About Stillwater Cove Regional Park in Jenner, California
Stillwater Cove Regional Park is a Sonoma County beach and park about 16 miles north of Jenner, CA. The sandy beach is in a small but deep cove where Stockhoff Creek flows intermittently into the Pacific. Over three miles of hiking trails meander along the creek and through the redwood forest including a side trail to the historic one-room Fort Ross Schoolhouse Building.
A small parking area for the beach is right on Highway 1, but it only has a couple spaces. The large main day-use parking lot, campground, and picnic area are all up a road on the east side of the highway. From the main lot a trail heads toward the cove and requires crossing over the highway to a wide path that finally ends at Stillwater Cove Beach. This path west of the highway is paved and serves as a small craft boat launch with a short portage to the beach. Divers, sea kayakers, and other water lovers will enjoy this little cove. The campground, trails, and park amenities make it nice for anyone to enjoy.
- 22455 Hwy 1
Jenner, CA 95450
- Park Name
- Stillwater Cove Regional Park
- Other Names
- Stockhoff Creek Beach
- Pet Details
- Dogs allowed on leash
- Fee for parking, camping
- Hiking, Scuba Diving, Camping, Kayaking, Canoeing, Abalone Diving, Picnicking, Fishing
- Campground, Restrooms, Trails, Showers
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