Trinity Center is located
29 miles north of Weaverville, California. It is home to Trinity
Lake, a popular summer tourist destination. and is the gateway of
the majestic Trinity Alps
The original town of
Trinity Center was established in 1851 as a stage stop for
travelers headed north. Trinity Center was a gold mining town,
shown by the mine tailings left at the north end of the lake.
After the construction of the Trinity River Dam in 1961 the town
moved to below the lake. A handful of buildings were moved to the
town's present day location, including the I.O.O.F. building and
The region is ideal for
nature trips that include fishing, hiking, kayaking, horseback
riding and being outdoors. For the traveler, Trinity is a road
stop with a gas station, several shops and beautiful water views
along the winding 299 between Redding and Eureka.