About Camp

Camp Winnataska has furnished a woodsy spot for summer adventure for girls and boys in the state of Alabama across two centuries. Children from all backgrounds and from many hometowns and religions enjoy traditional hiking, canoeing, and campfires from the old days, along with a wide variety of recently introduced specialized activities.

In 2018, we will celebrate our 100th birthday, and we invite the community to follow our gleam to the future. With our roots in the early 1900s, some Winnataska families have participated in the camp for five and six generations, experiencing the transformation of “Christian camping at its best.” We are excited about our upcoming Centennial Celebration in 2018!

In the last 100 years, Winnataska has:
•positively influenced lives for almost a century

•served as a home away from home for 100,000 youngsters

•excelled in the stewardship of 1,400 acres of beautiful woodlands in the middle of Alabama

•preserved the lore of local Native Americans

•created a family that takes care of itself

•presented the setting for children and teenagers to grow up, and find independence and responsibility

•provided a classroom for teaching conservation and appreciation of nature and the great outdoors

•garnered a marker from the Alabama Historical Association

•challenged young people to be leaders and to follow their dreams

•introduced a loving God to thousands of children

•sustained a long accreditation history with the American Camp Association (ACA)

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