Stillwater Cove Regional Park and Campground Map

Stillwater Cove Regional Park and Campground Map
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Located on the rugged and scenic Sonoma Coast, Stillwater Cove Regional Park features ocean access and more than 3 miles of trails. A 1.6-mile loop follows Stockhoff Creek, which supports coho salmon and steelhead trout, and curves through a canyon of towering redwoods filled with ferns, rhododendrons and other riparian plants, including the swamp harebell and fringed corn lily native only to the Sonoma-Mendocino coasts. A short spur trail leads to one-room Fort Ross schoolhouse, which was built at Fort Ross in 1885, and was moved to Stillwater Cove Regional Park in 1974 for preservation. Another trail crosses Highway to the beach at Stillwater Cove, a popular destination for fishing, abalone diving (abalone season is closed), ocean kayaking, tidepooling, and picnicking. An inland campground offers 23 sites, available for year-round reservations, and one hike/bike site (first-come/first served). Dogs on leash are welcome in all areas of the park.

Recommended Trails from Parking Lot

  • Canyon and Stockhoff Trails (round trip): 2.6 miles
  • Canyon Trail Loop: 0.8 miles
  • Cove Trail to Stillwater Cove (one-way): 0.3 miles
  • Fort Ross Schoolhouse (one-way): 0.2 miles