Fort Ross State Historic Park is OPEN every day from 10 am to 4:30 pm. The park grounds are open from sunrise to sunset. Call House Museum tours are on the first weekend of each month from 1 pm to 4 pm. The Reef campground is closed for repairs until further notice. Please call 707/847-3437 for updates.
FORT ROSS FESTIVAL
July 28th, 10 am - 6:30 pm
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Come for the culture and history, bring your family and friends, and enjoy a day outside – there are options for all ages, kiddos to full grown adults. Back by popular demand, join the Fort Ross Militia for historic firearms demonstrations, and have a BLAST!
Environmental Living Program
The Environmental Living Program provides an amazing overnight or day experience with hands-on learning, allowing children to experience the joys of history as active participants, exploring the interaction between people and their environment.
Marine Activities at Fort Ross
Fort Ross offers over six miles of pristine, diverse coastline. Learn about our programs and activities:
Marine Ecology Program
Beach Watch Survey
Doghole Ports Project
Marine Mammal Monitoring
Rocky Intertidal Species of Fort Ross,
add your pictures and species finds to
our iNaturalist project.
Book your stay at beautiful Timber Cove Resort just 2 miles north of Fort Ross using the Promotion Code FORTROSS - - you'll receive a 10% discount on your room rate *and* 10% will be donated to Fort Ross Conservancy. Thanks for supporting us!
About Fort Ross
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.
Full Circle - Fort Ross Introductory Video
Enjoy footage and music from our fabulous bicentennial celebrations while learning more about Fort Ross Conservancy's work on the ground.