Pinnacles National Park Campground
Pinnacles National Park Campground is only accessible from the eastern entrance to the park off Highway 25. The western entrance does not connect to the campground or the main features of the park, except by trail. Visitors to the Pinnacles enjoy exploring the tallus caves, hiking, watching rock climbers, and scanning the sky for a rare California Condor.
Pinnacles National Park Campground is situated in a rolling landscape dotted with shady Valley Oak, Blue Oak and Coast Live Oak trees. A gentle, seasonal creek runs through the grounds. The campground has 120 family campsites. Of those, 82 are standard campsites for RVs, trailers, and tents. Another 37 have electric hook-ups for RVs or trailers. One site is for tents only. Some sites are in an open meadow area while others are tucked under trees near the creek. There are also 14 Group Campsites.
Pinnacles National Park Group Campsites
Pinnacles National Park has 14 group campsites. Each of the sites can accommodate up to 20 people and 5 vehicles. All the campsites are tents-only, with no RVs permitted. The campsites have picnic tables, fire rings, and food lockers. Reservations at group sites can be made up to a year in advance.
Fees: $37 for groups less than 10, $120 for groups 10 to 20
Reservations: Pinnacles National Park Group Campsite Reservations