Visitors and campers can picnic and watch birds among the pine and oak woodlands or walk along four miles of moderate trails. Drinking water is available at the park. Twenty-five primitive, oak-shaded campsites with views of Monterey Bay have tables, fire rings and pit toilets. Wood and charcoal fires are be banned during fire season. There are two campgrounds (Valley View and Oak Point) and one group site (Doe Flats) that holds 50 campers. To make individual or group camping reservations, call (800) 444-7275 or visit www.reservecalifornia.com.