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27 RV Parks near Trinity Center, California
Jun 2019 - $25.00
Not sure why there is only one other review. We stayed here for 5 nights in a 33' 5th wheel. There are 12 spots which vary from group sites to single sites to sites with no hook ups. We stayed in site #5 which is the last site in the group. It had water and 120v power [standard household electricity] but no dump. In fact, there is no dump sites reasonably close. The next site close to this site was about 50' away so there is plenty of privacy and not loud at all. It is a 1/2 mile walk to Trinity Lake and the closest town with any real amenities is Weaverville; about 20 miles away. The bathrooms are very clean. There is a hot shower which requests a $5 fee although it is on the honor system. We did not interact with the Camp Host but did speak with her husband. Nice guy and they take care of the area quite well. We would stay here again. Good price and a beautiful place in the Shasta Trinity NF. There are no close dump sites to this location. - Living In This Moment
Sep 2014 - $5.00
This is one of many National Forest campgrounds around Trinity Lake. We stayed here in the fall of a bad drought year and the water was turned off to the campground, so the spaces were half price. Our rate reflects a 50% senior access pass discount on that. I don't give 10 ratings out very often, but this campground deserves it. Spaces are HUGE and very spread out for privacy. Roads are paved and wide, some pull-throughs have room for multiple large RVs. It is very quiet and in a beautiful wooded setting. Satellite dishes and solar would probably not work here, but they have 30 amp hookups to most sites. The location is about a mile from the lake and boat ramp, other campgrounds are right on the lake with lake views from some sites, but I think this is the only one with electric hookups. The lake level is WAY down (well over 100 feet!) from full, but still accessible. This entire area is wonderful for hiking, fishing and exploring historic Weaverville. In mid-September we stayed a week and much of the time we were the only campers here! - MrSunshine
Jun 2018 - $50.00
Out in the sticks CG, however many campers were there. Water activities are the draw. Campsites are not necessarily level, ours wasn't. Small parking lot is shared by incoming and outgoing campers as well as store shoppers and fuel purchasers and can be confusing to negotiate safely. - Genovanelli
Aug 2011 - $54.00
Very friendly staff. Beautiful, wooded sites. Lots of shade! Daily garbage pickup at your site by the staff. Nice store and other amenities. Gas and Propane available. Two hours from Redding on curvy road. - bevman
Jul 2011 - $60.00
This campground was okay: more geared toward smaller kids and people that have boats. It would have been nice to have Bingo a bit more often and/or more adult type activities. (Horseshoe pit was a disappointment.) Pool was somewhat mucky due to the holiday weekend and a lot of families/kids. It had to be shut down for several hours due to someone deficating in the pool. But, it was handled quickly and in accordance with State safety and health rules. Could use a bigger pool area or a second pool location for adults only. Cable TV would also be a plus. - Tammie123