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Nicole Feltz Alder
· October 2, 2017
I love Trinity Pines! The staff are kind. I watched the manager ministry to people and pray with them on 2 separate occasions. They do more than run a camp, the show love, kindness, and care for the c...ampers who come through Trinity Pines. Keep up the amazing work! See More
Brian S Medsker
· August 28, 2017
This place is the best! Beautiful grounds! Every staff member is so kind and pleasant. Always going out of their way to do what you need and doing it with a smile. Can't speak high enough about th...e staff!! The food is always great and plenty of it! Our second year here. Can't wait till next year! See More
Nicole Barron
· November 19, 2017
Clean and comfortable rooms in the cabins and the main building is HUGE!!!
Sheryl Cunningham
· August 16, 2017
It was definitely a 5*. Grounds are beautiful, many things to do, services with wonderful speakers, great friends and lots of food. Had a wonderful time.
Steven Eavenson
· March 27, 2017
W;at can I say about 2017 INTERMOUNTAINDISTRICT MENS RETREAT? It was my first retreat, so I will give some very positive remarks. The food was great.I give it a 9.5 just because they didn't serve any ...blueberry pancakes for breakfast. So they lose a half a point. The speakers were excellent. They were very eye opening in what they spoke on and they made me realize that I was guilty of many of the issues that plague us as men. The most convicting thing that opened my eyes was when we were told to close our eyes and imagine Jesus coming face to face and make eye contact with me. What did I see? I saw my saviors face filled with sadness and dissapointment, because of the man I had become. I had to repent and ask for forgiveness. This weekend has become a new beginning for me. I look forward to next year. Hats off to Ron and Nancy Manley for a job well done. See More
Patti Wiseman Adams
· May 27, 2017
We brought over a hundred sixth graders and forty chaperones for a four day stay at Trinity Pines. The camp is beautiful, the staff friendly, and the food delicious. A great time was had by all.
Carlos Gutierrez
· August 8, 2015
Its a great place! this is my second time coming to it,i just hope they can keep up with it,Food was hospital like or a degree blander than it,we stayed in Chafing cabin room 5 where the ac was bad w...ith a termomether hitting the 100degrees farenheit the nights there were sleepless nights, horrible nights,Shower water....was almost non existent,water from sink faucet was 90% more abundant than that of the shower,prblem was reported, but never fixed, people satying in im this room im praying for you,lovely place needing a very needed update.trinity pines keep it up, blessings See More
Sidnei Ahrens
· October 4, 2015
Great company and location. food can definately be better. like for example the bacon was way over cooked. some people do like crispy bacon but i like mine a bit chewey. but two each his own. but othe...r than that donation could help get better mattreses for those with brittle bones. Cant wait to go up again!

Zipline staff was great, explained the process well. calmed the nerves a bit before the jump off.
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Tracy Sullivan
· August 16, 2017
Beautiful grounds and great staff. My family had a ton of fun.
Sharon Bennett
· August 12, 2014
We spent 10 days volunteering and enjoying one of the best camp grounds we have ever experienced. We are looking forward to volunteering next week and then attending Senior Adult camp in September. ... The food, fun and fellowship was extraordinary (esp. the zip line and swing). Hope to see you there. See More
Victor Moreno
· January 2, 2017
Create place to re-connect spiritually. I recommend for retreats or just to take the family for weekend getaway
Heidi Carlton Hoskins
· April 4, 2017
Great accomadations, food, and staff! Beautiful area. I was there for a Christian women's retreat. Had a great time. Will be back next year!
Juliane Lindquist
· January 22, 2017
had a great time! cabins were warm...food was very good.... Hope we get to go back soon!!
Kimberle Lybyer Million
· June 27, 2016
T Pines does such a great job. Senior High Camp was loads of fun. REALLY need to improve the food though. Really.....more thought, more planning, more passion. Please make changes in this area!
Danny Norris
· August 7, 2015
I was one of the first church campers here the best time I have ever had in my life I'm almost 31. Now I was 16 then miss those days
Loretta Noblitt
· September 25, 2015
Love the cabins and the comfort of the area
The food and the obstacle course
Robin Jividen Miller
· July 30, 2016
The camp is very rude to their immediate neighbors. No regard for noise disturbance whatsoever. Their example of Christianity is something I hope they are not teaching the children in attendance at th...eir camps. See More
Danae Hume
· October 25, 2015
So beautiful. The folks are so nice and they make u feel welcome. I would definitely reccomend a stay for any age
Autumn Jensen
· February 28, 2017
Such an amazing time spent here as a Church family retreat beautiful and serean!!!
Spencer Haren
· January 20, 2014
A great place, good food and friendly staff. Jesus is Lord!
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Matt Cochern and Stephanie Austin share about what being a Camp Director means to them. Thanks to all who support Trinity Pines with volunteer hours and financial investments!

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Hilary Chitwood shares about her experience as a parent of campers. Thanks to all who invest in campers at Trinity Pines!

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The Kratzers share some of what it means to make an eternal investment in Trinity Pines.

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Joyce Wheaton shares why she invests her time and money in Trinity Pines.

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The Kratzers take us back to the beginning and share their thoughts about investing in Trinity Pines.

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Even if you haven't been to Trinity Pines recently to see the construction of the new Pole Barn, we've got you (and the equipment) covered! Check out this video to see how one of our Fall Projects progressed to completion.

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Excited for campers to use these new cabins instead of the tents in 2018! Thanks to the prayerful and financial support of many of you, this project is happening! #FallProjects17

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Coming along! We are excited for the completion of the new dry cabins... Thanks for all your support of Fall Projects '17!

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The pole barn is complete! What a useful addition to our property. Thanks again to everyone who is supporting Fall Projects '17!

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What a useful addition to our lineup of buildings on the south end of the property. This pole barn will serve us well as a storage area and even a craft/game area in the summer months! Thank you for your support of Fall Projects '17!

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Taking advantage of this late summer weather to make some progress on our dry cabins. These will replace the canvas tents and be wonderful housing for large camps and retreats! Thank you for your support of Fall Projects '17!

One of our Adult Retreat participants has family in the Houston area, and volunteered to take our relief contributions down! #HurricaneHarvey

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Northwest Nazarene University Men's basketball team completed a service project at Trinity Pines. Thanks, Sader Men!

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