Pinnacles National Park is named for the pinnacle rock formations left over from the extinct Neenach Volcano. The park itself is quite small and mostly surrounds these pinnacles, a prior home of the Ohlone tribe. Prairie falcons and California condors grace the sky and a variety of wildflowers line the dry riverbanks. Unfortunately due to COVID, all of the longer trails to the pinnacles themselves were closed. We instead enjoyed a nice meander along the riverbank.