For more than 15 years, Chick-fil-A continues to build upon their WinShape Camps in an effort to give more children “awesome camp experiences.” Started in 1985 by Chick-fil-A founder S. Truett Cathy, WinShape Camps allow boys and girls the opportunity to experience day or overnight camp all sponsored through the restaurant chain.
This 26,600-SF Hub located in Mt. Berry, GA serves as a Camper Activity Center during the summers for the girls camp and is equipped with a rock climbing room, fitness center, covered plaza for a full-size jumping pillow, complete gymnasium for basketball and volleyball as well as the ability to serve as an auditorium during musical performances and plays. In addition to the areas incorporated for activities, the Hub also includes a snack bar for the campers, camp store, bike storage, and meeting rooms for staff and other visitors.
Construction consists of a pre-engineered metal building with hardi-plank siding and other details to resemble a rustic barn. A stone wainscot is incorporated and full-sized glass walls in the rock wall room flood the room in natural light and let the outdoors in.
The gymnasium includes rubber sports flooring and acoustical wall panels, wood flooring around the stage area, and carpet for the administrative offices. The facility is centrally located on the campgrounds and has direct walking access to and from the dormitories through winding nature trails.