Last Chance for Summer Camp
Procrastinating parents – it’s not too late. Here are 10 camps that have a few openings. Give your kids great summer memories.
Learn about animals and wildlife conservation efforts through real life experiences at Zoo Atlanta’s Safari Day Camp. Kids get up-close and personal with animals as they learn from expert educators and animal care professionals.
Combine learning and play for a full-package, engaging summer experience at Children’s Museum of Atlanta. Create recipes with a chef, experiment with chemical reactions, participate in robot Olympics or learn about yoga.
At Vinings School of Art, campers can paint large canvas paintings, make grout mosaics, create with oven/kiln clay, draw animation, perspective and portraiture. Camps include a one-hour daily fitness class in the gym next door.
Choose from three camps at Children’s Special Services: Weekend Outdoor Sensory Experience with Learning on the Log, WIN handwriting and POP social skills. The goal is to have each child leave with an improved or newly developed skill –from motor to social to cognitive.
Explore talents for sewing, photography and fashion design at Fabricate Studios. Kids and teens create a variety of projects including a beach tote, summer skirt, custom clutch and more.
Think like designers at MODA (Museum of Design Atlanta) and use STEAM tools to prepare for the real world. Explore LEGO robotics, Minecraft, microcontrollers, animation and architectural design.
Learn the language behind games and computer programs at Start Code. Learn coding language and apply these tools to create exciting games, stories and digital artwork.
Campers participate in arts, basketball, chess, etiquette, fashion, gardening, golf, gymnastics, horseback riding, math, music and more at Camp Village. Also available is Disney’s The Lion King Training Camp.
Sandy Springs Recreation and Parks campers will have a blast in traditional day camp and sports camp, exploring the outdoors in Discover Nature camp and learning about performing and creating in theatre and art camps.
Connect with local history through 19th century games and activities at The Southern Trilogy camps. Try blacksmithing, candle dipping and more. Writing camps are led by an award-winning children’s book author.