King City, CA 93930
Phone: (831) 385-6733
Fax: (831) 385-0714
Discover a unique set of rock formations called the Pinnacles, created as a result of volcanic activity, at this expansive national park. Spread over 26,606 acres (10,767 hectares), the park attracts rock climbers as well as avid nature enthusiasts courtesy its rocky landscape. Interesting places to explore at the park apart from the Pinnacles are the Balconies and Bear Gulch rock caves. The park also houses a plethora of flora and fauna including the Townsend's Big-Eared Bats and the California Condor. Camping facilities at the park are available.
Established in 1994, Limekiln State Park is an extensive park on the western coast of California, stretching across 711 acres (288 hectares). The park features beautiful redwood vegetation, typical of California as well as abandoned limestone quarries. Trails through the park offer visitors a refreshing hike as well as gives them a glimpse of the scenic Big Sur. Gentle rivulets running through the Limekiln State Park beckons to fishing enthusiasts looking to spend a quiet time. Home to more than 20 campgrounds, the Limekiln State Park is ideal for those seeking a short getaway from the bustle of daily life.