Pinnacles National Park
Pinnacles National Park, located in Hollister, CA, was transitioned from a national monument to a national park in 2013  and encompasses around 26,000 acres of land . Pinnacles National Park is also one of the main habitats and recovery areas  for the endangered California Condor and is one of the main sites being considered for the Range of the Condor National Heritage Area.
- Visitor Centers:
- Pinnacles Visitor Center: 5000 Highway 146, Paicines, CA 95043, (831) 389-4486
- West Pinnacles Visitor Contact Station: Highway 146, Soledad, CA 93960, (831) 389-4427
- Two entrance stations.
Top Equipment Assets
2 shuttle buses worth $150,000 to $200,000
Land Management Plan
Pinnacles National Monument General Management Plan and Environmental Assessment 
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