Pinnacles National Monument California

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Pinnacles National Forest was a United States National Forest in California. It was established as the Pinnacles Forest Reserve under the authority of the U.S.

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Jul 15, 2023
We stayed in site number 95 for two nights, June 18 and 19. This site has a long dirt/gravel driveway and has electric hook up. It doesn't have any shade until about 4-5 pm, so it gets pretty hot. Th… Full review by oregontraveler18
Feb 3, 2023
If you are cold tolerant or have an amazing sleeping bag, then winter is the time to come here. We saw hardly any tent campers during our midweek stay, but the toilets and showers were open. We opt… Full review by ualagirl
Jan 2, 2023
We love the Pinnacles. We love the campground. We did have a problem but it was not the campgrounds fault. the people in the site we were checking in for were still there 4 hours after they should… Full review by Lompocian

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Date founded:July 18, 1906

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Questions & answers

Q:
We're planning to go camping here this spring. Is there still a no fire policy? Though I understand, this would be a dealbreaker.
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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 …
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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.
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Frequently asked questions

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How should I prepare for a trip to Pinnacles?
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First, know the road through the park, Highway 146, does not connect the east and west sides of Pinnacles. The East side of the park is located...
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