Keeping children entertained during the summer can be challenging, but with all of the camps that are being offered in Williamson County, they make it easy for your children to have a fun summer. From educational, cooking, nature, sports, theatre, and much more; there is a camp for everyone! Below we have listed some of the camps that are being offered for your children to get involved in:
Franklin | barefootrepublic.org
Barefoot Republic’s mission is to facilitate Christ-centered relationships between individuals from diverse racial, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds through an equally diverse platform of artistic, athletic and team-building programs. To reflect God’s pursuit of His children through interests and passions, interpersonal relationships, and equipping students with tools for exploring and discovering God’s presence in their lives.
Franklin | battlegroundacademy.org
In the summer BGA is home to a robust camp program for children ages four and up. Our on-campus programming includes more than 40 camps, ranging from art and cheerleading to coding and soccer, with half-and full-day options available. Students can hone their skills in an athletic camp, enjoy a breadth of activities in Cannon Ball Day Camp, explore new passions in their arts and enrichment programs – or do it all by participating in multiple sessions throughout the summer.
Brentwood | brentwoodacademy.com
Brentwood Academy has enjoyed a tradition of participation, spurred on by the recognition that healthy athletic, academic, and fine arts experiences contribute essential elements to well-rounded and balanced growth. Our summer program is an extension of our mission to nurture and challenge each whole person. Students are welcomed, supported, and inspired by teachers, coaches and staff. We invite your family to join us and experience Summer at BA.
Fairview | campmarymount.com
Camp Marymount gives children experiences and memories to last a lifetime. Campers learn to live in a community with others and savor the simple things in life. They also learn to identify plants, tend gardens, and learn outdoor living skills. In addition, campers enjoy swimming and water sports, arts and crafts, horsemanship, archery, riflery, canoeing, drama and dance for girls, wrestling for boys, Frisbee golf, working on the camp newsletter, and much, much more.
Franklin | codeninjas.com
At Code Ninjas Franklin, kids learn to code by building their own video games. Our flexible coding programs for kids make it easy for parents with convenient drop-in hours on weeknights and weekends.
Thompson’s Station | deerrun.camp
This summer, your camper will learn about what it means to hear God’s voice and obey His word when the journey is long, the command is strange, and the risks are high. It’s a wild adventure, but it’s always worthwhile to follow God.
Brentwood | firstlightaa.org
Firstlight Summer Camps and Workshops have become so popular they have completely filled up the last few years. We took the focus of a small art class and combined it with the fun of camp activities. It’s become a favorite in our community! These are small camp-like classes. With only 8 – 10 students* in the room, you know everyone will be getting a ton of individual encouragement and instruction!
Franklin | lisgym.com
Let it Shine is known for one of the best summer camps around for a reason! Activities are endless between 55,000 sq ft of gymnastics, ninja equipment, and outdoor play and water activities.
Brentwood | owlshill.org
For over twenty years, Owl’s Hill has offered a variety of camps to children of all ages. With 300 acres to explore, from a natural play area to the creeks and ponds, campers are able to experience nature in a truly unique way.
Fairview | whippoorwill.com
Imagine the perfect summer day, floating in a pond, splashing through creeks, hiking a leaf-canopied trail, catching a wily fish, and making new friends. This perfect summer day happens at Whippoorwill Farm Day Camp, located on a 50-acre farm in Williamson County, Tennessee.