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About Fort Ross Campground Beach in Jenner, California

There is a rocky driftwood covered beach below the Reef Campground and Day-Use Area at Fort Ross State Historical Park. The campground has 20 camping spots and access to the coves of Fort Ross where scuba diving and fishing are the main activities. The campground and day-use facility is open annually around April through November. If the campground is closed there is a trail from Fort Ross Cove Beach near the fort at the main state park entrance that leads to the campground beach and all the way south to the Fort Ross Reef Cove.

Address
19005 Coast Hwy
Jenner, CA 95450
Park Name
Fort Ross State Historic Park
Owner
State Park
Pet Details
No dogs allowed on the beach
Fees
Fee for parking, camping
Activities
Scuba Diving, Fishing, Camping, Hiking
Amenities
Campground, Restrooms, Trails, Driftwood
Map of Fort Ross Campground Beach
Monte Rio, US
3:07 am, April 24, 2024
temperature icon 49°F
L: 47° H: 56°
Feels like 48.18 °F broken clouds
Wind gusts: 2 m/s
UV Index: 0
Precipitation: 0 inch
Visibility: 10 km
Sunrise: 6:23 am
Sunset: 7:57 pm
Humidity 90 %
Pressure1018 mb
Wind 2 m/s

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Fort Ross Reef

0.4 miles away

Fort Ross Reef is a scuba diving destination just offshore from Fort Ross State Historic Park. There is a...

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