ALPINE VIEW CAMPGROUND, California Campground Images, Info & Reservations

Directions

From Weaverville: take Highway 3 north for 22.5 miles. Turn right on Guy Covington Road for 2.4 miles to the campground.

Phone

530-275-8113

Activities

CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, WATER SPORTS

Keywords

Trinity Lake,Alpine View

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Overview

Alpine View Campground is located in the Trinity Unit of the Whiskeytown-Shasta-Trinity National Recreation Area at an elevation of 2,400 feet. This facility is a great choice for children, the elderly and those with accessibility needs who require well-developed trails and campsites. Visitors enjoy a variety of recreational activities in a beautiful setting.

Recreation

The area offers excellent opportunities for fishing, boating and hiking around Trinity Lake. The campground is very popular with the boating public, as the Bowerman boat ramp is located a quarter-mile before the campground entrance.

Anglers can fish for catfish, as well as different varieties of trout, salmon and bass. Hikers can access several trails in the area, including the 0.3-mile Lake Trail.

Facilities

This is a 53-unit family campground that offers several accessible campsites and three accessible restrooms with flush toilets. The campground features paved social areas, roads and spurs. The maximum vehicle length is 32 feet.

Each campsite is furnished with a picnic table and campfire ring. Some of the campsites have bear-proof food storage lockers. Drinking water is provided.

Natural Features

This scenic campground has three loops (A, B and C) with sites that wind through a grove of Douglas fir and cedar with an understory of ferns. Some sites in Loops A and B have a view of Trinity Lake.

Bears frequent the area, but a wide variety of wildlife may be seen in and around Trinity Lake.

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