Located in Alabama on Lake Martin, Easterseals Camp ASCCA offers campers a wide variety of traditional recreational and educational activities with a unique design for accessibility.
ASCCA is an acronym that stands for Alabama’s Special Camp for Children and Adults. Camp ASCCA provides camping experiences for children and adults with disabilities. Camp ASCCA offers 230 wooded acres on the shores of beautiful Lake Martin in Alabama.
The needs of campers with disabilities are cared for by trained staff, and there are many different camping opportunities for all individuals throughout the year. Camp ASCCA is a special place where campers with disabilities have the opportunity to express their individuality and independence within a carefully supervised setting.
The activities offered at Camp ASCCA include horseback riding, swimming, canoeing, fishing, arts and crafts, accessible waterslide, zip-line, water tubing, archery, and rifle range, mini-golf course, paved nature trails, splash pad, and more.
Please contact Amber Cotney or Jocelyn Jones if you have any questions.
Remember, spaces fill up quickly so don’t delay registering online.
Camp H20 is a day camp located at Georgia Aquarium for children grades one through six. Each age group (groups listed below) provides campers with hands-on learning experiences within Georgia Aquarium’s educational facilities and with some of the leading marine biologists in the world. Kids will have the opportunity to learn about marine habitats, explore aquatic animals, gain new skills and make new friends – all inside one of the number one aquarium in the U.S.
That’s right! Camp is right around the corner. At Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia we are intentionally creating a unique summer camp experience for every G.I.R.L. Each week of camp centers around an epic theme and features camptivities new to camp this year.
Whether you are looking for a big adventure like climbing trees or paddling new waters, want to swing your camping game to the next level in a hammock, or are looking for a space to illustrate your adventures – digitally – your wild is calling! You could be practicing yoga on a stand-up paddleboard one day and learning T-Swift on the ukulele the next.
This is the summer you find your wild – whatever it might be – in whatever way you choose. Get started today, browsing through this year’s camp happenings to find the wild that works for you. No matter what you decide, get ready for an adventure of a lifetime. We can’t wait to see you at camp!
Regular summer program hours are from 8:30 a.m. until 6:00 p.m, Monday through Friday. We offer Early Bird drop-off beginning at 7:30 a.m. for an additional fee of $10.00 per week per family. All membership and program fees are due before beginning the summer program.
2019 Summer Program May 28-July 26
For girls in grades 1 through 8, summer activities include swimming, field trips, STEM Camp, summer theater, and sports mini-camps!
For rising 8th graders and up, options include our signature Bold Moves program, Eureka! program, college campus visits, college prep workshops, off-site programming, job shadowing and internships, and more! Girls can choose as many options as they wish and also can earn volunteer hours for high school! For more information contact
Each school plans activities that take advantage of their community resources. Have a zoo nearby? Perfect for a field trip. Is there a Kona-ice truck around? We’ll invite them for a visit. Parents are given advanced notice if they need to prepare a bag lunch or provide bathing suit and towel. Our school provides all the great things that go into creating a memorable adventure in the minds of a Growing Room child.
Toddlers through K4
Our Toddlers through K4 classrooms will experience a unique Summer Camp program. On-site activities will be centered on themes such as Hawaiian Luau, Under The Sea, Let’s Go Fishin’, Ice Cream, A Salute to America, Fun at the Circus, I Love Bugs, Gardening and Goodbye Summer. Age appropriate activities are planned for all of our campers. They include terrific water play events every week, our own Storyteller, Space Walk Event, July 4th Parties, Popsicle Day, Big Cookie Parties, Cotton Candy Day, Sno-Cones, lots of arts and crafts and much more. Additional activities for our K4 campers will include the above plus exciting field trips to Chuck E Cheese, Monkey Joes, Bowling & more!
5 – 12 Year Olds
Growing Room has a calendar full of activities for School-Age Summer Campers. Our 5 through 12 year olds will enjoy field trips to local venues. Some schools offer trips to Cheerleading and Baseball camps, a Water Park, homemade ice cream and candy stores, bowling or even the theater. Our on-site activities are centered around themes such as Hawaiian Luau, Growing Room Homecoming Week, Growing Room Idol Week, For Sports Fans Only, Crazy Creations, and Water Play Events such as a Water Slide, Pizza Party, lots of arts and crafts and much, much more!
This summer, Highland Kids Academy will offer full-day camps each week. We will have a summer theme (that will be released later this spring). Within the theme, each week will be broken down into sub-themes. Every week, we will have a fun day that might consist of a field trip, special guests, or special activities.
