Pinnacles National Park is situated two hours south of San Jose in the state of California. The park is a popular destination for nature lovers. There are numerous outdoor activities for people to partake in, The park also presents itself as an ideal outdoor classroom for subjects such as biology, geology and botany.
Pinnacles National Park preserves the remains of a long extinct volcano. The park is home to a variety of diverse flora and fauna. There are 149 bird species, 69 butterfly species and 400 bee species dwelling in the park. 14 out of the state’s bat species also inhabit the park.
Pinnacles National Park is divided into two sides, east and west. The east and west entrances of the park are not connected by a through road. To get from one side to the other, you must go through King City on Highway 101.
The top 5 best rated things to do in Pinnacles National Park are:
1. Rock Climbing
2. Ranger Programs
3. Visit the Caves
4. Bird Watching
5. Hiking Trails