Local Area Attractions
Perfect for a day trip, Eureka is a two-hour drive from the campground. Named one of the "Top 10 Travel Hot Spots for 2007," Eureka is in the heart of the Redwood Empire - where you will find the tallest living trees on Earth. Established in 1850 as a commercial logging and fishing port town, Eureka offers many historical sites as well.
Trinity River Scenic Byway
"From the Valley Oaks to the Redwood Coast" is the theme of a beautiful drive from the Sacramento River Valley to the stunning Redwood Coast. Follow the same path as Gold Rush-era stagecoaches while you take in an array of geographical wonders. For more information, visit the Shasta Cascade Region online.
Rafting and Kayaking
Old Bridge Rafting offers several levels of rafting, from mild to wild. Enjoy a solitary kayak ride or a guided rafting trip. For more information, call (530) 778-3436.
Trinity Center is hosting a BBQ cookout, craft fair, and more June 25th. It will be less than 2 miles from the campground. You can also enjoy horseback riding, tennis, and golf at nearby facilities. Check at our front desk to learn more.
Great RV Sites
Our spacious tree covered RV park comfortably accommodates campers and trailers to 45 feet, and includes full hookups with 30-amp and some 50-amp service.
Roomy Tent Sites
Tent campers enjoy roomy campsites under towering pine and cedar trees, BBQs, fire rings, picnic tables, hot showers and laundry facilities.
The Campground is on level ground so it is an easy walk or drive to our marina. Gasoline is available at our General Store.
We offer a rental fleet of patio boats. Enjoy the 25 mile long lake and 145 miles of shoreline.
KOA General Store
We offer groceries, ice, beer, liquor, fishing tackle, camping supplies, propane and gasoline.
We feature local arts and crafts for the area. A great place to find that vacation souvenir or gifts for friends and family.
Five restrooms with showers and flush toilets are located throughout the campground.
Jake Jackson Museum
As a celebration of Trinity's rich mining history, the Jake Jackson Museum traces Trinity County's roots from the earliest recorded days of the Native cultures to the advent of the Gold Rush. Visit the blacksmith and tin shop, the stamp mill and "The Barn," which houses antique buggies and wagons.
Fun on the Lake
Trinity Lake holds the national record for the largest small-mouth bass. Other fish thriving here include trout, steelhead and catfish. At 20 miles long, the lake offers great waterskiing, too!