Surrounded by more than 500 acres in the picturesque North Georgia Appalachian and Blue Ridge mountains, Camp Barney Medintz campers experience the magic of summer camp amidst mountains, lakes, rushing streams and pine forests, and the joy of making lifelong friends while challenging themselves with new activities and gaining self-confidence and independence that will benefit them for a lifetime. Along the way, each and every day, they develop and solidify their connection to their Jewish identity. Camp Barney Medintz is truly Our Summer Place.
Uniquely-designed cabins are built around each lake and located within separate "villages" (for each age/grade). It also boasts the 18,000 sq. ft. Alterman Lodge Dining Hall and Kosher Kitchen, the Halpern Center Gymnasium and Amphitheater, the Spectacular Zaban Chapel, the Brill Equestrian Center, four lighted tennis courts, over 12 acres of groomed ball-fields, a nature and reptile center, the Babbit Center, "Barney's Ark," Israeli Cultural Center, Halpern Creative Arts Center, an Olympic-size swimming pool, water-ski docks, a dance studio and a modern 5,000 sq. ft. infirmary overlooking "the Sukkah" and the Lake Wendy beachfront.