Fort Ross was established in 1812 by Russians as an outpost for sea otter hunters and a permanent trade base. A number of reconstructed buildings contain exhibits that help bring the Russian era in California to life. The park is twelve very winding miles north of Jenner at 19005 Coast Highway One. Phone 707-847-3286.
The visitor center exhibits are generally accessible and access to the building is usable. First floors of the Kuskov House, the Rotchey House, the barracks and the blockhouses are also usable. Restrooms are generally accessible. Parking is accessible. Routes of travel are usable in dry weather in most areas.