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Lake Peninsula by National Forest

Trinity Lake : Trinity Center, CA 96091

Trinity County, California

58.20 Acres
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Farm Description

58.2 Acre Wooded Peninsula on Trinity Lake bordering National Forest Land in Northern California

Call or Text Landio anytime for questions or to purchase this property. Please reference the Landio Property ID: Ca_Trinity_00001

Surrounded by the Shasta-Trinity National Forest with breathtaking views of the Trinity Alps wilderness, this 58.2 Acre property is a rugged paradise - a truly unique land opportunity in Northern California.

The exclusive yet accessible location sets this property apart. To access the property, take a scenic 15-minute boat ride from the Trinity Center Public Boat Ramp or Trinity Alps Marina. This property is the only private peninsula on Trinity Lake.

Trinity Lake is known for its hidden coves, creeks, and channels that make up 16,530 Surface Acres with 145 miles of shoreline; this rugged property serves as an ideal basecamp while fishing, hunting, kayaking, or hiking - a great mid-point on the lake. While most of the property has been carefully preserved and remains untouched, a path cut along the center of the property provides accessibility if needed.

Once you arrive on shore, experience full views of untouched wilderness: rolling hillsides, vibrant fall foliage, sparkling waters, and the mesmerizing Marble Mountains. Watch the Bald & Golden Eagles soar overhead and spot Black-Tailed Deer trekking through the wilderness - you will also catch glimpses of Black Bears that inhabit the area.

This property is a true conservationist's dream - your own private expanse of primitive wilderness to explore.

Hunting & Fishing

For the avid angler, experience World-class fishing on Trinity Lake as you explore the hundreds of rivers and streams feeding into it. The lake holds the state record for Landlocked King Salmon and is home to numerous Smallmouth Bass fisheries. Plus, the Klamath River, which feeds into the Trinity River, is famous for its plentiful Salmon run. Trinity Lake is especially known for its large King Salmon and Kokanee Salmon. Enjoy fly fishing? This location is one of the best. Lewiston Reservoir, just South of Trinity Lake, forms the headwaters of the Trinity River for unmatched fly fishing for Trout and Salmon.

For the hunter, head over to the closest California Department of Fish & Wildlife Licensed Sale Office to purchase Over tags and find resources on hunting zones and seasons; or, just hop on the Cdfw website to find all the information you need and purchase your tags, permits, or licenses. You can also purchase tags for Waterfowl and Upland Game Bird such as pheasant, mountain quail, wild turkey, Ruffed Grouse, White-tailed Ptarmigan, and others.

Among the big game, you'll find Black Bears, Black-Tailed Deer, and Elk. In fact, Trinity County has the most recorded Black-Tailed Deer in California, and it is home to its own Elk Herd: The Trinity Center Elk Herd. In addition to your own private property, nearby SPI (Sierra Pacific Industries) land offers hunting access and provides a gateway to Millions of acres of Public Land. Can you imagine the endless opportunity for wilderness-style hunting?

If you're new to the area, local hunting and fishing guides such as The Trinity Guide Co. provide fully-equipped outdoor experiences so you can safely get to know the lake and forests - and have a ton of fun.


This calm, uncrowded lake allows for an unhindered nature experience. The property itself provides amazing wildlife viewing of animals such as Bobcats, Mountain Lions, Golden Eagles and Bald Eagles (no hunting of these animals). You'll find their prints winding through the trails.

Without the city lights, your peninsula is perfect for stargazing. And in the daytime, sturdy Douglas Fir evergreens provide dense, year-round tree coverage of the peninsula. Sprawling oaks add extra shade in the summer and pops of color in the fall for lovely hiking trips.

The Shasta-Trinity National Forest hedges the beautiful peninsula on all sides. As the largest National Forest in California, you'll have 2.2 Million Acres and over 6,000 Miles of meandering rivers and rippling streams to explore. Recreational activities include camping, hiking, kayaking, biking, skiing, rock climbing, and much more. It is home to grandiose Mount Shasta - a whopping 14,179 feet in elevation. Unlike overcrowded ski resorts, this large mountain offers a more natural approach with backcountry skiing and climbing. Make sure to check out Burney Falls and Lake Shasta Caverns while you're there.

Accessibility & Lodging

The nearby towns of Lewiston and Weaverville have ample places for lodging, groceries, gas, and supplies - plus several charming bed and breakfasts, inns, and even a lake resort. Here are a few highly recommended options: Trinity Lake Resort, Pinewood Cove, Indian Creek Lodge, and Weaverville Whitmore Inn. View our featured images for more lodging options.

The city of Redding along the Sacramento River is just over an hour away and is home to Northern California's premier tributary for World-class Trout fishing. Also, Ashland, Oregon is just over 2 hours away with an International Airport in neighboring Medford, Oregon. Trinity Lake is approximately 4 hours from Sacramento, California and the Sacramento International Airport.

The Trinity River Public Boat Ramp is situated along Highway 3, and Interstate 5 is 50 miles from the ramp. This Public Boat Ramp is approximately 6 miles North of the Property by boat & can be utilized for a small $7 fee. If you're flying into the area, Trinity Center Airport is located next to the public boat ramp. In addition to the Trinity River Boat Ramp, there are several other public and private ramps and marinas to access from various points along the lake. Trinity Alps Marina is approximately 6 miles South of the Property by boat & provides a boat launch for private boats for under $10.

Whether you're an avid Angler, Big Game Hunter, Outdoor Enthusiast, or Conservationist on a mission, this versatile mid-point property on Lake Trinity is a natural gem. Contact us today and secure this one-of-a-kind property before it is Sold.

Parcel Size: 58.2 Acres

LANDiO Property ID Number: Ca_Trinity_00001

Elevation: 2,400 feet

Apn: -0

Hoa Fee: None

Property Taxes: $1,600 / year

Title: Free & Clear

Conveyance: Warranty Deed

Approximate Distance to Nearby Cities & Points of Interest

Minutes from the center of Trinity Center, Ca

Bordering Shasta-Trinity National Forest

20 minutes from Trinity Alps Marina to Lewiston, CA : Population 1,200

29 minutes from Trinity Alps Marina to Weaverville, CA : Population 3,600

1 hour from Trinity Alps Marina to Redding, CA : Population 92,000

1 hour 42 minutes from Trinity Center Public Boat Ramp to Mount Shasta

2 hours 19 minutes from Trinity Center Public Boat Ramp to Ashland, OR : Population 21,000

3 hours 47 minutes from Trinity Center Public Boat Ramp to Sacramento, CA : Population 508,000

Gps Coordinates

Northwest Corner: 40.28, -122.703137684931

Northeast Corner: 40.046, -122.694632963388

Southeast Corner: 40.893, -122.694808118639

Southwest Corner: 40.755, -122.702939986748

Center Point: 40.88128, -122.69836

Call or Text Landio anytime for questions or to purchase this property. Please reference the Landio Property ID: Ca_Trinity_00001

More Farm Details

Mountainous Terrain
Land Locked Access
Cell Service
Estimated Annual Taxes
MLS / Internal / Other ID
CA Trinity 00001
Assessor Parcel Number (APN)
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416 Days Ago
Last Updated
159 Days Ago
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