Trinity Lake Koa

Trinity Center, California

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Camping is spectacular on this KOA's 90 forested acres. Located in the Trinity Alps at the north end of Trinity Lake, it's the perfect place to get back to nature. Enjoy all that the mountains, lake and local area have to offer. Fishing is fantastic, and all levels of hiking trails are abundant. On-site amenities include a heated pool, playgrounds, an open pavilion, a walk-up-window restaurant, mini golf, a dog park, kayak rentals and boat slips. Choose from wooded Tent Sites, RV Sites with full hookups and Deluxe Cabins. Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 70 feet.

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Adventures Nearby

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  • Backpack to Bear Basin and The Four Lakes Loop

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  • Backpack Swift Creek

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