Trinity Pines – STAFF info
Large bunk style rooms of various sizes. Bunk rooms may be shared between groups. More details HERE
Bathrooms: Varies – Bathhouses in the bunkhouse area of camp. Most buildings with large bunk rooms have bathrooms in each large room area
Bed types: Mostly twin/Bunk beds. Some rooms have Queen size beds –we ask them to provide the queen size bedding
Buildings typically used: A variety of the bunk houses and lodges (lodges are also filled with bunk beds)
Linens: Bed linens & towels NOT provided for Twin size beds. We ask Trinity Pines to provide the Queen size bedding
Lost Keys: $10
mini fridges available for medicine?: unknown
Meals will be served in: the Dining Hall
Food Allergies: Trinity Pines not fulfilling all dietary restrictions. gluten free allergy, dairy, nut, vegetarian are the main ones they are accommodating for.
Note food allergies on the rooming list and our staff will report these to the camp location
Worship Room: Smith Worship Center
Camp Office: Smith Worship Center #1
Check In: Smith Worship Center #4 – Check In Map
Parking: plenty available
Extra Meals: They need to check in to the office and pay $10 day use and $8.50 per meal
Golf Carts: Trinity Pines does not have anything to do with the golf carts but there are a few companies around that will deliver on site. Steve’s Golf Cars is in Huntsville and Lake Livingston Golf Carts is in Onalaska. Both of those are neighboring towns. Golf Cars of Houston come from Conroe and Houston. Trinity Pine’s experience is that Lake Livingston is the best price and service.
Additional Forms Required?
- Trinity Pines Packet of forms
- Participant Form: Must be scanned – SL needs a copy, TP needs a copy and we recommend the church keeps a copy
- Medication Form: The state of TX requires all medication be kept in a locked box for camps like ours. This form must be filled out and turned in with the medication to Trinity Pine’s camp nurse upon arrival (during check in)
- Transportation Form: only has to be filled out by the group leader. Print, sign, bring to camp to be turned into TP
- Church Agreement: once signed, print out a copy that comes to your email for TP
- Child Protection Training: Bring a printed completion certificate to turn into TP
Trinity Pines wants ALL of the forms they require to be printed (not scanned/emailed)
Register For This Camp
Trinity Pines – STAFF infoLocated just two hours north of Houston, Trinity Pines is a beautiful lakefront campus is full of exciting attractions for kids in a safe, remote area. Kids will easily be able to find space to focus and process their experience with God in a Christ-centered spiritual setting.
EATTrinity Pines strives to provide a quality food service experience for all its guests with balanced meals, salad bar, and dessert.
SLEEPTrinity Pines offers a wide variety of housing options of varying sizes and styles, including cabins, group houses, motel style, and bunkhouses.
Student Life assigns housing based upon max occupancy of a room. Example: If a room has two queen beds, four people are assigned to that room. If there are two queen beds and a sleeper sofa, six people are assigned to that room.
In some situations, groups may share cabin space with another group.
When you submit your Participant List, you can let us know any specific housing requests and adult policies. We will do our best to accommodate all requests when space allows.