Summer Camps– post Quarantine 2020, or not?

As a working parent, late winter and early spring are typically spent plotting out a week by week in an effort to combine camp fun and downtime for the kids. After 8+ weeks of digital learning, and the first half of the summer camps cancelled many of us find ourselves scrambling for ideas of how to entertain the kids. While some camps have moved to virtual, there are a few in-person options in the Atlanta area.

Circus Camp:Your children will jump for joy when they learn you’ve signed them up for Circus SUMMER Camp, and you’ll do a flip or two when you see how much fun and learning your children are experiencing!

Mount Paran Christian School Camp: At Mount Paran Christian School, the development of faith and intellect continues to grow through the month of July with a variety of summer programs. Academic enrichment, athletic training, arts explorations, and faith development are all part of the fun half and full-day camp offerings at MPCS. Starts July 6.

Camp All-American: Camp All-American (CAA) is a high-energy, highly-intentional camp offering 10 individual week experiences throughout the summer. Located in Johns Creek, GA, we can’t believe that we get to host more than 10,000 kids in our city, from Metro Atlanta, and all around the Southeast every summer.

For a complete list, check out this Atlanta Parents Magazine Article for a complete list of virtual and in person camps.



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