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Chattahoochee Valley summer camps underway

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Are you looking for activities for your kids during this summer? Several camps are underway in the Chattahoochee Valley. 

Camps provide ways for children to have a fun and interactive summer vacation period.

Some of the camp categories include education, recreation, arts, sports, and more. While some camps are overnight, many children enjoy the leisure of day camps. 

Below are camps that will take place in the Chattahoochee Valley during the summer months:

Camp Location Category Contact
Active8 Academy Day Camp Columbus, GA Day Camp, Education & Learning, STEM 706-507-8070
Brick by Brick Engineering  Coca-Cola Space Science Center, Columbus, GA  Day Camp Click here.
Basketball Individual Camp  Lumpkin Center Gym, Columbus, GA  Sports Click here.
Body Evolution: Fit Kids Camp Body Evolution, Columbus, GA Sports 706-615-2010
Brookstone Summer Brookstone School, Columbus, GA  Arts, Day Camp, Sports 706-324-1392
Growing Room Academy Summer Camp Growing Room Child Development Centers, Columbus, GA Day Camp, Preschool Summer Programs 706-221-3248
Elite Dance Academy Elite Dance Academy, Phenix City, AL Arts 334-297-0404
Phenix City Summer Camp Roy Martin Center, Phenix City, AL Recreation 334-664-1746

If there are any summer camps you would like to add please email us at newsrelease@wtvm.com.

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