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Getting Here

Enjoy the Wild and Scenic Byway

Come by car, by motorcycle, by plane, by train. Ride your bike here if you’re hardy. Drive your RV or pull a trailer.
You can enter the heart of Trinity County from
REDDING: Hwy 299 West off I 5
HUMBOLDT COUNTY: Hwy 299 East from the Coast via 101.

Travelling from the North (Siskiyou County) wind down picturesque Hwy 3 south which will take you right into the middle of Weaverville.
Stop in Northern Trinity for a bite to eat: Coffee Creek and Trinity Center or continue to the Trinity and Lewiston Lakes on your scenic drive.

To get to Hayfork from Interstate 5 take Hwy 36 from 1 5 in Red Bluff, West. You will turn right on Hwy 3 towards Hayfork. Motorcyclists prioritize the windy but safe drive to Hayfork, just a few miles from Hwy 299 and Douglas City, about 7 miles east of Weaverville and about 4 miles west from Lewiston.

Travelling West on 299 from Weaverville, a short drive by the river will take you by Junction City, the ghost town of Helena, the turnoff to Denny, and on to Big Flat.

There are five small airports in Trinity County, for small private planes.
Operated by the Trinity County Department of Transportation, airports are located in:
*Weaverville (Lonnie Pool Field)
*Hayfork
*Trinity Center (James E. Swett Field)
*Hyampom
*Ruth
Thirty miles east of Weaverville, in Redding, there is a municipal general aviation airport (Benton Airpark) and an Amtrak Station. From there you can rent a car to complete your trip to Trinity County.