CAUTION: Trail Work and Horses Present on Juniper Canyon and Tunnel Trails
Do not run or make loud noises near working horses. Only approach horses if directed to do so by trail work staff. If Horses are Approaching, find a safe place to step uphill and off the trail. Do not approach horses from behind (April 21 - 25)
Proposed Fee Increase for Transportation Services
Contact: Karen Beppler-Dorn, (831) 389-4486, ext 233
Contact: Denise Louie, (831) 389-4486, ext 222
Interested parties are encourages to make comments electronically via the National Park Service's Planning, Environment and Public Comment (PEPC) website at http://parkplanning.nps.gov/pinn. Click on Proposed Fee Increase for Transportation Services.
To submit written comments by letter, you may send them by U.S. Postal Service or other mail delivery service, or hand-deliver your comments to Superintendent, Pinnacles National Park, Attn Proposed Fee Increase for Transportation Services, 5000 Hwy 146, Paicines, CA 95043. Comments submitted by e-mail and anonymous comments will not be accepted.
NOTE: Comments will not be accepted by FAX, e-mail or in any manner other than the methods previously specified. Bulk comments in any format (hard copy) or electronic) submitted on behalf of others will not be accepted. Before including a personal address, phone number, e-mail address, or other personal identifying information in written comments, anyone providing written comments should be aware their entire comment - including their personal identifying information - may be made publicly available at any time. Anyone wishing to comment may ask the National Park Service in their comment to withhold their personal identifying information from public view, however, the National Park Service cannot guarantee it will be able to do so.
Comment by PEPC: http://parkplanning.nps.gov, click on Proposed Fee Increase for Transportation Services
Comment by US Mail:
Did You Know?
Dogs are not permitted on park trails. This allows for more frequent wildlife sightings, and ensures that other visitors will not be annoyed or frightened by dogs. Dogs are permitted on most US Forest Service trails.