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As of November 3rd, we are open only on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and Mondays (closed on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays) through March 15th. In addition we are open on state holidays: January 1 & 19, February 16, March 31, May 25, July 4th...more
Dogs are not allowed in buildings, but on leash our pup was able to go on trails and explore the picnic area. The reconstruction, preservation, and historical notices were helpful to understand what we were seeing.
Don't miss the excellent interpretive film in the Visitors' Center. It's a perfect introduction to the Fort's history and layout. It will add greatly to your enjoyment and understanding as you wander through the area on your self-guided tour. Several buildings are outfitted with either...More
Hank was our guide and crushed it. He was entertaining, kind, knowledgable and above all else, passionate. We learned all about the Fort and settlement and there were but a handful of questions that Hank wasn't sure of the answer. He was great.
The park features a very well preserved Russian fort with tons of interesting historic information delivered in an engaging way. My 5 and 7 year old snoozed a bit over the little museum and presentation video, but thoroughly enjoying frolicking around the open spaces and...More
Every Russian who lives in the US and honer Russian history must visit this small cute historical park. Even there's not much too to see you still can feel the spirit of the 19th century, enjoy scenic views and traditional Russian countryside architecture. We had...More
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Yes. Fort Ross now has ADA trails from the visitor center to the fort compound. We also have one beach wheelchair that we can loan to visitors for the day. There are ADA accessible picnic areas and the compound itself now... More
Yes. Fort Ross now has ADA trails from the visitor center to the fort compound. We also have one beach wheelchair that we can loan to visitors for the day. There are ADA accessible picnic areas and the compound itself now has ADA paths throughout. Please check the Fort Ross Conservancy website for days of operation - we are not open 7 days a week because of Sacramento service reductions.