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Fort Ross State Historic Park

Fort Ross State Historic Park brings attention to the varied stories that have occurred here through the centuries, including the long formation of the coastal natural history, the centuries past and present of resident Kashia Pomo people, the Russian colonization periods (1812-1842), the Ranch era (1842-1972), and the over one hundred year era of this area as a protected resource as a State Historic Park.  The park's Visitor Center is an excellent place to start a tour of Fort Ross to become acquainted with the rich natural and cultural history of the area.

Fort Ross was a thriving Russian-American Company settlement from 1812 to 1841. This commercial company chartered by Russia's tsarist government controlled all Russian exploration, trade and settlement in the North Pacific, and established permanent settlements in Alaska and California. Fort Ross was the southernmost settlement in the Russian colonization of the North American continent, and was established as an agricultural base to supply Alaska. It was the site of California's first windmills and shipbuilding, and Russian scientists were among the first to record California’s cultural and natural history. Fort Ross was a successfully functioning multi-cultural settlement for some thirty years. Settlers included Russians, Native Alaskans and Californians, and Creoles (individuals of mixed Russian and native ancestry.)

Today, the Fort itself consists of several buildings surrounded by stockade walls.  The structure of most historical interest is the Rotchev house, an existing building renovated about 1836 for Alexander Rotchev, the last manager of Ross.  This is thought to be one of the only remaining original buildings from the Russian period.  Several other Russian-era buildings have been reconstructed: the first Russian Orthodox chapel south of Alaska, the stockade, the Kuskov House, the Officials Barracks,  the Magazin (Fur Warehouse), and two corner blockhouses.  A replica of one of the Russian windmills was also added to the park grounds in 2012. 

Following the Russian period, the area was a working ranch with diverse interests in agriculture, livestock, and shipping.  Butter and apples were primary exports during the ranch era, and there are tangible relics of this period to be seen at the park today such as the Call House, built in 1878.

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Fort Ross Camping

Salt Point State Park Campgrounds

Location

Highway 1, about 8 miles north of Fort Ross
(707) 847-3221
Open sunrise to sunset
$8 for day use

Park Attractions and Facilities

  • Rocky promontories
  • 6,000 acres include grassland and forest
  • Kruse Rhododendron State Preserve
  • Underwater park
  • Stump Beach, Gerstle Cove, Fisk Mill
  • Campgrounds
  • Visitor Center

Campground and Campsite Facilities

  • Campsites have fire ring, picnic table and food locker.
  • Restrooms, but no showers
  • Trailers up to 31 feet, RVs up to 27 feet
  • Dump station nearby

Gerstle Cove Campground

  • Situated atop the coastal bluffs on the ocean side of Highway 1
  • 30 campsites
  • 0.3 miles from Gerstle Cove

Woodside Campground

  • Located on the east side of Highway 1
  • 79 campsites in two loops
  • Lower loop is 0.8 miles from Gerstle Cove
  • Upper loop is 1 mile from Gerstle Cove

Group Campsites and Hiker/Biker Campsites

The group camp is on the ocean side of Highway 1 and accommodates up to 40 people and 10 cars.
Ten sites for hikers or bicyclers are located behind the ranger office near Woodside Campground.

Fees and Reservations

Standard Sites: $35 per night
Group Site: $200 per night
Online Reservations at ReserveCalifornia:
Salt Point State Park Campground Reservations
or call (800) 444-PARK (7275) between 8 AM and 6 PM


Doran and Westside
Regional Parks

Location and Contact

Doran Park: 201 Doran Beach Road, Bodega Bay, CA
Westside Park: 2400 Westshore Road, Bodega Bay, CA
Operated by Sonoma County Regional Parks
(707) 875-3540   Doran Regional Park

Park Attractions and Facilities

  • Sandy beaches at Bodega Bay
  • Fishing, boating, picnicking
  • Boardwalk, trails
  • Campground

Campground and Campsite Facilities

  • Doran: 112 reservable sites, 20 first come, first served sites
  • Westside: 38 reservable sites, 7 first come, first served sites
  • Doran: 1 Hiker/Bicycle site, 1 group site
  • Fire ring, picnic table, cleared area for tents
  • Restrooms, showers
  • Dump station

Fees and Reservations

Fees: $32 per night (Sonoma County residents may be eligible for discount)
Fees include 1 vehicle and one tow per site, additional vehicles $7 each
Dogs on leash allowed, $2 per dog per night
Reservations: Sonoma Regional Parks Reservations


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Point Reyes National Seashore Camping

Location

  • Off Highway 1, north of Bolinas
  • Open sunrise to midnight
  • Backcountry camping: (415) 464-5100 x2 x5
  • Day-use fees: Free

Hike-in Campgrounds and Facilities

Point Reyes National Seashore has backcountry hike-in and boat-in camping only.

