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Let us serve you.

Camp Trinity is here to serve our Lord and His people. The camp is open year round as a retreat and conference center.


The camp can accommodate up to 80 overnight guests in bunks, 20 each in four rustic (but heated) cabins, each with bathrooms and showers. The dining hall, big enough to seat 100, has a large commercial kitchen. Camp staff can prepare your meals or you can save money by preparing your own (kitchen use is restricted).

The Family Cabin can accommodate a family of five (one queen, one full and one twin bed). It has its own bath, a sitting area with a flat-screen TV, and a kitchen with sink, fridge, microwave, coffee maker, table and chairs. All linens are provided. The Mini Cabin, with its own bath, sleeps two — one in a twin loft, the other on a futon.


The campground has nine campsites with water and electrical hookups for camping trailers and motorhomes. Most of the sites have a tent pad, picnic table, fire pit, raised grill and lantern pole. All are close to the bath house. Two primitive campsites and one large group campsite big enough for 10 or more tents are also near the bath house. The group sites are ideal for Boy Scout troops or youth groups. The campground has horseshoe pits, sand volleyball court, playground, picnic area and covered pavilion.

Opportunities to serve

Camp Trinity is a small place with a big mission: to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ in an outdoor setting. To continue operating, the camp depends on a lot of people — summer staff, dedicated volunteers, generous donors and camp patrons. If you have a heart for outdoor ministry and want to help, click on the links below.

If you just want to get away for a day, or even just a few hours, stop by Camp Trinity to enjoy the solitude. Walk the camp trails, relax beneath the towering pines, or visit the historic Trinity Church. The coffee pot is always on.

"Whoever drinks the water I give him will never thirst. Indeed, the water I give him will become in him a spring of water welling up to eternal life." John 4:14

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