Pinnacles Fast Facts
How big is Pinnacles National Park?
Pinnacles covers a total area of 26,606 acres or 42 square miles.
How many people visit Pinnacles National Park?
348,857 people visited Pinnacles in 2021. A table showing all years can be found at Pinnacles Visitation Stats.
When was Pinnacles National Park created?
Pinnacles was made a national park on January 10, 2013.
What are the highest and lowest elevations in Pinnacles National Park?
Pinnacles’ lowest point is 824 feet. The highest point in Pinnacles is 3,304 feet at North Chalone Peak.
What time zone is Pinnacles National Park located in?
Pinnacles is in the Pacific Time Zone.
How much does it cost to enter Pinnacles National Park?
$30 per private vehicle per week.
Five Random Facts About Pinnacles
Pinnacles has an often spectacular wildflower season, running from March through October. This can be a very busy time in the park.
Where is Pinnacles National Park?
Pinnacles National Park is located in a remote area of central California. The town of Soledad is adjacent to the west side of the park. Further directions and maps can be found at Getting to Pinnacles.