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Pinnacles National Park Campground

Gabilan + Southern Diablo Mountains, California

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  • Road through the Pinnacles National Park Campground.- Pinnacles National Park Campground
  • Scenic surroundings at the Pinnacles National Park Campground.- Pinnacles National Park Campground
  • Picnic tables and seasonal fire pits.- Pinnacles National Park Campground
  • A beautiful drive through Pinnacles National Park Campground.- Pinnacles National Park Campground
  • The day use picnic area and the ranger station that is also a general store.- Pinnacles National Park Campground
  • RV camping at Pinnacles National Park Campground.- Pinnacles National Park Campground
  • Everything you need for a great camping adventure.- Pinnacles National Park Campground
  • Electric hookups at Pinnacles National Park Campground.- Pinnacles National Park Campground
  • Group camping at Pinnacles National Park Campground.- Pinnacles National Park Campground
  • Group camping at Pinnacles National Park Campground.- Pinnacles National Park Campground
  • Beautiful California landscapes at Pinnacles National Park Campground.- Pinnacles National Park Campground
  • Restrooms at Pinnacles National Park Campground.- Pinnacles National Park Campground
  • Seasonal fire pits at Pinnacles National Park Campground.- Pinnacles National Park Campground
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Pros: 
Spacious campsites with all the amenities. Level ground.
Cons: 
None.
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Region:
Gabilan + Southern Diablo Mountains, CA
Managed by: 
Royal Elk Park Management, INC
Pets allowed: 
Yes
Parking Pass: 
National Park Pass
Preferable Season(s):
Winter, Spring, Fall
Reservations possible: 
Yes
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Campground Description

Campground Description

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Whether you visit Pinnacles to conquer the high peaks or just to enjoy the local flora and fauna, this national park has an excellent campground to use as your base for operations. Located near the park's east entrance, camping here provides quick access to hiking trails, a general store and ranger station, and a swimming pool. Tent, RV, and group sites are spacious, clean and level. Most campsites have a decent amount of shade thanks to large oak trees and other foliage. A picnic table and fire pit comes standard with each site. RV campers can enjoy 120-volt hookups with 30-amp service, and there is a dump station on site. Potable water, flush toilets, and showers are sporadically distributed around the campground. 

Like most National Parks, leashed dogs are allowed in the campgrounds but not on any of the hiking trails. Use of the campfire pits is seasonal, so it's a good idea to check before you go. 

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