Backcountry campgrounds have vault toilets, picnic table, food storage lockers, charcoal grill, and water faucets. Each campsite is for from 1 to 6 people.

Coast Camp near Sculptured Beach
Close to beach and tide pools, 1.8-mile hike, 12 individual sites and 2 group sites
Glen Camp
In protected redwood valley, 4.6-mile hike, 12 individual sites
Sky Camp
West side of Mt. Wittenberg, 1.4-mile hike, 11 individual sites, 1 group site
Wildcat Camp
Open meadow on bluff overlooking ocean, 6.3-mile hike, 5 individual sites (3 of which only hold 4 people), 3 group sites
Tomales Bay Boat-in Campground Boat-in only, All waste, including human, must be removed, No water

Fees and Reservations

Individual campsites (1-6 people) $20
Group sites (7-14 people) $40, (15-25 people) $50
Reservations required for all campsites.
Reservations: Reserve America - Point Reyes National Seashore Campground


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    Site Types

    • Tent Sites

    • RV Sites

    • Standard (Tent/RV)

    • Group

    Features

    For Campers

    • ADA Access

    • Trash

    • Picnic Table

    • Phone Service

    • Showers

    • Drinking Water

    • Electric Hookups

    • Toilets

    • Alcohol

    • Pets

    • Fires

    For Vehicles

    • Sanitary Dump

    • Sewer Hookups

    • Water Hookups

    • Max Length: 18 ft.


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    Just south of Fort Ross itself in a not well marked turn is the Fort Ross Reef Campground.  It is small - not many sites.  There is also a day use area that appears to be a favortie of scuba divers.  I had driven by many times on trips up the coast when the gate was locked.

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    Location

    Fort Ross State Park is located in California

    Directions

    The park is 12 miles north of Jenner on Highway One. From Highway 101 there are two routes to the fort: From Petaluma Highway 101. Take the East Washington Street exit. Go west (left). Washington turns into Bodega Avenue, which after a few more name changes, turns into Highway 1 North and takes you to Bodega Bay. This route is a straight shot--much easier to drive than it looks on the map. At Bodega Bay, follow Highway One North. From Santa Rosa Highway 101. Go past downtown exits for Santa Rosa. Just north of town, take the River Road exit. Go west (left). River Road will turn into Highway 116 in Guerneville. Follow 116 west, then follow signs to Highway One North towards Jenner and Fort Ross.

    Address

    19005 Coast Highway One
    Bodega Bay, CA 94923

    Coordinates

    38.50800088 N
    123.22800082 W

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    Visiting Fort Ross State Historic Park

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    Fort Ross, one of the main tourist attractions between Bodega Bay and Fort Bragg, is a California State Historic Park showcasing a historic Russian-era fort compound that has been designated National Historic Landmark status. Located eleven miles north of Jenner on California Highway One, one of the most scenic coastal routes in the world Fort Ross is surrounded by sandy beaches, panoramic coves, and redwood forests, with breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean.

    The 3,400 acre park offers pristine natural landscapes as well as historic structures and exhibits that bring to life the former Imperial Russian settlement, early California Ranch era, and Kashaya territory. The park is approximately 45 minutes north of Bodega Bay, about 25 miles or an hour’s drive from one of San Francisco’s oldest retreats -- the Russian River,  and 2 hours north from San Francisco.

    Fort Ross offers ample parking. The Visitor Center, restrooms, upper picnic areas, and trail to the historic compound are handicap-accessible via ADA trails. There is also handicap-accessible parking near the fort compound. Directions: Visit here for Google Maps link.

     

    Visiting Fort Ross State Historic Park - Aerial ShotFort Ross State Historic Park is open EVERY DAY! The Visitor Center and the fort compound is open from 10am to 4:30pm. The park grounds are open from sunrise to sunset.

     

    Visiting Fort Ross State Historic Park - Aerial ShotRegular Day Use Fees: (does not apply to special events such as Fort Ross Festival)

    • $10.00 per car
    • $9 (senior)
    • Bus (24 passengers or fewer) $50
    • Bus (25 or more passengers) $100

    Dogs are permitted on leash anywhere you can drive a car (roads, parking lots), inside the limits of any structures (Visitor Center, Fort compound and buildings), picnic areas, and campgrounds. They are not permitted on trails, beaches, beyond the limits of roads, parking areas, campgrounds or picnic areas.

    For more information:
    707/847-3437 Fort Ross Conservancy office, staffed seven days a week
    707/847-3286 Ranger Offices

    Sours: https://www.fortross.org/info.htm

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