published Thursday, February 25th, 2010

City of Chattanooga Summer Camps

The City of Chattanooga Parks and Recreation Department

Has Summer of Fun for Everyone!

Kidz Kamp at the City’s Recreation Centers

Four-two week sessions of sports, swimming, art, special events, “Being Green” activities, and field trips to our many parks and attractions. Get the “Early Bird” Registration Discount of $200.00 per child now through April 1st when signing up for the whole summer. Call Kim Battle at (423) 643-6052.

Outdoor Chattanooga Camps at Greenway Farm

Register now for two Outdoor Adventure Camps with hiking, biking, paddling, disc golf, and wildlife study, and two Whitewater Kids Club Kayaking Camps for beginners and intermediate paddlers. Call Ruth Thompson at (423) 643-6889.

Folk Art Camp at Wyatt Recreation Center

One week sessions of creativity plus field trips, guest artists, outdoor recreation, and a Friday cook-out!

Call Tracy Wamp at (423) 757-2593.

Tennis Camp at Champions Club Tennis Complex

One week sessions of instruction, skills development, and play taught by professional coaches & instructors. Call Orlando Lourenco at (423) 870-4406

“ZOO-ABILITY” Camp at the Chattanooga Zoo

One week sessions for individuals with cognitive and/or physical disabilities provided by the City’s Therapeutic Recreation Program & the Zoo. Call Elaine Adams at (423) 697-1385

Get complete camp details on-line at:!

Call Elaine Adams at (423) 697-1385 or Lizzy Hockinson

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