Find Summer Camps in Your Area

   
 Day Camp
 Residential Camp
 Specialty Camp
PERSONALIZE Your Camp Search Experience - Create Your Custom CampsUSA Page!   START NOW >

Summer Camps in Douglas County, GA

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Tennis Camp Session 1 - Whetstone Community Center
Novice players will gain a better understanding of the game while learning basic skills. Intermediate and advanced players will enhance their skills and develop on-court strategies for match play. All skill levels will end the week with fun Challenger Tournaments. No flexible drop off or pick up. Camper will need to bring own lunch. For more information, please visit www.columbusrecparks.com. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Payment Information Payment by credit card is required at time of registration. You may choose to pay your camp in full or make a $10 non-refundable deposit per week. Your credit card will automatically be charged 1 week prior to each session. Refund Information In order to receive a refund, a request must be called in to 645-7000 10 business days prior to camp session and followed up with an email or explanatory letter before the refund will be processed. Refunds requested between five and 10 business days prior to camp session will receive a 50 percent refund; and requests received less than five business days prior to camp session will not receive a refund. Refunds take 6-8 weeks to process. A $15 processing fee will be assessed for...
Results 1 - 1 of 1
 
Camp TKD
 
0.0 (0)
8889 Highway 5, Douglasville, Georgia
Activities: Aerobics/Exercise, Arts and Crafts, Field Trips, Recreational Swimming
Results 1 - 1 of 1
   

Douglas County, GA Summer Camps

To find more camps in Douglas County, GA type address, city or zip code in the search box.


Latest Camp Talk

How Can You Gauge a Camp’s Quality?
Organizations range when it comes to their reputation. Some camps are new whereas others have been around for decades. Families should read reviews, ask about the group’s affiliations and accreditations, and talk to other parents and youth development experts to find out more about the programs. After all, no parent wants to send their child to a sub-par camp. The best organizations are usually accredited and have a long history of offering dynamic programming. Quality means parents are investing in a worthwhile and safe program for their child. It is important to think about how much bang families are getting...




LATEST CAMPS EVENTS:

ISGH Youth Retreat
Register online at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/north-zone-youth-camp-tickets-17611595757
You are now being logged in using your Facebook credentials