Stoney Point Campground

Trinity Lake - Shasta-Trinity National Forest

Trinity Lake

Stoney Point Campground at Trinity Lake

Stoney Point Campground at Trinity Lake

Trinity Lake Area
Attractions and Activities

  • Trinity Lake with 17,000 surface acres and 145 miles of shoreline - fishing, boating, water skiing
  • Hiking, horseback riding, and camping in the Trinity Alps Wilderness
  • Raft the Trinity River
  • Joss House State Historic Park in Weaverville
  • Rent a boat at one of Trinity Lake's marinas

Key Campground Regulations

  1. Bears: Store all food and similar items in bear-proof lockers, not in vehicles.
  2. Dogs must be kept on leash and attended at all times. At night they must be kept in a vehicle or tent.

Stoney Point Campground

Stoney Point Campground sits on the banks of the Stuart Arm of Trinity Lake in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest. This walk-in, tents-only campground is a favorite with those who like to be close to the water. Boating, fishing, waterskiing, wakeboarding, sailing, and kayaking are popular on Trinity Lake. Boat launch ramps are nearby. A swim beach is at close by Clark Springs Campground.

Stoney Point Campground offers 15 walk-in, tent-only campsites in a cedar and Ponderosa pine forest. Native bushes provide good privacy between campsites. Because the campground is close to the highway, some road noise can be heard.

Campground Basics
Location: Off Highway 3, 13 miles north of Weaverville
Elevation: 2,400 feet
Nearby Cities: 49 miles northwest of Redding
Number of Sites: 15
Open - Closed: May through October
Max. People per single site: 8 (including children)
Vehicles per single site: 1 (fee for additional vehicles)
Pets: On leash, always attended
Weaverville Ranger Station: (530) 623-2121

No Reservations First come, first served
Wheelchair accessible sites: None designated
Fees: $18 per night
Check-in, check-out: 2:00 PM, 1:00 PM

Stoney Point Campground Amenities
Campsites: Picnic table, campfire ring with grill
Campground: Restrooms with flush toilets, tap water
Showers: No
Dump station: No
Nearby attractions: 4-mile Trinity Lakeshore Trail, Clark Springs Launch Ramp and beach, Minersville Boat Ramp, hiking, fishing, motor-boating, waterskiing, sailing, kayaking

General Camping Information for Trinity Lake

Opening and closing dates for some campgrounds are only estimates, usually dependent on weather conditions. Not all campsites can accommodate trailers or RVs of all lengths. Check carefully on the website when you make your reservation to be sure your vehicle will fit your campsite.

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