Tannery Campground, also referred to as Tannery Gulch Campground, houses 57 total campsites for guests to enjoy. A few of these sites feature bear-proof food lockers due to the high populations in the surrounding areas. These sites all come with a paved parking spur, fire ring, and picnic table in addition to water spigots. No electrical supply exists here, but public flush toilets are conveniently located throughout the area. Group sites are available for $35 an evening. If you've got Fido along for your overnight stay, make sure they're kept inside your tent throughout the evening as no leash stakes are allowed.
Tannery offers several opportunities for water sports thanks to the adjacent Trinity Lake. The campground offers a concrete boat launch that is free for Tannery guests, in case overnight visitors are looking to spend a day or two on the waves. Boat owners are encouraged to bring both motorized and non-motorized vehicles, provided they've got up to date registration for their vessel. Guests with pets are free to bring them along for a ride at their discretion.
The Trinity Lake area of the Tannery also features a public swimming beach open throughout the warmer months. This area is not regularly staffed, so any guests enjoying the waters here will be doing so at their risks. If you've brought a canine along, make sure they're kept out of the water and refrain from bothering any other guests.
Tannery Campground also offers accessible hiking opportunities. Guests can find the entrance to the 0.5-mile Trail of the Trees inside the campground. This path gives guests some great views of the surrounding Trinity Alps as well as the lush forestland that surrounds the campgrounds. If you're using the trail as an opportunity to walk the dog, make sure you clean up any messes they might make while keeping them on a leash at all times.
While hiking, swimming, and boating are all free for Tannery guests, the prices listed here are for amenities within the campgrounds as well as the standard pricing for overnight stays. These prices do not reflect additional costs for any surrounding attractions, including state parks or forests.