Summer Camps for Kids in the Tri-Cities
A Great Selection of Summer Camps for Every Kind of Learner
The Tri-Cities offers so many options for summer camps that it can get hard to choose. I created this list for T so he could make his choice. I am sharing it with you and your little people so that everyone has a chance to have their best summer yet!
ETSU – Renaissance Child Summer Camps:
These camps are designed for children ages five to twelve. They are full day camps held on campus at ETSU. The options are wide and organized by age but range from the arts to computer science. To learn more about this Summer Camp for Kids click below.
To provide exciting, innovative hands-on activities in the fields of science, mathematics and computer science. To encourage creative expression by providing a variety of art activities, as well as an opportunity for the children to write their own stories and poems. To create an awareness of the importance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle by engaging the children in various physical activities.
Hand’s On! Regional Museum Summer Camp
This exciting, fun-filled camp is also for students ages five to twelve. Options are available for half day and full day camps. Hand’s On! always delivers education in a truly memorable and fun way! Learn more below.
Where else can you custom tie dye a t-shirt, blast off Mentos geysers, create your own custom-fitted and hula hoop, send suds flying into the air, make ooey gooey silly putty, paint a masterpiece, build an air rocket, and much, much more?!?!
Bay’s Mountain Summer Day Camp
We are regular’s at Bay’s Mountain! We enjoy the Planetarium and all of the presentations all year-long. Summer Camp is bound to be a blast!
It’s that time again! Summer isn’t too far away and it’s time to reserve your child or grandchild’s place in Bays Mountain Park’s summer day camp! For additional information and registration, click on the link below:
Niswonger Foundation Events
Teaching everything from code, technology, leadership and more, there are several options for everyone! These Five-Day Camps are offered at varying locations. Check it out below!
Wed 6/1/2016 – Wed 6/1/2016 Girls of Code and Technology Girls of Code and Technology Day Camps are one-day code & technology camps that allow young girls a chance to explore STEM activities. A professional in the technology field will lead the camps and expose students to different aspects of STEM.
King Scholar Summer Academy
This week-long summer camp offers your kids (grades three through sixth) study in Science, Math, Creative Writing and more.
King University Scholar Academy
Kid’s Summer Camps Just Outside the Tri-Cities
Movie Maker’s Summer Camp
“Calling all writer’s, actor’s, designer’s, movie maker’s to Jonesborough Tennessee!” This week-long summer camp is for kids ages six to seventeen! Action!- packed fun!
Movie Makers’ summer day camps are like a whole session in one week! Each week 16 young people will participate in the writing, directing, acting and camera work to create their very own movie. Beginning only with the theme for that week ( see our 2016 schedule here) we’ll create our story, develop our characters, design sets, even work on costumes and make-up.
Junior Ranger Camp at Panther Creek
The Junior Ranger Camp is for kids ages six through fourteen and is located in Morristown. Learn more about it below.
Discover Tennessee’s natural, cultural and historic heritage. Our state parks offer diverse and varied natural landscapes, family-friendly recreational activities, affordable and varied lodging accommodations, volunteer opportunities and hundreds of interpretive programs and events.
Camp ACC – Appalachian Christian Camp in Unicoi
I have personally known some of the amazing staff members at this exceptional Christain Camp and heard rave reviews from campers! Appalachian Christian Camp offers so much! Watch the video to learn more!
Tipton-Haynes Summers Past History Program
This summer day camp offers time travel in a sense. Offered to children ages six to fourteen, it is an amazing opportunity to learn about our History.
Some of these camps may be full and if not, they are bound to be filling up quick so talk to your camper and get one scheduled today! If you are hesitant to let your little one go maybe this article from the Washington Post will inspire you about the importance of these opportunities.
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