Camp Gailor-Maxon Details


At Camp Gailor-Maxon, campers enjoy games, crafts, songs, sports, programs, worship and general silliness during the day. Afternoon activities include hikes in the nearby South Cumberland State Park, Swimming, Rappelling, Water Games, Drama, Music, Arts & Crafts, Field Games, Off-Campus trips to the University of the South at Sewanee, and a Day of Service, in which campers choose a service project to do.  Evening activities may include: Bonfire, Trip to All Saints’ Chapel-Sewanee, Carnival/Dance, Counselor Hunt, Capture the Flag, Field Games, CGM Olympics, or Night Swim.  Our programming focuses on helping kids explore their faith and experience living in their own Christian community.  

Room & Board

Campers sleep bunk-style in cabins and eat hearty, home-style meals in the Dining Room in historic Claiborne Hall.


Our Camp Co-Directors for 2018 are Win Bassett, an alumnus of Yale Divinity School and current teacher and coach at Montgomery Bell Academy in Nashville; and Caroline Rossini, who has previously served as youth minister at Christ Church Cathedral and intern at St. George's Episcopal Church, both in Nashville, and is a longtime Camp alumnus and former counselor.


Sample Daily Schedule for Camp Gailor-Maxon


     7:30        Rise and shine!
      8:00  Breakfast
   9:00  Singing, program, worship
   12:00  Lunch
   12:45  Siesta
   2:00  Afternoon activities
   5:00  Free Time
   6:00  Dinner
   7:00  Evening activities
    9:00  Chapel
  Varies  Lights out
     (by age group)  


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