Pinnacles National ParkCalifornia 

A mountainous area once home to multiple erupting volcanoes.

Named for an extinct volcano that has moved from the San Andreas Vault, the park has an interesting geological history, frequent seismic activity and diverse wildlife call it home. The park was designated a national monument in 1908 by President Theodore Roosevelt. President Obama signed the legislation designating it a national park in early 2013, the ninth in the state of California.

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