Anarchy Canyon at Pinnacles National Park was the site for Tapey Beercone’s 10th Anniversary Celebration over Beerpope Day Weekend in 2019. The field was tucked into group campsite #130 with site #129 taking up the deep left outfield and the campsite road cutting across right field. The campsites are covered in compact decomposed granite which made for an excellent playing surface, offer both good traction to runners and little resistant to rolling beercones. These factors made Anarchy Canyon play as a very offensive friendly venue.
Anarchy Canyon gets its name from the events involved in it’s creation. During the Beerpope Weekend trip, owing to a lapse of local government, Anarchy Canyon and the surrounding Pinnacles National Park were made a sovereign protectorate under of the Buckos Nation. The region thrived under the safeguard of the Buckos, however upon leaving the region at the conclusion of the trip, an Avian Communo-Theocratic Insurgency rose up to conquer the region. For this reason, Anarchy Canyon is now considered contested territory.
|Location||Pinnacles National Park|
|Play Area Angle||75°|
|Grand Salami Zone||Metal Fire Pit|
|Grand Salamis Hit||None|
|Infield Surface||Compact Decomposed Granite|
|Outfield Surface||Compact Decomposed Granite|
|Outfield Obstacles||A campsite road with wooden ties, camping tables and bushes.|
|Beer Pope Coronations||Pope Master I - 1/19/2019|
|Total Regents to Play at the Field||7|
|Largest Crowd||Ranger "Steely" Dan Gato, and a bunch of campers and boy scouts.|