How to find us

Nestled in the mountains, Indian Creek Lodge is just 35 miles west of Redding & I-5, and two hours from Eureka, but a world removed from the hustle and bustle of urban California. The Lodge is in the heart of the renowned Trinity River salmon and steelhead drifts, and just a few miles from the charming gold rush town of Weaverville and trailheads into the Trinity Alps Wilderness.

Our physical address is 59741 Hwy 299 West, Douglas City, CA 96024

Please note that some guests report Google Maps & other GPS systems can have trouble finding us. The map below is accurate, as are the driving directions listed underneath.

 

Northbound on I-5: In Redding take Exit 678, bear left “Eureka/Weaverville/Highway 44 West”.  Cross the Sacramento River, at the second stop light (Pine Street) turn right, go one block, then left on Eureka Way which becomes Highway 299 West.  Straight ahead (west) on 299 W for approximately 35 miles, passing Whiskeytown Lake and Buckhorn Summit (the Shasta County/Trinity County line).  Indian Creek Lodge is on the right 12.9 miles from Buckhorn Summit, just after a long downgrade and the highway starts paralleling the Trinity River.

Southbound on I-5: approaching Redding take exit #681B “Market Street, 299 West” putting you on North Market Street.  Stay on 299W through Redding, turning right at Eureka Way. Straight ahead (west) on 299W for approximately 35 miles, passing Whiskeytown Lake and Buckhorn Summit (the Shasta County/Trinity County line). Indian Creek Lodge is on the right 12.9 miles from Buckhorn Summit, just after a long downgrade and the highway starts paralleling the Trinity River.

Eastbound  on Highway 299: Indian Creek Lodge is on the left one mile past the bridge over the Trinity River at Douglas City (about 8 miles past Weaverville).