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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
This campground is clean and actually in the national park, so 5 stars for that! But, most of the spots are pretty out in the open with nothing special. We lucked out with a nice spot under some big trees and with the back to...More
Great location. East side of Pinnacles National Park. Park rangers and Royal Elk concessionaire staff share the Visitor Center /Camp Store. Both staff are very cordial and helpful. We just spent the last two weeks there in a travel trailer. The 30 amp electrical system...More
Great place to be away from it all, no internet ,no cell reception but nice clean spacious sites with water and electrical hook ups.
There is a swimming pool that makes the stay even better.
Great hikes to vistas and caves on both side of...More
We're planning to go camping here this spring. Is there still a no fire policy? Though I understand, this would be a dealbreaker.
25 February 2015|
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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... 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.