published Sunday, February 26th, 2012

Chattanooga: Parks and Recreation Kidz Kamp Summer Camps 2012

2012 Summer Kidz Kamp

Phone: 423-643-6052

Email: battle_k@chattanooga.gov

Website: www.chattanooga.gov/PRAC/30_Facilities.htm

Boys, Girls, or Both: Both

Ages Represented: 6-12

Kidz Kamp – The City of Chattanooga Parks and Recreation Department day camp for ages 6- 12, held at the Parks and Recreation Department’s 16 community centers, is a great summer camp value! Campers will enjoy swimming, the “Spray & Play” at Warner Park, softball, golf, arts and crafts, dance, field trips, outdoor fun and more. Kids Kamp is offered in four two-week sessions from June 4 through Aug. 3, Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Lunch is included. Pre registration is required.

Appalachian Adventure Camp – This camp, for ages 10-14, will be held June 25-29. Campers will experience whitewater kayaking, climbing and hiking in the Appalachian Mountains. Pre-requisites: Campers must have a moderate level of physical fitness and a thirst for adventure. They must also attend two Rapid Learning Whitewater program roll classes prior to camp (included in camp cost).

Tennessee River Gorge Adventure – This camp, for ages 12-16, will be held July 23-27. Campers will canoe the Tennessee River Gorge for four days and three nights. The River Gorge adventure will include hiking and climbing along the gorge. Pre-requisites: Campers must have a moderate level of physical fitness and a thirst for adventure. They should be prepared to explore primitive environments and have a great time. Pre registration is required.

To register or learn more, contact Terri Chapin at 423-643-6882 or email terri@outdoorchattanooga.com.

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