About Sandy Cove Beach at Fort Ross in Jenner, California
Sandy Cove Beach is the main beach at Fort Ross State Historical Park. This is a pleasant sandy beach with clear water for diving, but is not safe for swimming due to cold temps and potential rip currents. Beach visitors must park in the main parking lot, but there is a road down to the beach for dropping off those with accessibility challenges. There are hiking trails that head south from Sandy Cove to the Fort Ross Campground and Fort Ross Reef. The park itself is a great place to visit for historical reasons and walking around outside to see the sites. Check in at the visitor center to get a map and plan to spend a while here.
- 19005 Coast Hwy
Jenner, CA 95450
- Park Name
- Fort Ross State Historic Park
- Other Names
- Fort Ross Cove Beach
- State Park
- Pet Details
- No dogs allowed on the beach
- Fee for parking, camping
- Scuba Diving, Walking, Kayaking, Sunbathing, Picnicking, Abalone Diving, Hiking
- Campground, Scuba Diving Underwater Park, Historical Features, Restrooms, Picnic Tables, Trails, Accessible Features
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