Where the Appalachians begin there’s a little slice of heaven.

Arriving at Camp Mac the first time,

you wind along Cheaha Road until, suddenly, you round a bend to find yourself looking at what appears to be a quaint village of forest-green buildings arranged on each side of the road and tucked into a glade of graceful pines. Far below you twin lakes glint through the trees. This is Camp Mac, unspoiled by the decades, immaculately kept, and perfectly equipped to provide memories that will last a lifetime.

Location and Facilities

The Cabins

Where We Sleep

Absent of the typical double-decker bunk beds, every cabin features built-in single cabin beds hand-crafted of 3/4-inch plywood, with storage compartments underneath – eliminating the need for foot-lockers. Tucked into the shade of stately old pines, the cabins require only attic and ceiling fans to be cool enough to require a blanket at bedtime! Restroom and shower facilities have tile floors and plenty of hot water! But living quarters tell only part of the story.

The Rec Hall

Where We Hold Special Events

  • Centrally located in the Quadrangle
  • Camp “radio station”
  • Big rock fireplace
  • 12-foot movie screen
  • Surround sound
  • Intercom system to each cabin
  • Chimes System
  • 3,696 square feet
  • Stage for skits and talent shows
  • Quick change stage scenery flats
  • Four-color lighting system

Our horses eat over a ton of feed and more than 8,000 pounds of hay each week!

The Stables

Where We Ride

  • 2 outdoor riding arenas (20,000 sq. ft. and 12,250 sq. ft.)
  • Feeding stalls to accommodate more than 45 horses
  • Covered riding arena (14,500 sq. ft.)
  • More than 10 miles of trails through the forest

Note: While many camps lease their horses, we own ours. We believe having horses you know enhances the experience and safety of our campers. During the off-season, Camp Mac horses enjoy our 122-acre farm just a few miles from Camp.

The Gymnasium

Where We Play Inside

  • Hardwood basketball court
  • Lighting for night games
  • Game room with air hockey, foosball, and vintage video games
  • Ping-pong tables
  • Indoor obstacle course
  • 3,500 square feet
  • Electric scoreboard
  • Sound system

The Infirmary

Where We Go To See The Nurse

  • Quietly located
  • Reception area
  • 5 private bedrooms
  • Nurse and nurse’s assistant apartments
  • Air-conditioned

Girl On Water Slide Blob Boy and girl tubing on lake

The Waterfront

Where We Play In The Lake

  • Skiing, canoeing, and more on Lower Lake
  • Skiing, fishing, and boating on Upper lake
  • 2 boathouses
  • Ski boats, power boats, and a pontoon boat
  • Canoes, kayaks, waterbikes, paddleboards
  • 36-foot Blob
  • 30-foot rope swing
  • 25-foot tube slide
  • Rolling log
  • 14-foot Iceberg
Jumping Into the Pool

The Swimming Pool

Where We Play In The Water

Built before filter systems, ours was the first pool in this part of Alabama. Long ago, they used to drain it once a week for cleaning!

Pool basketball
  • 75 x 35 foot swimming pool
  • Fiberglass diving board
  • Poolside trampoline
  • Water basketball goal
  • 52-foot long waterslide
  • 12-foot aqua climbing wall
  • Large sundeck
  • Pool Gazebo
  • 2 lifeguard stations
Girl Rock Climbing Boy shooting bow and arrow

Everything Else

Where We Go For Everything Else

  • Dining Hall
  • Little Theater
  • Wilderness Skills building
  • 16 campfire sites around camp
  • 89 Pavillion
  • Large outdoor amphitheatre
  • 1,440- square-foot arts and crafts building
  • Canteen and gazebo
  • Miles of Trail Cart trails
  • Official NRA 50-foot rifle range
  • Archery range
  • 18 hole putt putt golf course
  • 9-hole frisbee golf course
  • 8 concrete tetherball courts
  • Beege Ball (Gaga Ball)
  • 3 ground-level trampolines
  • 3 shuffleboard courts
  • 2 softball fields
  • 3 Plexi-Pave tennis courts
  • Tennis practice area
  • 40-foot rappelling and climbing tower
  • Water balloon forts
  • Batting cage
  • Numerous hiking trails
  • Large campfire overlooking Lower Lake
  • 100-yard zipline through the trees
  • 1,000-foot sky ziplines through the trees and over Lower Lake
  • Skeet course
  • Weight-training gazebo
  • Covered sports court
  • 2 sports court volley ball courts
  • Many miles of mountain bike trails