Beautiful campground on Lewiston Lake. Central dump station and potable water faucets scattered around the campground. We were there after they had shut off water, the dump station, rest rooms, and garbage service for the season (there were a couple of porta-potties), so it was on the $7/night winter rate. With our Golden Age Pass it was $3.50. When you enter the campground, you must immediately turn either right of left. While we were there, the loop to the left was closed for the season, so we had to turn right. Although many of the sites on that right-hand loop were long enough for a big rig, the road was not wide enough to drive through the loop. We had to back out of the campground when we left. The closed loop to the left had even more large sites, and any size rig could navigate the loop at that end. For a smaller RV, there were many nice sites in both loops, some with shade and some in the open. Sites are grass or gravel, and many had rocks or posts bordering them, making them too narrow for rigs with slides on both sides. Good Verizon voice signal, marginal data signal. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Small park in beautiful green surroundings - mostly pull-throughs and plenty shade from trees. Very well maintained by exceptional hosts. Also some very nice permanent residents. We had a bit of trouble finding it, as we didn't see any signs for Trinity Dam Blvd per instructions and hadn't a good enough map to show just where it was - i.e., miles off the main highway. Wi-Fi only near office. Didn't use restrooms but am sure they'd be A1. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here over a non-holiday weekend. The park is nice, although small. It is located near the Old Lewiston Bridge and town. Walking to town takes about 10 minutes. It is well kept and the facilities are very clean. There is no WiFi to speak of at the campsites and our phone reception was non-existent with Verizon. We saw deer come through each evening headed to the river. Fishing is nearby both on the Trinity River and Lewiston Lake. As far as we could tell, there were no pull-through sites. Backing up was a problem as the full time residents park in the drive area. This would be a problem on a holiday weekend as the sites are close to each other. We would stay again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Beautiful quiet place to stay for a while. Nice big trees. The sites are one beautiful grass. You need a little levelling on your front or rear, but you are in the mountains. We don't fish, but it must be heaven for those that fish. Nice little town on walking distance. A lot to see when driving around. A few long stayers, but the place is kept very well and tidy. Very nice owners. Wi-Fi only at the office or if you are parked near, but very fast. A few channels on our antenna. We will sure come back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed only one night to attend family function at the Trinity Alps resort. Residents were very helpful as was staff. There are many seasonal units here but also room for we transients. We parked on a grass site with plenty of space for a patio. You can walk to the river for fly fishing. There are a few restaurants in town. This is a great spot for the fisherman in a beautiful area. We would return again. We camped here in a Motorhome.