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Very large campground with a good mix of people; lots of hikers and families. Tons of birds; wild turkeys, quails, blue jays, woodpeckers all around the campground – so cute! Most of the campsites are right on the one-lane road and right next to each...More
I'll preface this by saying that my family camps in National Parks a lot and we know what to expect. We like roughing it and don't need to be pampered. Here's what I found odd or disliked about the campground and some things I liked....More
The positives: The park itself is nice looking. It is great that sites with electricity are available. There is a pool. There is a store at the ranger's station.
The negatives: These are likely more important to those who are on extended vacations than those...More
Spent one night after hiking in Pinnacles. The campground is big and walking distance from Visitor Center. Walking distance to showers and pool. Sites are big enough but very close to each other, hence no privacy. Bathrooms are clean and basic. Each site has fire...More
The Pinnacles Campground is nothing fancy but who needs fancy when you're camping. My husband and I tent camped at the end of April- which was the perfect month to visit the Pinnacles. There's very little shade at the campground (although we managed to get...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.