Below are links to some of our favorite places for you to also enjoy while you are staying with us. These links will help provide you with information on all that Trinity County has to offer.
Welcome to Trinity Lake, one of Northern California's pristine boating destinations located within the Shasta-Trinity National Forest. Trinity Lake is encompassed by miles of tree-lined shores to explore and countless secluded coves, perfect for claiming as your own houseboat base camp. You can also find some of the best water sport opportunities within the region, as well as world class trout and bass fishing along the 147 miles of shoreline.
Northern California's quality outfitters and Guide Service since 1982 on the Trinity River. Guided fly fishing trips on the Trinity River for steelhead, salmon, rainbow and brown trout. The Trinity Fly Shop (530-623-6757) shop is 30 miles west of Redding right off Highway 299 in Lewiston, CA.
Trinity River Rafting (530-623-3033) has been guiding whitewater adventures since 1988. They’re committed to providing you with personalized, high-quality trips that are affordable and fun! The Upper Sacramento, Canyon Creek, Salmon, Trinity, South Fork Trinity, and Klamath are Northern California rivers in the Shasta-Trinity Region guided by Trinity River Rafting.
The original town of Trinity Center was established in 1851 as a stage stop for travelers headed further north and now lies beneath the lake, which came into existence after the construction of the Trinity River Dam in 1961. Trinity Center was a gold mining town, shown by the mine tailings left at the north end of the lake. Check out the Scott Historical Museum in Trinity Center.
The Historic District of Weaverville is centered on four blocks on Main Street (Highway 299) and is on the National Register of Historic Places. There are over 35 marked old buildings to explore:
- Weaverville Joss House
- Jake Jackson Memorial Museum
Scott Valley is a large, scenic rural area of western Siskiyou County, CA, known for its vistas of the Marble Mountains, cattle and dairy ranches, and its historic background as a gold mining area, dating back to the days of the California Gold Rush. The towns of Fort Jones, Etna, Greenview and Callahan are found within Scott Valley, as well as many other small villages. If you fancy a scenic drive for a day out off the ranch, this would be a great excursion.