This summer your child could explore the habitats on Trinity Center's 62-acre property. They use dip nets in the sound and pond to find out more about the biology of the various creatures that creep, swim and crawl around on a barrier island. The campers also have the chance to explore the maritime forest and learn about the animals that live among the cedars, live oaks, pines and vines. In the afternoon, students use items they have collected on the trails to create all kinds of art and music. And last, no beach camp would be complete without some time on the sand. So each camp day finishes with some time on the beach or at the pool to rest and think about the day's activities.