Summer Camps for the Kids
These educational and fun experiences are ones that your children will never forget.
Patch Picks: Summer Camps
Camp Timber Ridge in Mableton: This girls-only camp, organized by the Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta, features a wide variety of activities, including archery, camping skills, field trips, nature studies, recreational swimming, team building, wilderness trips and much more. Girls ages 7 to 14 can attend a partial-week, one-week, two-week or four-week camp. They are being offered from June to August. For prices, contacts and other information, click here.
Camp Pine Acres in Acworth: Another girls-only from the Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta, Camp Pine offers several of the same activities as Timber Ridge but has an equestrian focus. Camp Pine is located next to a beautiful lake. The one- and two-week sessions are being offered in June and July to girls ages 9 to 16. For prices, contacts and other information, click here.
Camp Inagehi in Douglasville: This Christian-based camp offers swimming, fishing, ping pong, sports, paddleboat rides and more. Though it is a Christian camp and has daily Bible classes, Inagehi accepts all campers regardless of religious affiliations. Five-day sessions are offered in June and July. For prices, contacts and other information, click here.
Westminster Summer Camp in Atlanta: This day camp is great for all children, ages 4 to 13, who may not want to stay overnight. It offers arts and crafts, canoeing, rope courses, counselor training, riflery, instructional swimming and more. The two-week-long camps are being offered in June and July. For prices, contacts and other information, click here.
Emagination Computer Camps in Atlanta: This camp combines a more traditional camp setting with technology. Campers will learn game design, web design, animation and robotics, as well as participate in sports and recreation. Two-, four- and six-week sessions are available. For prices, contacts and other information, click here.