Located on Hwy 1, between Salt Point State Park to the north and Fort Ross State Historic Park to the south, this often-overlooked yet beautiful 210-acre park offers beach access at Stillwater Cove by way of a 1.6-mile loop trail along Stockhoff Creek. A short stub off this loop trail leads to the historic Fort Ross Schoolhouse. Trails wind up through fern lined canyons along creeks through picturesque redwood groves. Stillwater Cove also offers a spectacular view of the Pacific Ocean, as well as small boat launching and scuba and skin diving access. A campground with picnic, water, coin-operated shower and flush toilet facilities is available year-round.
Conifer forests, canyons, grasslands, meadows, redwoods, firs, alders, pines, ocean, tidepool, beach
Dogs are permitted on leash.