Started in 1948 by the late Mr. Rupert Morris, Trinity Cabins became the first tourist cabins in Newfoundland. They very quickly grew into a well-loved, respected and popular tourist establishment. As the years passed by, Trinity Cabins expanded and grew with the times. It has catered to people from all parts of this beautiful province of Newfoundland, throughout Canada, United States and Europe.
In 1971, as the need for trailer accommodations arose, Mr. Morris added 12 serviced trailer sites to the increasingly popular Trinity Cabins. In 1995, Coreine and Glenn Johnson purchased Trinity Cabins. Coreine, being a 13-year employee of Trinity Cabins, knew the running of the business and has loved and appreciated each day she has worked there. Henry Hutchings purchased Trinity Cabins from Coreine and Glenn in 2015 and made many improvements to the property.
In 2021, Corey Jones, purchased Trinity Cabins. Corey and the Trinity Cabins team are honoured to continue to build on this historic business in the many years to come.
"I've been coming to this place with my parents and grand parents every year since I was a toddler. This year I returned with my own children, and plan on doing so every year from here on out. This place is like a home away from home to me and the staff are more like family then anything else. They always go that extra mile to make sure you enjoy your stay. Keep up the great work."
"We stayed at the campground for two nights and something about it was so appealing. It was like stepping back in time in a very good way. The dump station was a bit precarious but it worked out fine. The manager was really nice and she was very accommodating to our needs. The location is great for visiting Trinity and the surrounding area. We would definitely stay here again."
"We stayed here for 2 nights while visiting Trinity. The location worked great to get into town for the Plays The staff was very helpful with the little things we had forgotten to bring along. Full kitchen and BBQ to make our own meals was convenient. Two bed cottages overlooking the Bay, great views."
"Peaceful area, great view, minutes from "downtown" Trinity. Excellent customer service. Cabins have everything you want, comfortable beds, showers, fridge, stove, even cable television. Will definitely return, and definitely recommend to anyone looking for a cute, cozy, carefree place to stay near Trinity."
What would it cost to have an extra person stay in a room?
Each extra person, beyond the units standard capacity, costs $10 a night.
Can I bring my pet?
Yes, you can! There is an extra charge of $20 for pets.
Are there many restaurants and eateries in the area?
Yes, there are many dining options in the area! In our main building you will find a cafe with coffee, ice cream and a convenience store with basic groceries. There is a grocery store and gas station in nearby Port Rexton, as well as many restaurants in both Trinity and Port Rexton!