Where to Stay

Where to Stay

When You Are Ready to Turn In for the Night

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Whether you are just stopping by or staying for awhile, Trinity County offers many lodging options. Some are rustic, while others give visitors a posh experience. Some are near water. Others are nestled in the pine trees. Trinity offers amazing venues for weddings, retreats, or family reunions.

On this page, you will find a list of lodging establishments. Lodging advertisements can be found in the Trinity County Recreation and Visitor Guide.

Find your special place in one of these unique regions of Trinity County:

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Weaverville/Douglas City

For those who want to stay in or near Weaverville, the largest community in the county, visitors may choose lodging close to restaurants, theaters, museums or shopping and still have their Trinity Alps vacation experience.  Trinity Lake, Trinity River and the Trinity Alps are 20-30 minutes away.

Along the Trinity River are some of the best fly fishing spots in Northern California.  Rafting is as easy as stepping out the door and down the path to the river.

Cabins/Vacation Rentals

  • Arttus Ranch
  • Trinity River Adventure Inn

Motel

WeaverHotelTripAdvisorBed & Breakfast

Downriver

Highway 299, which runs along the Trinity River, leads visitors to world-class kayaking, salmon and steelhead fishing and hidden pools where you can stick your feet in and view the incredible scenery.

Cabins/Vacation Rentals

Resorts/Retreats

Hayfork/Hyampom

The Trinity County Fair Junior Livestock Auction, in August, brings fair-goers from miles around.  Hyampom is a beautiful valley way off the beaten track.

Cabins/Vacation Rentals

  • Grel’s Vacation Home
  • Arey’s Guest Cottage

Motel

Summer Camp

  • Bar 717 Ranch-Camp Trinity, 17197 Hyampom Road, Hyampom, 530-628-5992 Trinity County Chamber Member Camp Trinity on the Bar 717 Ranch is the oldest accredited co-educational summer camp in California. Since 1930, the Gates family has welcomed boys and girls ages 8 to 16 to live, work, and play on 450 acres of pristine wilderness as part our large ranch family. Today, the pioneer traditions of cooperation, resourcefulness, and respect for the land are the foundation for wholesome summers filled with fun and friendship, rewarding new experiences, and a deep connection with nature. Family camp is opportunity to connect with your loved ones.

Trinity Center/Coffee Creek

Trinity Center and Coffee Creek are near the North end of Trinity Lake on Highway 3 and are the closest to trail heads entering the Trinity Alps Wilderness Area.  Houseboating on Trinity Lake or renting a cabin in the woods is the way to find the quiet and relaxation you have been looking for.

See the North Trinity Lake online Lodging page for more details.

Cabins/Vacation Rentals

  • Airport Cabin
  • Bonanza King Resort
  • Circle T Cabins, North Fork Cut Off, Trinity Center, (707) 953-4993 Trinity County Chamber Member
  • Coffee Creek Ranch
  • Covington Mill Cabin
  • Creekstone Cabin
  • Enright Gulch Cabins
  • Lake View Cottage
  • Ripple Creek Cabins, 1450 Eagle Creek Loop, Coffee Creek, 530-266-3505 Trinity County Chamber Member
  • Sunflower Cabins
  • Towne Centre Cabins A and B,  707-499-6235  Trinity County Chamber Member
  • Trinity Alps Resort, 1750 Trinity Alps Rd, Trinity Center, 530-286-2205 Trinity County Chamber Member
  • Trinity Center Family Cabin
  • Trinity Chalet
  • Trinity Mountain Meadow Resort,  end of Coffee Creek Road, Trinity Center, 530-462-4677 Trinity County Chamber Member

Motel

  • Enright Gulch Cabins & Motel

Resorts

Lewiston

This community sits on the Trinity River near Lewiston Lake which is well-known for fishing and canoeing/kayaking.  Unique antiques are found here especially during the annual Peddlers’ Faire during the first weekend in June.

Bed & Breakfast

Cabins/Vacation Rentals

Motel/Hotel

Resorts

Southern Trinity

The Southern end of Trinity County includes Ruth Lake and Mad River.  It is noted for its hunting and fishing.  Highway 36 runs through it and  is well-used by motorcycle enthusiasts.

Motel

  • Journey’s End Motel & Cabin