gulch Cave, which houses a large colony of Townsend's big-eared bats. Bring a flashlight!
Rock climbers flock to Pinnacles for the variety of climbing routes that range from easy top-ropes to the multi-pitch climbs along Machete Ridge.

Facilities

Pinnacles Campground is located on the eastern side of the park and is open year-round. It offers family and group tent sites, as well as RV sites with electric hookups. Roads and parking spurs are gravel. Flush toilets and drinking water are provided. Showers are available for a fee. A general store with basic foods and camping supplies is located on-site. A swimming pool is located within the campground and is open from April through September.

Natural Features

The campground is situated in a rolling landscape dotted with shady Valley Oak, Blue Oak and Coast Live Oak trees. A gentle, seasonal creek runs through the grounds.
Springtime finds Pinnacles bursting with a wide variety of vivid wildflowers that line every trail and fill entire meadows with color.
Deer and wild turkeys roam the area, and condors can be viewed from within the campground. The park ranges in elevation from 824 feet along South Chalone Creek to 3,304 feet atop North Chalone Peak.

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Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Moses Spring Trail to Bear Gulch Reservoir, CAPinnacles National Park, CA
  • Bear Gulch Caves and Reservoir Loop Trail, CAPinnacles National Park, CA
  • Chalone Peak Trail, CAPinnacles National Park, CA
  • Bear Gulch Day Use Area to Reservoir via Rim Trail, CAPinnacles National Park, CA
  • High Peaks and Bear Gulch Loop Trail, CAPinnacles National Park, CA
  • Condor Gulch Trail To Overlook, CAPinnacles National Park, CA
  • High Peaks Condor Gulch Trail, CAPinnacles National Park, CA
  • High Peaks Trail, CAPinnacles National Park, CA
  • Bear Gulch Trail, CAPinnacles National Park, CA
  • Peaks View Day Use Area to Bear Gulch Day Use Area Trail, CAPinnacles National Park, CA

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