Welcome to CAMP LANEY!

Today's world is becoming more complex each day. Children are exposed to many different lifestyles and values and must choose among them. At Camp Laney we emphasize many traditional values, and our staff and program are directed toward helping each boy lead a happier, richer and more fulfilling life. The camp activities will provide your son with some of his most exciting boyhood memories. He will talk about his adventures at camp for years to come.

Recent Blogs

May Father/Son 2016

It was another great Father/Son Weekend at Camp Laney!  The weather was perfect, despite it being a little chilly on Sunday morning.  We had over 75 dads bring their sons for the weekend, which was our largest Father/Son ever!!  The guys enjoyed all the different activities around camp and some were even brave enough to … Continue reading “May Father/Son 2016”

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Welcome to the New Website

Welcome to the new online home of Camp Laney!! We hope you like the new design, look and feel of the new site!  We spent a lot of time thinking about what our families want when they visit us online.  Hopefully we have given you all you could want.  Here are a couple highlights we … Continue reading “Welcome to the New Website”

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Meet the 2016 Staff

With the 2016 summer almost here, take time to get to know our counselors. We spend all off-season searching for young men with outstanding character, who have a natural liking for and ability to get along with children.  All staff submit an application, go through a face-to-face interview with a director, and submit to reference … Continue reading “Meet the 2016 Staff”

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Directors

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Rob Hammond

Director

Email : rob@camplaney.com

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Whitney Chapman

Associate Director

Email : whitney@camplaney.com

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Luke Durham

Program Director

Email : luke@camplaney.com

“When we drop him off at camp each year, there is a comforting feeling knowing that he is going to be in a safe environment that will challenge him socially, physically and spiritually.”

BY Danna Hodges - Baton Rouge, LA

“Camp Laney is such a special place where a boy can be himself, make friends from other parts of the country and gain confidence all while having the time of his life!”

BY Elizabeth Wood - Signal Mountain, TN

“Words alone cannot explain the great impact Camp Laney continues to have on my life. If I had any advice for those interested in attending or working at Laney it would be to not let this opportunity pass you by!”

BY Chris Kudirka - Camper/Staff

“It has been a particular joy in my life to watch my sons fall in love with this very special place and the magnificent people who make sure that its special purpose is fulfilled.  I have had the distinct pleasure to see both my sons develop dramatically more confidence and self-reliance over just two weeks on top of Lookout Mountain.”

BY William Propst - Former Camper/Staff - Atlanta, GA

“As a staff member, I loved working with young kids and it taught me way more than any college internship could. Some of my life-long friendships were built at camp. I’m a Laney boy for life.”

BY Lee Hogan - Camper/Staff

“The counselors are nice, they are always there for you, they help with all the activities, they take good care of you in your cabin and they play games with us.”

BY Andrew Hodges - Camper, Baton Rouge, LA

“Laney is special because of the family atmosphere. The Laney family is one where once you become a part of it, you’re in it for life. They are always there for you.”

BY Matthew Hall - Camper/Staff

“From (The Directors) Rob, Whitney and Luke, down to each counselor, to every CIT, I know that Laney brings together the type of person I want influencing/teaching my boys during those special weeks on the mountain.”

BY David Rains - Parent, Tuscaloosa, AL

“My favorite things to do at Camp are Zooker Ball and Bombardy. The reason why I like these things is because they are both two of the most fun games in the world.”

BY Thomas Morris - Camper, Dothan, AL

“Every camper comes to Laney a little homesick or nervous. The best part of working at Camp Laney is helping these campers overcome their fears and seeing their maturity grow every day. I wouldn’t trade my Camp Laney experiences for anything.”

BY Logan Lanier - Camper/Staff