Spend a Day at Pinnacles National Park
There are many things to do in Monterey, California. Many visit the area to spend a day at the beach, or to go sightseeing. If sightseeing is something you’re interested in, the Pinnacles National Park is the perfect place to visit while in the area. This park is a gorgeous national park that expands over 27,000 acres. Shaped by volcanic activity over 23-million years ago, the landscape of the Pinnacles National Park has been transformed into an amazing geographical phenomenon, attracting over 250,000 visitors a year. This amazing park is full of captivating sights, plenty of things to do, and a rich history. A visit to this park is one that you’re sure to remember.
About Pinnacles National Park
The Pinnacles National Park is known for its strange terrain that was shaped by volcanic activity over 23-million years ago. With the help of the San Andreas Fault Line, chemical erosion, and weathering over time, the gorgeous terrain of the Pinnacles National Park was eventually formed. Many who come to this park visit specifically to witness the beauty of the mountains shaped by lava millions upon millions of years ago, making the Pinnacles National Park a breathtaking hiking experience.
Plan your visit to the Pinnacles National Park here, where more information on activities, hours and fees can be found. In addition to this, various maps, weather conditions, and permits can also be located on this website to make your visit to the Pinnacles National Park as comfortable as it can possibly be.
There are many highlights and things to do while visiting the Pinnacles National Park. Many witnesses the fantastic terrain that has been shaped by lava, in addition to this, there is a variety of wildlife that many come to see. In particular, birdwatching is a very popular activity, as the park contains an extraordinary amount of bird species. Many also like to go hiking or rock climbing or to go exploring the talus caves within the park. Camping is also a very popular activity. There are a variety of activities to partake in while visiting the Pinnacles National Park, making it the perfect place to visit while in the Monterey area.
Located off of highway CA-146, the Pinnacles National Park Visitors Center is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Weekly entrance fees are $25 per vehicle, $20 per motorcycle, and $12 per walk-in or bicycle. Annual passes are offered for $50. If you’re looking for a place to stay while visiting the park among hotels in Monterey, California the StarGazer Inn and Suites is the perfect hotel for you! This hotel offers guest amenities and friendly customer service, as well as the best rates when you book your stay online.
Stay at StarGazer Inn and Suites
Enjoy your stay at Stargazer Inn and Suites while visiting Pinnacles National Park which is conveniently located a short distance from the hotel. StarGazer Inn and Suites offers the lowest rates available when you book directly at: www.stargazerinnandsuitesmonterey.com.