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Weaverville Area’s Best Location and Best Lodging Value

Just a few miles away from the charming gold rush town of Weaverville, the Indian Creek Lodge is right on a beautiful stretch of the Trinity River in the heart of renowned steelhead and salmon runs. The recent addition of a great little restaurant, The Cafe at Indian Creek, makes Indian Creek Lodge the most complete accommodation in the Weaverville area for business travelers, family vacationers, and anglers alike.

While the Lodge is best known as headquarters for world class fishing for Chinook salmon, steelhead, and German brown trout, it boasts many other attractions for guests year around. Summer months bring bright sunny days and cool mountain nights. Family summer activities include rafting on the river, hiking, gold panning, lounging by the pool, barbequeing, ping pong, volleyball, badminton and horseshoes as well as salmon fishing (check out some of our guest comments from family vacations). Spring is also a beautiful time of year in the mountains, and of course fall and winter bring steelhead season when fishing is the name of the game. In Weaverville the Joss House, a venerable Chinese temple, and the Trinity County Museum are fascinating, and strolling the shops and galleries in Weaverville’s historic area is a great way to while away a few hours. For the more energetic, the Weaverville Basin Trail leads to historic sites around the Weaverville basin, and trailheads into the Trinity Alps Wilderness are not far away.

The Lodge’s beautiful grounds and conference rooms are ideal for groups, retreats, reunions, and weddings. Business travelers appreciate the relaxing atmosphere, free wi-fi, enhanced cell phone reception, and comfortable, immaculate rooms. (check out our guest comments from our business travelers).

Current weather and road conditions can be found by visiting our About Us page, or by clicking here. The Lodge keeps patrons informed with newsletters containing fishing reports along with feel-good news and upcoming events like fly fishing schools. You can subscribe by clicking here.