Located on the shores of Lewiston Lake, eight miles north of Lewiston on County Road 105, and 20 miles from Weaverville. This campground is on the waters edge, offers beautiful scenery, and is a favorite of fisherman. Each site is equipped with tables and grill/fire ring.
The campground is open year-round for walk-ins. Reservations are accepted May 21st through September 10th. The campground is situated at an elevation of 1,900 feet on the western shore of Lewiston Lake at the base of Trinity Dam. Some deciduous and conifer trees are found around the campground, but it is mostly unshaded.
Cold, crystal-clear Lewiston Lake is roughly 5 miles long and a half-mile wide. It features a mountainous shoreline and a topography that ranges from marshlands to dense forest. Lewiston Lake is 610 acres and offers good fishing for kokanee salmon, as well as rainbow, brown and brook trout.
- ADA Accessible
- Dump Station
- Fire Pit
- Picnic Table
- Potable Water
- Pet Friendly