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SMChico2 wrote a review Sep 2020
Fairfield, California448 contributions71 helpful votes
Russians used to own this area to grow food for ther people in Alaska. Once they starting procuring food from Vancouver they lost interest and sold all land to American settlers in 1840s, just before CA joined the Union in 1848.
Date of experience: September 2020
Inge K wrote a review Aug 2020
Sacramento, California95 contributions26 helpful votes
Gift shop closed at 4:30 on this particular Monday. The Fort was not accessible whether to already having been closed or because of the COVID-19.
Date of experience: August 2020
shoshosho wrote a review Aug 2020
Saratoga, California198 contributions161 helpful votes
this is a great place to visit and hike. you can hike to the beach and have some relaxing time. Do not park inside. it will cost you. just park outside and walk about 0.2miles.
Date of experience: July 2020
mleeds2018 wrote a review Mar 2020
San Francisco, California15 contributions8 helpful votes
You can see it all in an hour or two. Well worth the stop. Imagine a few hundred folks living in the area running a trading post in the early 1800's.
Date of experience: March 2020
Char C wrote a review Mar 2020
Henderson, Nevada120 contributions41 helpful votes
Review of: Fort Ross State Historic Park Walking Tour
More fun than expected! I am not a history buff, and I thought I may be bored, but I was WRONG. The grounds are so pretty. Landscaping, trees, green grass I am from NV) and on the ocean. I am a nature buff! I was curious (like a child) about how the windmill works. The staff was great. The wood work is so pretty in the buildings. They have guided walking tours, I wish we had time to do. To learn more. We just walked ourselves. They do have a picnic tables on the ocean side, was surrounded by blooming flowers when we went. If you pay the park fee entrance, that same ticket, can get you into other CA parks that same day. And there are many parks on the 1.…
Date of experience: February 2020