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Welcome
To Historic Weaverville!

Home of the Weaverville Community Forest 
 
"Weaverville is a small gem of a town (a veritable Shangri-La) on the National Register of Historic Places.  You can easily spend a day here just strolling around, visiting art galleries, museums and other historic structures."
- Lonley Planet Guide - July 7, 2009

RoadTrip with Huell HowserRecently featured on
Road Trip with Huell Howser
on most California PBS stations.

Click here for program details. 

 Find Recreation

 

Weaverville Basin TrailBike the Weaver Basin Trail
Raft the Trinity River
Golf Trinity Alps Golf Course
Fish Trinity County streams











Experience Events

Hear Live Music
View Trinity County Art
Attend a Play
Learn at the History Center 




Read A Book
About Weaverville & Trinity County

Klamath Knot coverThe Klamath Knot
- David Rains Wallace

Traveling The Trinity Highway
 - Lowell Bennion

Trinity Alps Companion
 - Wayne F. Moss




Discover Communities
of Trinity County, CA

Photo of Mule Bridge

River Rafting in Big Flat

Fly Fishing in Douglas City
Waterskiing at Trinity Lake
Wine tasting in Hyampom







Historic Weaverville, California

is a rural community nestled at the base of the magnificent Trinity Alps Wilderness area in Trinity County, California.  

Weaverville hosts an active visual and performing arts community with many galleries, coffeehouses and a new performing arts center.
Performances and art openings are continue throughout the year insuring great entertainment on almost any given weekend.

 Weaverville, on the National Register of Historic Places is the county seat of Trinity County and has also been recently designated a Preserve America Community

Trinity County features vast resources and vibrant communities beyond Weaverville.  Please click on the links provided to view all that we have to offer.
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Legend has it that Weaverville was part of the inspiration for James Hilton's Lost Horizon, Weaverville being the example of the mythical Shangri-La.   On the National Register of Historic Places, Weaverville's Historic District has also recently been designated a Preserve America Community

Unlike a number of other historic town's, Weaverville's Historic District continues to thrive with business activity including coffeehouses, gift shops, clothing stores, antique stores and one of the oldest active County Court Houses in California.

The Weaverville Joss House, a California Historic State Park,  is still an active place of worship and is also available for visitor tours.  

The Trinity County Historical Society has been an active part of the continuing education of visitors and locals regarding the history of Weaverville.

The Trinity County Museum and their volunteer staff are also a wonderful resource for information, background and local legends.