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60260 State Highway 3, Trinity Center, CA 96091-9600
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#6 of 8 Specialty lodging in Trinity Center
Trinity Lake California camping is simply more beautiful and more fun on KOA's 90 wooded acres at the north end of Trinity Lake. Just one and a half hours west of Redding, California this outdoor paradise is the perfect place to hike, fish and enjoy world-class whitewater rafting. This campground is Big Rig Friendly with beautiful wooded campsites, tenting, and cabin accommodations.
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60260 State Highway 3, Trinity Center, CA 96091-9600
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KMANIKKI wrote a review Aug 2020
Colfax, California37 contributions20 helpful votes
Canp is mot up to usual KOA standards. Staff is friendly, but amenities suffer. The fish cleaning stations hard to get near because of yellow jackets (meat bees ) swarming because the station was full of fish heads guts and ants, had not been cleaned for sometime. The bulk of the clientele seemed to be Quaders and off road vehicle types. Several large groups of them , noisy during the day but noisier at night. 10 p m quiet time was non existent on Fri 8-21, noise and partying well past midnight, no enforcement whatsoever. After the weekend the place was quiet again as most people departed. I will not stay here again
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Date of stay: August 2020
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Room Tip: cabins are available but pricy for what you get and right on the highway
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merylgersh wrote a review Jul 2020
14 contributions7 helpful votes
While beautifully treed, and high in the redwoods, this KOA campground was disappointing. It was filled to capacity. Showers and bathrooms were very limited due to capacity and COVID-19. Water pressure via hook-up was almost non-existent. Impossible to take a shower in one's RV, or even to wash dishes. We spoke to an employee who indicated that the water situation has been this way for years - they did not accommodate for the size of the property when installing water lines. Lake is walking distance (about 1/2 mile although it looks as though the campground is right on the lake) and available for water sports. No wifi or internet in the campground and a very week signal at the office. Not practical for work or long communications. We were only here for a night on our way south, but I am glad we did not have to stay longer.
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Date of stay: July 2020
Pebbles wrote a review Jul 2020
Corning, California1 contribution
Cabin was mostly clean. The walls and light switches throughout need wiped down, there not horrible but could use a wipedown, the bathroom floor needs a good scrub too. Kitchen was well equipped for basic cooking and the beds were comfortable. If it was based soley on cleanliness i would stay here again. The bad: The customer service was HORRIBLE!! I was 15 min early for their 3 o clock check in. The checkin lady told me this twice but mentioned that i needed to finish paying so i got my cc out and waited while she shuffeled some paperwork around and seemed a lil unsure of what to do, no biggie i didn't mind waiting until she got things figured out. Then a lady with comes over and takes over and tells mo for a 3rd time you're 10 min early, at this point since i had already been told twice i replied "i'm 10 min early" It was all down hill from there. She was completely offended that i told her exactly how early i was. She looked me dead in my eyes witb a blank stare, "well we don't have keys until 3" I really didn't mind waiting but to be told 3 times "you're early" instead of lets get u checked in and as soon as keys get here we will get u in your way or something like that, is a lil annoying. This is tbe best part, so after the 3rd time of being told you're early i responded with, because this is what i was told by the first lady, don't i need to finish paying, she hold up a receipt and says "you already did" with a look on her face like, i was the one being rude! So i go out to my car to wait for 5 min, but my daughter needs to use restroom, so i go back in to ask uf the store/check in office has a restroom, no they don't but tell me the nearest one is ny tbe bathhouse. I go out thinking the "bathhouse" is nearby but don't see it or signs for restrions anywhere! By this time it was 3 o clock in the nose and im waiting outside, the rude lady comes out and says "here" hands me keys and a bunch of papers and walks away. I have never been to this campground and no idea where the cabins were. She didn't explain anything about the campground like where things were or what the campground had to offer. We basically just walked/drove around and figured things out for ourselves! Besides all that the lake and nearby creeks were really low, made for muddy banks and not good river fishing options. Also forgot to mention that the cabins are so close to each other you could probably smell your nrughbors breath! WILL NOT STAY HERE AGAIN!
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Date of stay: June 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
Glenn Y wrote a review Jun 2020
Los Angeles, California153 contributions36 helpful votes
Very large KOA. 3 ways to stay: tent, RV or cabin. We stayed in the 1bdr cabin. Very clean and comfortable. Has everything you need for the stay. Cabins located close to the road but don't be afraid by it. Very few cars on it during daytime and none after 10pm. You can drive your car right up to the lake and docks. Store has all the necessary stuff you might need , even alcohol.
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Date of stay: June 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
BrownieWatson wrote a review Jul 2019
Livingston, Wisconsin31 contributions10 helpful votes
We stayed in a cabin for 1 night. The cabin we stayed in was nice and clean. The big knock I have on this KOA - is the food stand inside the campground. The service at the food stand was kind and extremely slow. Eventually - when we received our food - it was good.
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Date of stay: July 2019
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Frequently Asked Questions about Trinity Lake KOA
What are some of the property amenities at Trinity Lake KOA?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, an on-site restaurant, and meeting rooms.
Which room amenities are available at Trinity Lake KOA?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Trinity Lake KOA?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Trinity Lake KOA?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Is Trinity Lake KOA located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.2 miles away from the center of Trinity Center.
Are pets allowed at Trinity Lake KOA?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.