We will travel through the centuries and explore why each time was special and exciting. We will have Special Guests, Field Trips, Fine Arts, Water Days, an Invention room, and much more!
2019 Summer prices:
Registration fee: $35.00 (if part of our after-school program, fee is waived)
Activity fee: $75.00 (covers all field trips for the summer.)
Weekly Tuition: $130.00
(multiple child discounts)
If summer paid in full at the beginning of summer, an additional discount will be applied.)
This summer, while other kids are singing songs around a fire, kids who attend Banning Mills’ summer camp will be experiencing a whole new kind of adventure filled with adrenaline pumping activities. Camp Adventure is returning to Historic Banning Mills, home of the world’s largest continuous zip line eco-canopy adventure tours.
Enjoy all of Camp Adventure’s thrilling activities, including almost 10 miles of zip lines and aerial adventures, the 600-foot Sky Trek Bridge, the World’s Tallest Freestanding Climbing Wall, the 100-foot Power Free Fall, archery, fishing, kayaking and paddle boarding on the ‘Hooch, volleyball, swimming, mini golf, field games, and much more.
GRAB YOUR BRAVE
2019 Camp Adventure Ages 8-13
June 17 – 21
June 24 – 28
July 8 – 12
Time: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
**NEW FOR 2019**
2019 Camp Extreme Ages 13-16
Dates: July 15 – 19
Time:8:30 am-4:30 pm
Extended care is available to all parents if needed. Be sure to contact Historic Banning Mills by phone at 770-834-9149 to arrange the details specific needs of each camper and parent.
Register Today for International Friendship Ministries’ Summer Arts Camp
Four fun-filled days of Art, Music, Dance, and Drama! Kids will discover more about their unique identity and their talents in the arts. Each day students will enjoy learning new skills in drawing, painting, singing, dancing, and acting in a multi-cultural environment.
Families always enjoy a great performance by students at the end of the week!
Fun, affordable and educational youth programs can be a challenge to come by, but not with the Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites’ Junior Ranger program. Children ages 6-12 can fulfill their dreams of becoming a real-life outdoor explorer by earning three levels of Junior Ranger badges this summer at various state parks around the state. Badges may be earned either at the camper’s own pace or at day camps in the parks surrounded by new friends and while cultivating long-lasting memories.
Activities include identifying trees or wildlife, hiking, swimming, learning about history and camping. The program has 16 activities to choose from, creating many learning opportunities for camp attendees. Junior Ranger books may be picked up at a Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites office or downloaded for free online. This program is a great way to keep kids busy during the summer months while learning about Georgia’s outdoor offerings GeorgiaStateParks.org/JuniorRanger.
Junior Ranger Four-Day Camp at F.D. Roosevelt – Pine Mountain, Ga.
Adventure awaits prospective 8-12-year-old Junior Rangers at F.D. Roosevelt State Park. Swimming, archery, hiking, art projects and canoeing are only a few of the many adventures kids will have at this camp. Learn about wild animals, dangerous plants, and survival skills too. Registration is required, and space is limited. Please call 706-663-4858 for additional details.
Junior Ranger Camp at Florence Marina State Park – Omaha, Ga.
Come explore the wonderful world of being a park ranger. At Florence Marina, children will learn how to identify different plant and animal species, go on hikes and boat rides, learn wilderness skills, and more. Please call 229-838-4706 for additional details.
Junior Ranger Camp at Skidaway Island State Park- Savannah, Ga.
Embark on a week full of hikes, crafts and games focused on the natural and cultural heritage of Georgia all while working towards a Junior Ranger badge. Registration is limited, so please call 912-598-2300 for additional details.
Junior Ranger Camp: Smithgall Woods State Park – Helen, Ga.
Children ages 7-14 are invited to this multi-day camp to learn about the natural world. The camp will follow the Junior Ranger books that teach campers about the outdoors, animals, plants, history and much more. There will be crafts, games and other fun activities to make the Junior Ranger Camp experience a fun and memorable one. Register in advance by calling 706-878-3087.
Junior Ranger Camp: Tallulah Gorge State Park – Tallulah Falls, Ga.
During this multi-day camp, children ages 7-12 will participate in activities that focus on the outdoors and work towards earning a Junior Ranger badge through a number of adventurous activities. Space is limited and registration is required. Please call 706-754-7981 for additional details.
Junior Ranger Camp: Red Top Mountain State Park – Acworth, Ga.
