Trinity Oaks Outdoors


Paige’s Place was donated in 2011 to Trinity Oaks Outdoors in memory of Paige Snyder, niece of Tom Snyder, Trinity Oaks Outdoors’ Founder. Paige was a beautiful young woman who lost her battle with Leukemia at the age of 17. In the last months of her life, Paige was confined to a wheelchair and her family had a difficult time finding a place to enjoy her love of fishing that could accommodate her. Paige’s Place will focus on making the outdoors more accessible for children, veterans, first responders, and their families.

Paige’s Place is a 4-bedroom, 2-bath house with a private first-class fishing pier.  The home can sleep up to 16 people and is fully handicapped accessible.  We do not offer accommodations for individuals, however, if you are a like-minded nonprofit, we are happy to share our blessings with others to expand our impact on our community. If you are a faith-based organization or have like-minded goals, please reach out on the possibility to use our retreats free of charge.

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In December 2012, the Snyder family was dealt another unimaginable tragedy: The parents of Paige, Robert and Beatriz Snyder, were gunned down in their San Antonio home. The victims’ second daughter, Brooke, escaped by jumping out of a second story window. The 20 year-old moved in with family while dealing with her devastating losses. Paige’s Place is a sanctuary, a tribute to the memory of both Paige and her family.