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For Real-time information about Trinity County:
Road Conditions, Weather, Calendar of Events: Contact the Trinity Visitor and Information Center,
(530) 623-6101,

Office Location for Trinity Visitor Center:
Visitor Center is located in the 1855 Clifford Hall Building in historic downtown Weaverville at 509 Main Street (State Highway 299), Weaverville, CA., seven days a week, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

For a free Recreation & Visitor’s Guide 2020:
Contact the Visitor Center, (530) 623-6101

The U.S. Forest Service District Ranger Station at Weaverville, 360 Main Street, 530-623-2121 offers trip planning assistance for the Trinity Alps Wilderness Area and issues wilderness permits which are also available free at the outdoor, self-service kiosk 24 hours a day.

The Shasta-Trinity National Forest also provides regular updates on wilderness trail conditions through the summer months on its website

Ranger District offices at Hayfork, 111 Trinity Street, 530-574-6233 and Lower Trinity, 580 CA-96, Willow Creek, 530-629-2118 have maps and trail information for destinations in those areas of the county.

The Trinity County Resource Conservation District at 530-623-6004 or has information on the Weaver Basin Trails with maps for sale at the Trinity County Visitor Center in Weaverville, or other places throughout the County,or as a smarphone app.

Campgrounds abound in Trinity County, offering a wide range of experiences from primitive areas well off the beaten path, to easily accessed sites with piped water and toilets.

Campers should contact Forest Service Ranger Stations to verify dates that campgrounds are open.
Contact the Shasta-Trinity National Forest Weaverville Ranger District 530-623-2121 for more information.

*For information on the U.S Forest Service campsites - 530-623-2121.
*The Bureau of Land Management camp sites (Douglas City, Junciton City and Steel Bridge Campgrounds) 530-224-2100.

*More specific information about individual campsites in Trinity County is available in the Trinity County Recreational Visitors Guide, a free publication. Contact the Trinity Visitor & Information Center 530-623-6101 or e-version: for a copy.

For Information about this website:
(530) 623-2760

The Trinity County Arts Council is a non-profit that promotes the Creative Arts & Culture countywide. Our commitment to make Trinity an Arts & Culture Destination galvanized the development of this site.
For an in-depth look at Art in Trinity, explore our website: