A designated Wild and Scenic River, the Trinity River begins in the rugged Trinity Alps and makes its way through wilderness before meeting up with the mighty Klamath at Weitchpec. The Trinity River area offers countless outdoors activities and experiences a short drive from the park. 

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5 star hikes into the majestic Trinity Alps are within 30 miles from the park. Canyon Creek Trailhead, towards Weaverville, is a renowned hike with waterfalls and alpine lakes.  



Trinity offers scenic rafting for families and the more adventurous with Class IV. River rafting outfits abound, all within a few miles of Del Loma. Redwoods & Rivers Rafting is right next door to the park.

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Nearby Weaverville has a growing reputation as a mountain biking destination. The scenery for road bikers also does not disappoint.

  • Free resident car parking

  • Free high-speed internet

  • Free Wifi access

  • Laundry facilities

  • DVD player

  • Iron & ironing board

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At the Park we have great fishing for the treasured King (Chinook) Salmon or the elusive Steelhead which can put up quite a fight. Large brown trout reign in the Upper Triniity and rainbows abound in tributaries just downstream. Some top excellent fly fishing guides serve the area.



Lewiston Lake is within 50 miles to the East of the park and scenic Trinity Lake is not much further. You will pass the attractive and serene Whiskeytown Lake, with its many islands, on the way from Redding.  



Dating back to 1871, Trinity Alps Golf Restaurant & Lounge is a historic course with picturesque grounds. 30 miles from the Park, the nine-hole golf course is not long (par 31, 1,981 yards) but challenges drivers of all levels with its carved greens and tree-lined fairways.


Horse Packing

There’s nothing quite like horseback riding in the Trinity backcountry in fresh mountain air and the beauty of the pine forests, mountain sides, streams and wildflower meadows. Many trails were used by miners, mule trains, cavalry, and homesteaders for 100 years. 

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Backcountry Camping

With over 600 miles of trails across 500,000 acres, chiseled granite peaks and alpine lakes dot the Trinity Alps Wilderness, with elevations from 2,000 to 9,000 feet and trails ranging from 1.5 miles to 15 miles at varying levels of difficulty.

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Rock Climbing

The high granite country of the Trinity Alps and the Trinity Divide have always attracted adventurous rock climbers. Just 15 minutes from the Park, an area of surging popularity is the Trinity Pinnacles just off Hwy 299 near Burnt Ranch.

Other activities near the Park:  


Wildlife Viewing

200 bird species in the area!  Deer, bears, and more. The Park has plenty of room to roam.


Cultural Sites Gold rush sites, mining lore, and Hoopa is the biggest reservation in the State

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Swimming Holes

Trinity has countless natural pools and jumping rocks to explore. The Park's beach is a prime SUP launching area.


Just Relax

Between making memories, unwind far from the reach of life's distractions.

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