Each campsite comes with a:
Pinnacles Campground is the only place to camp within the park, but it has everything. Nestled among oak trees on the eastern side of the park, this comfy campground has tent, RV, group campsites and tent cabins available. There are restrooms, drinking water, hot showers (for a fee), a general store (for ice and firewood), and a swimming pool (open from April to September) on site. You can reserve a spot up to six months ahead so be sure to swoop one while they're still available!
Check-in: After 1 PM · Check-out: 11 AM
Quiet hours: 10 PM to 6 AM
Nightly Fee: $49
Pinnacles National Park has been a national monument since 1908, but President Obama re-designated it as a national park in 2013.
Bear Gulch and Balconies Caves are home to colonies of big-eared bats, and open to the public for certain parts of the year. Check the schedule.
PNP was home to several Native American groups: Chalon and Mutsun, which were part of the Ohlone people.
California red-legged frogs are an endangered species in PNP. You might be able to spot them when you hike to Bear Gulch Reservoir.