Park is open but visitors are reminded to show caution due to recent rain and avoid Balconies Cave area.
8 former and current supervisors share their response to Sam Farr's comments regarding Measure Q
Administrators of the continuation high school say their graduates are ready ‘to do great things’ after a year of challenges.
Three other earthquakes recorded near Pinnacles this week.
Shuttle will take visitors from the campground overflow parking lot to the Bear Gulch Day Use Area.
Readings and writing will focus on how gender and race shape our relationship to the outdoors and the importance of place in our lives.
Fee revenues at Pinnacles National Park fund a wide variety of projects that improve park facilities and visitor services including visitor safety.
Over 65% of the national park is federal wilderness.
Robert Walton shares highlights from 42 years in the park.
Pinnacles National Park is seeking local youth interns of ages 18 - 35 for a paid position on weekends/holidays this Spring!
The annual measures are put in place to protect nesting raptors. Restrictions for climbing in Pinnacles National Park begin Jan. 16.
This is the twentieth in a series of articles in which local adventurer Jim Ostdick will introduce readers to the many walking opportunities throughout San Benito County.
The entrance fee days are in the month of January, April, September, and November.
The changes will start Jan. 1.
Interns for “Visitor Experience Specialist” positions need to apply by Aug. 7