"Camp is an experience that strengthens one’s life journey; it enables, reinforces, and facilitates
one’s ability to learn for life NOW."
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|REGISTER NOW for 2020 Summer Day Camp Programs!|
Summer camp is a highlight of the year for everyone – campers, parents and our staff! As of today, we are planning to open camp on June 1st. We are busy establishing policies and procedures that follow best practices within the camp community to ensure the safety, health and well-being of our campers and staff as well as following local, state and federal mandates during this pandemic. We will communicate those policies and procedures directly with registered families prior to June 1st. If you have registered for the week prior to June 1st, please call the camp office at (205) 584-6033 or email
Thank you for your continued support. We look forward to serving your family (safely) this summer!
Camp Fire Alabama and Camp Fletcher.
|“You can’t punch keys on a cell phone when you’re in a canoe and the river is running high. You can’t stare at a computer screen when you’re aiming a bow and arrow. There is still freedom and self-discovery to be found between the patches of sun and shade in the woods, and that’s likely something that will never change.” Cherri Ellis, Charter Media|
About Camp Fletcher
Since 1926, Camp Fletcher has been a place for young people to challenge themselves, discover the natural environment and develop new skills. Participants can experience the history as well as the beauty of the natural world around them in a safe and fun environment.
What makes us different?
Day Camp Program!
Camp Fletcher's Day Camp program gives youth in 1st - 9th grade the opportunity to make new friends, try all kinds of fun activities, and spend a consistent amount of time outdoors each day in a safe and secure environment.
Each week includes a variety of scheduled and group planned activities – no two weeks are the same! Campers spend their days canoeing, playing sports & games, fishing, singing, making crafts, hiking the trails, working together, swimming, trying new things, participating in target sports (4th grade +), and so much more!
Campers are divided into small groups of youth of similar ages and led by trained camp counselors, hand-selected for their leadership skills and ability to take care of youth. Learn More.
Camp Fletcher is accredited by the American Camping Association, meeting high standards in health, safety, and program quality.
Location & Directions
Camp Fletcher is located on a quiet and secluded 300 acre site, 5 miles from Exit 1, I-459 in McCalla/Bessemer, AL.
Directions: Take Interstate 459 to Exit #1. If traveling north, exit RIGHT. If traveling south, exit LEFT (back over the interstate). At the red light immediately after exiting turn LEFT onto Bell Hill Road. After approximately 1 mile, you will come to a fork in the road, bear RIGHT. You will then take an immediate RIGHT onto Lou George Loop. Follow Lou George Loop approximately 4 miles. At the stop sign turn RIGHT. Camp Fletcher’s entrance will be on your LEFT.