Stillwater Cove Regional Park


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.

Ecosystems/Natural Features

Conifer forests, canyons, grasslands, meadows, redwoods, firs, alders, pines, ocean, tidepool, beach

Please note

Dogs are permitted on leash.

Official Website

Official Stillwater Cove Regional Park website


Directions to Stillwater Cove Regional Park (Google Maps)

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  1. […] Stillwater Cove Regional Park – an often-overlooked yet beautiful spot on the Sonoma Coast, just south of Salt Point State Park […]

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