Suitable for children ages 10-12, this four-day camp will feature a multitude of activities from hiking, crafts, canoeing, games and so much more. During this camp, children will experience what it’s like to be a State Park Junior Ranger. Registration is required and begins April 1. Please call 770-975-0055 for additional details.
Junior Ranger Camp: Fort Mountain State Park – Chatsworth, Ga.
Children will participate in activities that focus on the outdoors and work towards earning a Junior Ranger badge. This year’s camp is themed around nature, camping and outdoor skills. Over the two-week camp (guests can choose from two different series) children ages 6-12 will partake in various activities led by Interpretive Rangers and Naturalist. Registration is required. Please call 706-422-1932 for additional details.
Junior Ranger Camp: Indian Springs State Park – Flovilla, Ga.
Campers will learn about nature, history and a variety of animals while playing games and making new friends and memories. This year, campers ages 6-12 can choose from two different weeks of Junior Ranger Day Camps. Please call 770-504-2277 for additional details.
Kumon Math and Reading Center of Columbus North is a year-round after school supplemental program designed for both remedial students and advanced students.
It’s a unique customized, practice-based program that enables students to become self-learners learning beyond grade level.
The Kumon Math Program is a comprehensive curriculum that develops the necessary skills to help children progress from counting through calculus. For more information about the Kumon Math Program, click here.
The Kumon Reading Program begins with basic phonics and progresses all the way through advanced reading comprehension. For more information about the Kumon Reading Program, click here.
We cater to students from pre-school (3 years) to high school.
Summer should be an exciting time of learning and memories, and at Master’s Camp, it will be!
Master’s Camp features Music, Art, Spiritual growth, Teaching, Exciting games, Reading, and Sports. Campers have the opportunity to go on field trips, take swimming lessons, and enjoy Basketball, and Archery Camps!
We are not only state certified but also an accredited program. We have low student to counselor ratios and new exciting themes each week.
We take swimming lessons as a camp for two weeks during the summer. We have a staff trained in CPR and hire additional life guards to ensure safety.
Themes could include:
Nature: Callaway Gardens, Nature Hikes, Bug Hunts, etc.
Basketball : 1st through 4th graders have the opportunity to participate in Lafayette Christian School Basketball camp.
Archery: 4th through 12th grade may participate in the Lafayette Christian School Archery Camp.
These action packed weeks are sure to keep your kids entertained as they explore a wide range of activities. Each day of the week will have a different element of fun, food and fitness – no two weeks will be the same!
Fun will be had by all with silly games and lots of laughs while teaching kids how to share, have team spirit and engage in group activities.
Food – who doesn’t love being hands-on with food? Kids will not only have the opportunity to experiment with food, but will also learn basic use of kitchen utensils, measuring, proper table set-up and etiquette.
Fitness – After getting all of that energy out with dance, yoga, calisthenics and more, it is important to teach proper technique for stretching and cool down to take care of our bodies and maintain strong muscles.
These campers will need to dress in comfortable play clothes and wear sunscreen, bring a morning snack, lunch and water bottle.
Summertime is a wonderful opportunity for children to expand and grow!
Camps offer weeks of fun, age-appropriate visual arts integrated lessons. Experienced artists/teachers and great projects make Camp LAM an excellent summer experience!
Lookout Mountain Camp for Boys is a residential, all boys camp featuring several program areas of interest, including, but not limited to, camping, swimming, horseback riding, riflery, archery, woodwork, tennis, white water rafting, ropes course and all of the most popular sports.
All of this is under excellent staff (Lookout Mountain NEVER solicits nor accepts Staff from the internet…) on top of Lookout Mountain in an absolutely gorgeous setting. One of the oldest camps in America (started in 1928… still run by the same family), Lookout Mountain Camp remains as one of the preeminent camps available for boys today… and it’s just up the road from Columbus!
Marannook provides a summer camp experience for rising 1st-9th graders. The principles of God’s Word are interwoven into all activities and children discover the true reality of living a life for Jesus Christ. Join us for a week-long adventure packed with fun, excitement, and the Word of GOD!!!
Every kid deserves a summer filled with lots of fun activities. So why would you possibly enroll your child in a summer MATH program? Because you want them to Avoid The Summer Slide! If students are not sharpening their math skills during the summer, they often lose skills and therefore are unprepared for the next school year. Don’t let that happen to your child. We have proven success not only increasing student’s math skills and confidence but also making math fun and engaging.