Monday, April 30, 2018

Georgia Summer Camps ~ A World of Places, Themes and Activities


Summer is right around the corner. That means it's time to select one or more camps for the kids.

Summer camp means a lot of things to a lot of people. It's a chance for kids to explore any variety of activities and get out from under the family roof independently for perhaps the first time. For parents and those kids' siblings it may be the first chance for a little piece and quiet around the house.



Camps today come in all shapes, sizes and durations. Specialty camps of all types offer curriculum and activities tailored to special interests and needs. Here we will address Georgia camps general and specific in nature. We provide more extensive resources below.

Georgia offers more summer camp opportunities than can be covered in a single article, as this map of facilities reveals.



Camp Dixie near Clayton is conservative and traditional for children between the ages of 6 to 15.

Camp Coleman in Cleveland allows children to experience Jewish culture in a safe, challenging and fun environment.

Camp Juliette Low for girls atop Lookout Mountain near Cloudland was established by the founder of the Girl Scouts.

Camp Shane in Franklin Springs is the longest running, residential co-ed teen weight loss camp in the country.



Camp Southern Ground in Fayetteville provides experiences for children to recognize their unique gifts to impact the world.

Camp Woodmont in Cloudland is a smaller, traditional overnight summer camp founded by college teachers.

Capitol Debate Summer Camp at Georgia Tech helps even the most timid kids find their competitive voice.

Emagination Game Design Camp at Georgia Tech lets teens 15-18 create a 3D video game and learn valuable technical skills.



iD Game Design & Development Academy offers game programming instruction at Emory and Georgia Tech.

National Computer Camp at Oglethorpe University is America's original computer and programming camp, founded in 1977.

Nike Lacrosse Camp at Emory offers separate sessions for boys and girls to improve skills and stimulate a love for the game.

The No.1 Soccer Camps in Rome offers specialized soccer training, founded by a professional and World Cup Coach Joe Machnik.



Summer Institute for the Gifted offers 3-week academic summer camp for gifted and talented students ages 5-17.

US Sport Camps are affiliated with Nike and offer different sports with unique instructional programs for all ability levels.

Wealthy Habits day camps with several Atlanta campuses empower students ages 11 and up to make smart financial decisions.

WinShape Camps with three north Georgia sites offer one and two week camp experiences for girls and boys of all ages.



More southeastern US summer camp information:

Atlanta Parent
Camp Page
Choice Camps
Summer Camps in the South

Stay tuned as the Stoddard Media brings the best North Georgia information to your home.


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