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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
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I took some beautiful photos here of wildflowers and the fort in the fog. Walked down to the cove to see harbor seals hanging out on the rocks and picked up some beautiful shells. I never realized Russia had a claim to California soil until...More
I didn't! Really cool piece of history and well worth the visit if you are anywhere near here. The craftsmanship on the buildings is unreal. Great setting and a fun place to explore and become conversant on Russian exploration in the US.
Fort Ross was built and operated by Russia during the period 1812 to 1841, to support their Alaskan colonies with food and furs. It is a very nice historical facility, with an excellent visitors center, with fine displays and a wonderful, free 15-minute video. Beautiful...More
We did a flying visit through this park, and I regret we did not tour the fort. We were mostly in the main building doing a lot of reading in the exhibits and then let the girls explore the small beach below the fort. I...More
The views along the 12 miles from Jenner to Fort Ross are truly spectacular as Hwy 1 twists and turns a few hundred feet above the ocean. The location and scenery of Fort Ross is inspiring. It’s history and Russian architecture are fascinating. This is...More
This was a great place to bring the students for 2 days of hands-on experiencing to work and organization of this old Russian Fort. The kids were divided into groups of workers, ie., fishing, hunting, cooking, militia, etc. It was a great history lesson of...More
This is a very worthwhile experience. I knew nothing about the history of the Russians in California and this recreation of their settlement is well preserved and most informative. On the occasion we were there a group of schoolchildren were just settling in for a...More
I really enjoy this old fort and and the history is so interesting . The Only place in the North America where the local indigenous tribes had a written contract with Europeans. The Russian settlement here made and applied many advanced technologies of the time...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.