FORT ROSS

Sonoma Coast Treasure

VISITING FORT ROSS

Events, tours, what to see & do, hours/days of operation, bookshop

Service Projects & Scouts

Do a project; spend the night

Family Camp

Experience 19th century Fort Ross

Fort Ross Dialogue

Our annual conference, bringing together Russians, Americans, and Russian Americans

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS

Customized programs on marine ecology or the cultural history of Fort Ross

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Fort Ross is a California State Historic Park showcasing a historic Russian-era fort compound designated a National Historic Landmark. Russians settled on the ancestral Kashia Pomo lands called Metini and the Kashia are still very much a part of the community today. Located 11 miles north of Jenner on scenic California Highway One, Fort Ross is surrounded by sandy beaches, panoramic coves, and redwood forests, with breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean. Salt Point State Park, 8 miles north of Fort Ross, covers 6,000 acres on the coast of Northern California, with two campgrounds, 20 miles of hiking trails, and over 6 miles of rocky coastline. These destinations offer pristine landscapes, recreation and camping, fascinating history, underwater parks with fishing, shipwrecks, and scuba diving, and more. Fort Ross Conservancy is the 501(c)(3) nonprofit and California cooperating association that supports both parks.

About Fort Ross Conservancy

Connecting people to the history + beauty of Fort Ross + Salt Point State Parks

Preserving

Educating

Recreating

Connecting