Trinity Lake KOA

Trinity Lake KOA

Highway 3
Trinity Center, California 96091
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Additional Phone: (800) 562-7706
Local Phone: (800) 562-7706
E-mail: trinitylake@koa.net

Trinity Lake KOA is on 90 wooded acres at the north end of Trinity Lake. The campground provides easy access to either the water, or to the mountainous Trinity Alps. Combining the great outdoors with today's modern conveniences, you'll enjoy a variety of activities and amenities in the setting of a mountain resort.

Pet-friendly cabins with kitchen and bath are available, along with RV and tent sites. Many guest activities are scheduled in summer.

Directions:
I-5 North:
Take Highway 299 W at Redding, go 40 miles to Weaverville, then Highway 3 north 30 miles to Trinity Center. I-5

South: Take Highway 3 exit in Yreka, 70 miles to Trinity Center. If pulling a big rig, take I-5 North directions.

Pet Fee: $25/dog in cabins. No charge for dogs in tent or RV sites

Dog-friendly policies:

  • Maximum number allowed: 2 (with exceptions)
  • Percentage of rooms that are dog-friendly: All

Property amenities:

  • Full hookups: 124
  • Max Amps: 50
  • Max Site Length: 80 feet
  • Tenters welcome
  • Has lodging
  • Laundry facilities
  • Store on premises
  • Club room
  • Wifi
  • Swimming pool
  • Playground

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