Coppermine, which runs Baltimore area fitness centers, camps and sports programs at 14 facilities, has acquired ACAC Fitness & Wellness, formally known as the MAC, in Timonium.
ACAC, on Timonium Road, will become Coppermine Health & Fitness on Nov. 1, the health and fitness company said Wednesday.
The Timonium facility, one of the state’s largest fitness centers at 65,000 square feet, will be Coppermine’s fifth health and fitness club. The club underwent a $2 million renovation in 2019 and offers new equipment and upgrades to the aquatics center’s five pools. Coppermine plans to bring additional adult and kids programming to the site next year.
The former Maryland Athletic Club was fully acquired by Charlottesville, Virginia, based ACAC in 2015.
“The acquisition of this transformational space continues to demonstrate our commitment to the Greater Baltimore community as we support their fitness, health and overall wellness goals,” said Alex Jacobs, owner of Coppermine, in Wednesday’s announcement.
Coppermine said its newest location, combined with five existing area health clubs, will offer families around the Baltimore beltway a range of fitness activities such as tennis, pickleball, squash, swimming, weights, cardio, yoga, barre, sports performance and personal training. Other clubs include Coppermine Racquet & Fitness in Bare Hills, Coppermine Racquet & Fitness in Pikesville, Coppermine 4 Seasons in Hampstead, Evolutions in Annapolis and The Mine in Towson.
Coppermine said it serves more than 25,000 families with youth and adult classes, clinics, camps, leagues, and tournaments, nationally competitive club teams and before and after school programs.