Stillwater Cove Regional Park on the northern Sonoma Coast features a picturesque crescent of beach on the Pacific Ocean, trails, and a year-round campground.
Located between Fort Ross and Salt Point, this park is popular with campers, divers and fishers, who can portage small craft across the beach. However, Stillwater Cove tends to offer more seclusion than other Highway 1 destinations.
The Canyon Trail winds along an interior creek and through an impressive forest of redwoods and ferns. The historic, one-room Fort Ross Schoolhouse is located along the trail, moved here decades ago, and its period interior can be viewed through the windows.
Stillwater Cove features coastal campgrounds with ocean views. Individual campsites and a hiker/bicycle site are available to reserve.
Located on the rugged and scenic Sonoma coast, Stillwater Cove Regional Park includes 3.19 miles of trails that wind along creeks through fern lined canyons beneath majestic redwoods.
Parking is available at the day-use parking lot east of Highway 1, not at the beach.
Accessible camping areas