Our 2017 summer camp schedule and applications are posted on our website and registration is open for both camps so get your applications in now for a summer of sun, sea and sand! Summer Sound to Sea campers may register by phone.
For those new to the Trinity Center experience, during the regular school year Trinity Center hosts Sound to Sea, the only accredited environmental education program on the Outer Banks, offering schools a habitat based, multi-disciplinary, hands-on learning experience for their students with certified educators.
During the summer, local children can have the same Sound to Sea experience through our Summer Sound to Sea Day Camp. As with our residential program, kids have a chance to explore the coastal habitat using dip nets to catch and study aquatic creatures, explore the maritime forest and learn about the animals that live among the live oaks, and create art and music. And of course, no beach camp would be complete without plenty of time in the ocean, and in our pool, with certified lifeguards.
Camp Trinity is a summer residential camp sponsored by the Episcopal Diocese of East Carolina at Trinity Center, and, this will be our 30th summer season! Camp Trinity is proud to be accredited by the American Camping Association and while there is a strong Christian presence, Camp Trinity is open to all campers.
Camp Trinity offers young people an opportunity to experience camping in an enjoyable and beautiful setting on North Carolina’s Southern Outer Banks, between Bogue Sound and the Atlantic Ocean. Unique opportunities not available at other camps are every day programs at Camp Trinity.
Traditional activities include:
- Swimming instruction
- Sailing and canoeing
- A variety of sports
- Challenge Courses and Teamwork Initiatives
- Arts and Crafts
- Evening entertainments (singing, skits, dances, etc.)
The Camp Trinity program is administered by an experienced staff, of college-age and older individuals, with a ratio of one staff person for every four campers. The Summer Staff consists of trained counselors who are responsible for the care and nurture of campers in their cabin life and camp activities, program staff who plan and implement the recreational program activities for campers, a certified staff of lifeguards and instructors who oversee the swimming and boating programs, and a nurse who cares for the medical needs of campers. Camp sessions are led by volunteer leaders, clergy, and laity.
Call 1-800-874-6287 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.