Private tent camping under the stars with dark sky. Mountain stream running through all campsites, community areas, swimming holes & lodge with rustic accommodations. Children 12/under camp free! Teach them respect for animals & habitat! Southern Trinity is 2+ hours to Shasta Mountain. Price reflects our Leave No Trace expectation! PACK SMART: bring a reusable water bottle
Private tent camping under the stars with dark sky. Mountain stream running through all campsites, community areas, swimming holes & lodge with rustic accommodations. Children 12/under camp free! Teach them respect for animals & habitat! Southern Trinity is 2+ hours to Shasta Mountain. Price reflects our Leave No Trace expectation! PACK SMART: bring a reusable water bottle!
Seasonal FIRE BAN: No Open flame, BBQs & Propane ok!
Secluded camping on 100+acres of woodlands, cold mineral springs with trails extending into southern Trinity, Shasta-Trinity National Forest and Mt. Chanchelulla Wilderness Area. LEAVE NO TRACE!
Road difficulty is actually fair to good- if you take the main road, use odometer as opposed to GPS: maps do not cover national forest very well understandably (tip) they do not show dirt road as opposed to paved. Follow my directions given upon booking carefully.
Check in location is the FREE public National Forest Campground next to us- hipcamp.com/california/shasta-trinity/deerlick-springs-campground
**We currently have ice available in our general store along with a few other items!
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The first Earth Day was April 22, 1970. The idea was to raise awareness about our role in protecting our natural world.
It’s hard to believe today but many people were not aware of some serious environmental issues—from air pollution to toxic dumps to pesticides to loss of wilderness.
It started out as more of a political movement, though today it was become a popular day for many communities to clean up litter, plant trees, or simply reflect on nature.
Wednesday, April 22
Earth Day 2020
- Check in: After 9AM
- Check out: Before 4PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Rugged trails for advanced mountain biking
Easy and advanced private hiking trails
Woodpeckers, hawks, golden eagles, fox, deer & wild trout
Natural features you'll find at Trinity Outpost Wilderness Resort in California.
Douglas fir, cedarwood, oak, maple, cottonwood, dogwood & madrones
Chanchululla Summit is double peek 6k+ and is Trinity's most prodominant peek. Box Canyon trail is easy following Browns Creek....Read more
River, stream or creek
Browns Creek runs year round and has wild trout, salamanders and many birds.
Private swimming holes along the stream
The vibe at Trinity Outpost Wilderness Resort
Places to see near Historic Mineral Springs
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Amazing, amazing, AMAZING place to camp! The river is perfect depth and feels perfectly refreshing; the campsites are fantastically well kept though it should be notes that not all have cooking grills over fire pits. Best of all is the community lodge with filtered mineral water, toilets with plumbing, and even a shower! One night is not enough, stay for as long as you can!
Our experience here was absolutely magical! It won’t be the last time for sure! Carrie is an amazing host! She was welcoming upon our arrival, and her hospitality was excellent! We all really enjoyed learning about all of the history of the place. The grounds were peaceful, the hikes were beautiful, and the swimming holes were so refreshing and energizing, this place is an absolute dream and we are so grateful we had the opportunity to stay here!
This is a beautiful camp! Very much worth the drive, easily made it in a 2wd vehicle. We slept next to a babbling brook and enjoyed the stillness and quiet of the peaceful woods. Carrie is an awesome host and we can't wait to go back
I was so impressed with the campsite. The location was so peaceful and gorgeous. The campsites are very far to eachother you feel like private camping.
Host was just amazing, informational and very helpful.
Will go again with no doubt..
Trinity Outpost Wilderness Resort is wonderful! The property is beautiful. The hosts are very kind and generous. I’m very excited to bring more friends here in the near future. Lovely experience all around!
This place is w-o-n-d-e-r-f-u-l. I barely had time to fully appreciate my stay and had to work for part of it, but I had a blast exploring the land, making a campfire, and taking a dip in the stream.
The community here is very sweet and welcoming, but they kept a respectful distance as I'm sure they could tell I was busy.
Will definitely be dropping by again for a longer stay to hang out with the community and take a look at all of the amazing things happening on this property.
Oh my God! Amazing! So safe so beautiful so friendly so private everything I wanted and more! You can really get lost here there’s so much to explore and so much history in this place! The mineral baths gave me new life! I will definitely be coming back! Thank you Carrie thank you Cody for a great trip your excellent hosts!