We are a residential overnight camp serving campers who have completed grades 1-12. Campers will live in a small group known as a “family.” Each year features new activities that progress as campers grow through the program. Favorite camp activities include crafts, worship, campfire, swimming, boating, ropes course, climbing tower, and cookouts.
2024 Winter/Spring Retreats & Events
- Winter Break Day Camp- January 2-5
- Snow Camp Jr.- January 27
- Snow Camp- February 3
- February Quilt Retreat- February 15-18
- February Scrapbook Retreat- February 22-25
- Knit & Crochet Get-A-Way Day- February 24
- Scrapbook Get-A-Way Day- February 24
- *NEW* Board Games Weekend- March 1-3
- Mother Daughter Retreat- March 9-10
- Spring Break Day Camp- April 1-5
- Birdwatchers Retreat- May 2-4
- Pastors Sabbath- May 6-7
- Women’s Camp- May 30-June 1
Projects in Progress
There are many projects that are vital to improving the sanctuary of Camp Mack. Whether you want to learn about the reasons for going solar, the Planting the Future Capital Campaign, or the smaller projects, its all available at campmack.org/campmack.org/projects
Everyone needs a break, a time to get-a-way, learn something new or do something you really enjoy. Get-A-Way days offer a “mini retreat”… so come, let your soul be renewed, refreshed and revived! Make a new friend or reconnect with an old friend as you choose from a wide variety of programs.
As you look through these events please note that several events are planned for the same day. Bring your whole family, bring a friend or just come alone to Camp Mack for the day and Get-A-Way.
Find your Get-a-Way Day in the categories of Nature, Adventure, Hobbies, and Life Skills.
Adult & Family Retreats
Camp Mack is a great place for … all seasons of the year … all seasons of one’s life. We have many events ranging from birdwatching to family camps to needing a little quiet time to strengthen your spirituality.
Planting the Future
PLANTING THE FUTURE
The Capital Campaign for Camp Mack
This is a pivotal time in the life of Camp Alexander Mack. In the 95 years of our ministry, generations of children and adults have had their faith sparked, their understanding of God reinforced, and their spiritual lives renewed and refreshed through the sanctuary experience created here. It is time to make certain future generations have the same opportunities.