Camp Grace is a privately owned and operated property of over 220 acres in Mobile, Alabama.
Here is a brief description of our on-site facilities.
The lodge over looks the lake with a large back porch, bathrooms, small kitchen and small meeting area.
The Rec Center is the largest of our 3 Central AC buildings that was built with the intention of old fashioned community, board games, books, ping pong, and other activities. It also however has been the home of prayer services, dances, rainy day activities, classes, and meetings.
This outdoor building is the largest at camp and doubles as the dining facility. We do not have a full kitchen, but we can cook already prepared meals in a creative manner. This is also where most of the fish are caught and people relax in the shade while watching friends experiencing the waterfront activities.
This is the smallest of the three central AC buildings and is used for its name in the summers. Throughout the year, however it is used for a number of uses including smaller group meetings.
We have 48 small rustic cabins in a range of sizes from 1 queen bed, 2 bunks, to 5 bunks to allow a variation of uses and accomidation. Camp Grace staff will help assign them according to each groups needs.
The older of the two bathhouses, located walking distance from the pavilion and waterfront.
This bathhouse lives up to its name and it completely handicap accessible and modified to handle a range of situations.
Some activities that Camp Grace offers are listed below:
Camp Grace offers a team building Odyssey III High Ropes Course as well as a team communication building Low Ropes Course. The course is safely operated by our highly trained and qualified ropes course volunteer staff.
The swimming area is marked off by depth at 3 levels, red for beginniers and small children, yellow for intermediate swimmers and water basketball, and white for advanced swimmers and includes a platform for them to jump from.
The groups can also enjoy canoes, kayaks, paddle boats, paddle boards and inflatable kayaks.
A WIBIT jungle gym system centered by a climbing tower and includes a Tarzan swing, blob, and obstacle course option.
We have both able bodied and adaptive archery.
Bradley Elliot Outdoor Recreation Area
• Half basketball court
• Sand volleyball
• Paddle ball wall (although most kids prefer to play wall ball)
• Junior sized soccer goals
Horses and services are provided by:
Celisses School of the Equestrian Arts
For more information of Celisses School of the Equestrian Arts, please visit their Facebook site HERE.
Silver Lining Farm
For more information of Silver Lining Farm please visit their website HERE.
Our mission is to create a fun and adventurous environment that existing camps can use for their campers. We work with a variety of organizations that focus on providing recreational camping experiences for children with health issues.
Go to OUR CAMPS page to learn more about each camp that we serve, and which one is best suited for you. Also, go to our CONTACT page to learn more how you can be part of the mission of Camp Grace, sign up to volunteer for one of the camps we host each year, or just learn more about how you can help us put a smile on a child’s face.