Top 5 Summer Camps - Outdoors
The end of the school year is approaching and that means it is time for Summer Day Camps to begin here in Middle Georgia. The schools and businesses in our area offer a wide variety of camps, but this list will highlight the Top 5 Outdoor and Athletic Camps for 2016.
Special thanks to our friends at For Kids To Do for this post!
(May 31st – August 5th; ages 5 – 13yo)
Trinity Woods Summer Day Camp is a Full-Day Camp located on 17 acres in Macon. They offer children the opportunity to spend the summer outdoors enjoying sports, hiking, biking, exploring the woods, doing arts and crafts, and playing in the creek.
1899 Tucker Road, Macon
Camps @ Wesleyan
(July 11th – July 15th; ages 8 – 15 yo)
Wesleyan College offers a variety of camps throughout the summer for boys and girls – soccer, equestrian, basketball, and tennis. Each class lasts one week which gives campers enough time to improve their skills, but also the opportunity to experience more than one camp.
4760 Forsyth Road, Macon
Children’s Summer Workshop
(June 22nd, 29th; ages 6 – 12 yo)
Each summer, the Ocmulgee National Monument offers one-day Summer Workshops to teach children about Macon’s Native American Heritage. They enjoy a one-mile hike to the Temple Mound, story-telling, games, and crafts.
1207 Emery Highway, Macon
Viking Summer Camp
(May 31st – August 15th; 3K – 12th grade)
First Presbyterian Day School will be offering week-long camps for the entire summer. They offer basketball, baseball, cheerleading, tennis, volleyball, cross-country, and several other athletic camps.
5671 Calvin Drive, Macon
Charles Johnson Foundation Sports Academy
(June 17th – 18th; 1st – 12th grade)
For the fifth year, Charles Johnson (South Carolina Panthers) will be hosting a Sports Academy in his hometown of Hawkinsville, Georgia. He, along with other NFL players and professional athletes, will host free clinics in basketball, football, tennis, dance, and cheer. All clinics will take place at Hawkinsville High School.
24 Red Devil Dr, Hawkinsville