Camp Trinity Friends - Family- Traditions
Can I choose my weeks?
Yes, you can pick any combination of weeks for your summer at Trinity; utilizing camp transportation requires a a 4 week minimum enrollment.
Do you provide lunch?
There is an optional lunch program; it is catered in and you can pick one lunch a week or all 5 days - your choice!
How are the children grouped?
Campers are put in groups by grade completed. Coed groups are the 7th graders, Cit's (8th graders), and the 3 and 4 year old group.
What are drop off and pick up times?
Drop off is 8:50 am - 9:20 am and Pick up is 3:45 - 4:10 pm *This could change if any covid restrictions are still in place - we would then broaden our drop off times. *We also offer extended hours starting at 7 am and ending at 6 pm - there is an additional fee.
How do swim lessons work?
Each camper comes to a swim lesson each morning; our swim staff is excellent and they will place the campers in lessons based on ability. Our swim instructors also lifeguard in the afternoon, so they know the children well - the pool rules are strict for safety but we manage to have the best time at the pool - Friday pool/dance parties are a weekly favorite!
Is there a camp uniform?
No. We strongly encourage campers to wear sneakers and/or closed toe water shoes everyday to camp. Pack flip flops or sandals for the pool. With all the outdoor activities it is safer to wear a sturdier shoe. *If we are permitted to do field trips there is a camp t-shirt that can be purchased.
Who are the counselors/staff?
There are specialty instructors throughout the camp - Archery, Craft, Fishing and Boating, Swimming, Cooking, Music/Drama, Nature, and others. There are a minimum of 2/3 counselors per group with an average number of 15 campers. Younger group ratio is 1:4. Our staff is compromised of teachers, professionals, college students and high school students as junior counselors. Most importantly - they are a group of dedicated individuals who love spending their summers at Trinity with your children. All staff are screened and have current background checks. Most of my professional staff have been with me for over 17 years.
What should we pack each day?
Towel, water bottle, lunch (unless buying), swimsuit (most wear to camp), goggles (if your child wears them), and spending money for snack shack if allowed.
What is the snack shack?
The snack shack opens everyday at lunchtime and it is a camper favorite. We sell drinks, ice cream, chips and various other delicious treats.
How do I register?
Go to the 'Online Forms" tab and register online. Don't forget to submit deposit for each camper enrolling.