Fort Ross – Harvest Festival
Harvest is the time to enjoy autumn’s fresh air with friends and family, acknowledging all that the seasons provide us. Harvest Festival starts out with a morning of gentle apple picking in the historic orchard, the celebration then moves to the historic Fort Ross compound where we’ll enjoy the old-world charm of the 19th century Russian settlement. Enjoy a four-course luncheon served on a marine terrace overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
For photos from the 2014 Harvest Festival can be found, here.
What is and Where is Fort Ross:
Fort Ross is a former Russian Fort located on California’s Sonoma County Coast, eleven miles north of the town of Jenner on Highway One, and two hours’ driving time north of San Francisco. It was a Russian Fort from 1812 to 1842, only remaining structure from that time is the Rotchev House, circa 1836, the rest of the Fort has been restored in the last few years. Currently Fort Ross is a State Historic Park that is open most of the year and can be open for private tours and functions. If you are interested in visiting or having an event at Fort Ross, please contact us.
- Category: Promotion / Seminar
- Date: October 17, 2015