At the Stoney Group Shasta-Trinity campground, you and your pals can spend your vacation playing on land and in the water. There's a swimming beach next to the facility, and you'll find Trinity Lake nearby. This spot is a tent-only site, but the parking area can accommodate a few RVs. Your amenities here include flush toilets, potable water, fire rings, and picnic tables. Up to 60 people, including children, can stay at the camp.
The facility sits by Stoney Creek on an arm of Trinity Lake. Go swimming at the beach by the campsite or head to the public dock to get out on the water. Go sailing, water skiing, or wakeboarding on the 17,000-acre lake. You can also fish for bass, catfish, salmon, and trout here.
On land, there's a furrific trail along the western shore of the lake. Hike the Trinity Lakeshore Trail which stretches four miles from Clark Springs to Pinewood Cove. Enjoy the scenic vistas on this easy pathway. Stay alert for bobcats, river otter, black deer, and elk. Other activities in this area include rafting on the Trinity River and visiting historic Weaverville. End your day sharing your catch and stories around the fire rings.
This facility is a pawtastic place to camp with your special pal. Keep pups on a leash and don't leave them unattended when you stay here. They need to be in your car or tent overnight. Remove their poop so that you leave no trace.
When you come to Stoney Group Shasta-Trinity Campground, you'll be staying in the heart of the Trinity Alps. Spend your days hiking or cruising on the water. If you plan to adventure into nearby wilderness areas, obtain a permit from the district ranger. There are frequent reports of bears around the facility. Make sure you use the food lockers that are available in the campground to store anything that could attract unwanted wildlife.