Stillwater Cove Regional Park
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Located between Fort Ross and Salt Point, this 210-acre park features a picturesque cove on the ocean, a year-round campground, a creek, and trails through an impressive canyon of coast redwood, Douglas firs, and riparian plants along the rocky coastline.
Stillwater Cove is a popular park for campers and divers, yet it’s a lesser-visited spot for Highway 1 tourists. That means you may have the beautiful Canyon Trail to yourself.
Stillwater’s forest is home to the one-room Fort Ross schoolhouse built in 1885. The schoolhouse, now unused, was moved to the park in the 1970s.
Accessible family camping areas.
The park opens at sunrise and closes at sunset.
$7 per vehicle for day use. $1 per person (vehicles with 10 or more people)
Permitted on leash no longer than 6' in length. License required.