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Pinnacles National Park Travel Guide

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There are no restaurants in the park, so it’s a good idea to pack a cooler before you arrive, especially if you plan on staying for more than a day. If you’re coming from the north, you’ll find supermarkets and grocery stores in nearby Hollister; at the southern end, King City is the best option. Soledad, the gateway to the park’s west entrance, also has a supermarket. In a pinch, there’s

a small camp store adjacent to the east entrance visitor center that carries mostly canned goods and snacks, as well as bags of ice. Be warned that there’s no food or drink available at the west entrance, and because you can’t drive through to the other entrance, you'll need to come prepared.

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