Stillwater Cove Regional Park on the northern Sonoma Coast features a picturesque crescent of beach, a small campground, and hiking trails through redwood forest and along ocean bluffs.
The park is a popular spot for tidepooling, picnicking fishing, diving, and ocean kayaking.
The historic, one-room Fort Ross Schoolhouse is located in the park's interior, moved there decades ago for preservation.
Stillwater Cove features an inland campground with 23 sites available for year-round reservation. Stillwater Cove Park offers individual campsites and a hiker/bicycle site. Campground features include potable water, restrooms with coin-operated showers, flush toilets, and electrical outlets. There is also a dump station. Please note: there are no RV hook-ups.