Mary Page’s earliest memories are at Merri-Mac and she started as a camper when she was 7 years old. Her years have been measured by counting down until summer for as long as she can remember. Will spent his college summers working at a camp on the North Carolina coast where he developed a passion for camp and experienced the unique impact that overnight camping can have in a child’s life.
Mary Page and Will met while in college at UNC-Chapel Hill and got married in 2018 after each finishing Master’s degrees at Wake Forest University. They represent the third generation of the Boyd family leading Camp Merri-Mac, and they are now counting down the days until their daughter, Annie Mac, can move into Tweedle Dee to start her camp story!
Camp is an adventure, and Mary Page and Will are excited to experience it each summer alongside our Merri-Mac girls.
The Boyd family has owned and operated Camps Merri-Mac and Timberlake for over forty-five years. Adam and Ann still have as much fun as the campers, and remain directors alongside their daughter, Mary Page, and son-in-law, Will.
Adam and Ann met while on summer staff at Merri-Mac. After graduating from Wofford College, and later earning a M.Div. from Reformed Theological Seminary, Adam returned to camp where he served for ten years as the Timberlake Director. In the fall of 2001, Adam began directing Merri-Mac also. Ann holds a B.A. from Converse College and shares Adam’s role as Camp Director. Together they are committed to sharing summers of fun and growth with camp age children.