Local Summer Camp Profiles

little boy fishing in creek with a net at summer camp at Silverdale Baptist Academy

Silverdale Baptist Academy Summer Camps

 

Silverdale Summer Camps provides children from preschool through 12th grade with opportunities for discovery and growth. Both morning and afternoon camps keep students engaged in the arts, athletics, and academics throughout the summer. Athletic offerings include basketball, volleyball, soccer, football, softball, and baseball, while programs in reading, math, and Spanish prepare campers for the coming school year. Campers can also participate in drama, art, music, and more. All sessions will be held on Silverdale Baptist Academy’s Bonny Oaks Drive campus, which provides a safe environment for campers to learn and play. 

Book now while space is available:

silverdaleba.org/summercamps

summercamps@silverdaleba.org

423.892.2319

 

 


smiling girl paddling in a canoe at camp juliette low

 

Camp Juliette Low

An overnight camp for girls ages 7-17, Camp Juliette Low offers one- and two-week sessions throughout the summer. As one of Georgia’s oldest camps, CJL maintains its rustic setting and time-honored traditions, all while providing a nurturing, inclusive environment for girls to grow and thrive. Campers live in platform tents and enjoy traditional camp activities that emphasize outdoor living skills and recreation, from canoeing, archery, and hiking to fire-building, outdoor cooking, and more. At CJL, campers will find a place where they can be themselves, learn new skills, enjoy the outdoors, and make lifelong friends.

Book now while space is available:

cjl.org  |  info@cjl.org

770.428.1062 (winter office)

706.862.2169 (summer office)

 

 


kids outside discovering the natural world at reflection riding arboretum and nature center summer camp

 

Reflection Riding Arboretum & Nature Center Summer Camp

At Reflection Riding Arboretum & Nature Center’s summer camp, children ages 5-15 will discover the natural world through outdoor play and hands-on activities. Several day camp options for each age group are offered, and campers can choose between a plant, animal, or adventure fo-cus. Canoeing, hiking, animal encounters, mountain biking, survival skills training, and a wild cave tour are just a few of the activities in store, depending on age and interest. No matter the focus they choose, campers can expect an educational and adventure-some experience led by Reflection Riding experts.

Book now while space is available:

reflectionriding.org/camps

education@reflectionriding.org

423.821.1160

 

 

 

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