Facilities at Trinita

The Main House

Meeting Room1 large meeting room with a flat screen television and DVD player, or an LCD projector with screen so you can show a PowerPoint or movie. You can also celebrate Mass in this area.


1 smaller meeting room for either a small group session or a smaller number of people.


Our dining room, where the coffee is always on.  Your entire group can eat their meals together or when it isn’t meal time, use this space as another meeting room.


The main house also has 1 dorm room that can sleep 6.  You will need to bring your own sheets and blankets or sleeping bags and pillows to any of our sleeping areas.

The Lodge

Lodge3The Lodge is a large open area for large group gatherings, a place to celebrate Mass, or to gather around by the fireplace.  You can also enjoy some recreation time, playing Ping-Pong, foosball, or listening to music.


The Lodge

The Cabins

Trinita has 4 cabins. Each cabin has 12 beds, 1 bathroom, and 1 shower area.  Cabins can be used all year long, even in the cold winter months of Connecticut.


Outdoor Spaces

Trinita has 123 Acres of land, mostly woods and wetlands, but we do have our areas as well for some fun in the sun.

VolleyballCourt  The Volleyball Court

BaseballField  The Baseball Field

Playscape The playscape

Basketball1:2courtThe basketball 1/2 court

PicnicAreaThe Pavilion

FirePitThe Firepit

GrottoThe Grotto 

The Low Ropes Course

Ropes Wild WoozeyWild Woozey:

The object for this element is to work together with a partner to see how far along the cable you can get.




Ropes Whale WatchWhale Watch:

The object of this element is to have the group perform various challenges without the edges of the platform touching the ground.



Ropes Swinging Log

Swinging Log:

The object of this element is to perform various group challenges while balancing on this log that is suspended in the air.



Ropes Spider Web

Spiders Web:

The objective of this element is to cross from one side of the spider’s web to the other without touching the web. The group must create a plan that takes participant physical ability and size to lift, pass, and spot participants in order to get them through.


Ropes Mohawk Walk

Mohawk Walk;

The object of this element is to get the entire group along the series of foot cables that are strung between various trees without touching the ground.  Groups will need to form a strategic plan and execute it.


Ropes Birds Nest(2)

The Birds Nest:

The object of this element is through spotting and proper lift techniques, get the entire group up and into the net that is suspended off the group between 4 trees.