Lewiston Lake is a reservoir created by Lewiston Dam on the Trinity River, near the towns of Weaverville and Lewiston in Trinity County, California. Lewiston Lake has the latitude and longitude (40.74396, -122.79347) and the altitude is 1900 feet.
Lewiston Lake provides visitors with an opportunity to enjoy quality camping (with 100 campsites), fishing, boating, and hiking, water-skiing, but it is often overlooked in favor of its nearby big brother, Trinity Lake. There are 15 miles of shoreline. A 10 mph speed limit keeps the water quiet and calm -conditions that are ideal for anglers using canoes and small aluminum boats. Before fishing in Lewiston Lake you should consult with local guides and regulations. Fishermen who have fished at Lewiston Lake are encouraged to post reviews of the Lewiston Lake Fish types and any images they want to share with others.
Things To Do:
- Hatchery Trout
GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
From Redding, take Highway 299 west and drive to Buckhorn Summit, continuing for five miles to Trinity Dam Boulevard. Turn right on Trinity Dam Boulevard and drive 10 miles (five miles past Lewiston) to Lakeview Terrace Resort on the left side of the road. To reach Pine Cove Marina, continue 0.5 mile on Trinity Dam Boulevard.