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Trinity lake Houseboat and Marina Services
One Hour East of Redding California

USDA Forest Service
Management Unit:
Shasta Trinity National Forest
2400 Washington Avenue
Redding CA 96001
(530) 244-2978

  • Boat Launch
  • Fishing
  • Food Service
  • Marine Recreation Area
  • Gas Station
  • Swimming
Trinity Lake is the third largest lake in California. With 16,000 surface acres and 145 miles of shoreline it is uncrowded even during summer peak months. The lake's irregular shoreline creates three separate arms with many secluded tree-lined coves that are perfect for anglers and housboaters. Water skiers find the "glassy" water excellent.

Anglers will enjoy fishing Trinity Lake for trophy-sized large-mouth bass, rainbow and German Brown trout, Kokanee salmon and catfish. It also holds the California State record for smallmouth bass.

The rugged Trinity Alps spanning 517,500 acres, provide a pituresque backdrop to the lake. Thousands of backpackers, hunters, day hikers and equestrians experience the breath-taking beauty of the alpine lakes, tumbling mountain streams, lofty canyons and jagged mountain ridges. Trails through virgin snow entice the cross-country skier in the winter.

With an abundance of wildlife and flora, the seasons create an evolving palette of colors for the eye, the camera and the paint brush. The marinas on Trinity Lake offer a large variety of rentals for your enjoyment, including: Houseboats, deck boats, and Jet Skis. We also offer accessories, including: Air Chairs, Boobe Tubes, Hydro Slides, Skis, and Hyperlites.

Trinity Lake Resorts and Marinas

45810 State Hwy 3

Trinity Center, CA 96091

(530) 286-2225/ (800) 982-2279/ Fax: 286-2665

15 miles north of Weaverville on Hwy 3. Complete resort with marina, cabins, restaurant & lounge, houseboats and more! Open April 1-October 15.

Trinity Alps Marina

Fairview Marina Road

P.O. Box 670

Lewiston CA 96052

(530) 286-2282/ (800) 824-0083/ Fax 286-2281

Located off Trinity Dam Blvd. Houseboat, fishing & ski boat, & personal watercraft rentals, store, tackle, bait, souvenirs, t-shirts and more! Open April - October.

How to Get There:
I-5 to Redding, CA. then Hwy 299W to Hwy 3 then north.


Miscellaneous Information:
Marinas operating on Shasta are operated by a special use permit by the Forest Service, U.S.D.A. Persons of any race, color, national orgin, sex, age, religion or with any handicapping condition are welcome to use and enjoy all facilities, programs and services of the U.S.D.A. Discrimination in any form is strictly against policy and should be reported to the Secretary of Agriculture.
Shasta Cascade Wonderland Association
1699 HWY 273, Anderson, CA 96007 | (P) 530-365-7500 | (F) 530-365-1258
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