2020 Day Camp Directory

Camp Directory 2020

By GFM   APRIL 2020

BEE AHEAD SUMMER CAMP
The Winning Academy
621 Walnut Street, Warner Robins
478.302.5815
winning.school

June 1–July 24, 6:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. Eight-week program for ages 2–16. “Bee Ahead” of the class with this power-packed program! BASC is the place to be this summer!

FPD’s CENTER FOR DISCOVERY
SUMMER CAMPS
First Presbyterian Day School Campus
478.477.6505, ext. 182
Contact: Elizabeth Leslein
elizabeth.leslein@fpdmacon.org

FPD’s Center for Discovery Summer Camps offer a wide range of academic, artistic, and athletic programs for students in K3–8th grade. Before and after camp care is also available.

MACON-BIBB COUNTY
RECREATION SUMMER CAMP
Multiple locations across Macon-Bibb County
478.621.6281
Contact: dlewis@maconbibb.us
www.maconbibb.us/recreation
www.facebook.com/MaconBibbParks

Enjoy a fun-filled summer with field trips, and cultural enrichment. June 1–July 10, Monday–Friday, 7:30 a.m.–6 p.m, $180 for all six weeks, ages 5–15, lunch included.

MOUNT DE SALES ACADEMY’S
CAMP CAVALIER
Educational camps: Downtown Campus
851 Orange Street, Macon
Sports Camp: Downtown Campus & Cavalier Fields
4659 Cavalier Drive, Macon
www.mtdesales.link/camps

Join us for Camp Cavalier! Sports camps: skills development and competition in a variety of team sports. Educational camps: classes in science, math, technology, dance, art, cooking, and more!

OKINAWAN MARTIAL ARTS & FITNESS CAMP
6255 Zebulon Road, Suite 196, Macon
478.405.1528
Contact: Michael Brewster
senseibrewster@yahoo.com
http://bit.ly/okssummer

Offering nerf, field trips, karate, et cetera. $25 registration (1/2 price!) and free Tshirt if registrated prior to March 31. June 1–15 (Forsyth) and July 13–17 (Macon).

ST. JOSEPH’S SCHOOL
Summer Knights Camp
St. Joseph’s Catholic School Campus
905 High Street, Macon
478.742.0636
Contact: Lindsey Nobles, Camp Director
Or Rosalyn Simpson, Assistant Director
sjssummercamp@gmail.com
www.sjsmacon.org

Camp runs from June 8th through July 17th and each week has a unique theme.$150 per week; $35 registration fee. Lunch optional: $25 per week. Hours: 7:45 a.m.–5:30 p.m. daily. Check out the website for more information!

ST. PETER CLAVER CATHOLIC SCHOOL’S
CAMP COUGAR
St. Peter Claver Catholic School Campus
133 Ward Street, Macon
478.743.3985
Contact: Liz Milam, M.Ed.
emilam@spccatholicschool.org
www.spccatholicschool.org.

Enjoy reading, math, STEM, computer, art, sports, and music. Two field trips weekly. June 1–July 10, 7:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. (7 a.m.–6 p.m. available); $30/registration; $130/weekly; Sibling discounts.

STRATFORD ACADEMY’S CAMP EAGLE

6010 Peake Road, Macon
478-477-8073, ext. 201
Contact: Terry Sowell
Terry.Sowell@Stratford.org
www.stratford.org/campeagle

Stratford Academy’s Camp Eagle offers summer enrichment, sports and academic programs for ages 3–18.Camps run May 26–July 24. Before and after camp childcare is available. Visit www.stratford.org/campeagle for camps, dates, costs, registration, and details.

 

SUMMER AT THE SQUARE
111 Trojan Trail, Macon
478.477.6760
Contact: Alyssa Huntt
alyssa.huntt@tattnall.org
www.tattnall.org/sats

“Summer at the Square” is open to the community and includes a wide variety of 20+ day camps for children of all ages! Visit online to learn more.

 

SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPS

CAMP BREATHE EASY
678.809.6047
campbreatheeasy.com

A five-night camp for kids ages 7–13 with asthma. Kids with an asthma diagnosis and who take daily asthma medication are eligible. Designed to promote self-confidence and asthma management.

CAMP LITTLE SHOT
265 Sheraton Blvd., Macon
478.746.8626
camplittleshot.com

Campers learn how to be the healthiest diabetic possible. Campers learn positive self esteem and a “can do” spirit.

CAMP SQUIRREL HOLLOW
5665 Milam Road, Fairburn
770.774.8001
www.thebedfordschool.org/academics/squirrel-hollow.cfm.

A remedial summer program serving kids with academic needs due to learning differences or any child who need summer skills practice.

CAMP SUNSHINE
1850 Clairmont Road, Decatur
404.325.7979
www.mycampsunshine.com

A camper can receive chemotherapy in the morning and be horseback riding by the afternoon. Here children with cancer are able to experience summer camp just like other kids. Two one-week sessions are held; a session for children ages 7–12, and a session for teens 13–18. Each week is packed full of fun, excitement, inspiration, and age appropriate activities.

ESP SUMMER CAMP
Watkinsville, GA
706.769.9333
extraspecialpeople.com

ESP’s (Extra Special People) Summer Camp runs for eight weeks. There are four weeks of day camp, two weeks of field trips, and two weeks of overnight camp, serving 300+ people with disabilities. #