Huntsville Summer Camp Guide 2017

By: Huntsville Real Estate Expert Mike Manosky On June 2, 2017

School’s out for summer!  Now it’s time to figure out where to channel your children’s energy while they are on break.  Whether you need child-care or you simply want some activities to engage your children this summer, here is a list of some of the camps available in the Huntsville area: (click on links for camp web sites)

Fantasy Playhouse Children’s Theater
This summer Fantasy Playhouse is offering full day camps, fantasy musical theatre showcases, and half day camps! Before Care and After Care available for our Full Day Camps in June and our Fantasy Musical Showcase in July for an additional fee. Please call our office at 256-539-6829 or visit our website for more information. Sibling Discounts and Multiple Week Discounts are available for some of our programs!

Artistic Minds Gallery Summer Art Camps
We have a variety of art camps for all interests! Our camps are creative and messy! Your child can experience painting, pastels, collage, building, fabric dyeing, burning, mural design, drawing, techniques using Copics, sculpture, design, & much more!

Nature Rangers Day Camp
Burritt camps are back to provide your child with a summer full of learning and laughter! Each week of camp revolves around a different theme. These camps are open to children who have completed grades K-5 and are led by Burritt’s CPR-certified staff. Each camp day runs from 9:00 to 2:00. You may also choose to register for our extended day option ($12/day) with drop-off available as early as 7:45 a.m. and pick-up as late as 5:30 p.m

By the Numbers Math Camp
Keep your math skills in tact over the summer while having fun! We will have camps relating music and math, doing cool science experiments, or getting your student ready for Middle School or the ACT. There’s a camp for every age! Check out our Facebook page for weekly coupons on different camps.

Learn to Row Camp
If you are new to Rowing (or Watersports- canoe, kayak, SUP) summer is the perfect opportunity to come out and give it a try! We are located at scenic Ditto Landing on the TN River. No experience is necessary for any of these co-ed camps, most of our current rowers had never heard of or seen the sport of rowing before they came to one of these camps. During each introductory camp, participants will learn the fundamentals of rowing techniques in both “Sweep” and “Sculling” styles. The goal of our camps is to introduce each camper to Rowing, as well as, basic physiology, nutrition, equipment, terminology, and safety of moving boats on and off the water. We also discuss College Rowing Scholarships and do goal setting if athletes have an interest to know more about the opportunities. Following our camps the participants will have acquired the basics of the sport and developed a solid foundation in the Olympic sport of rowing.

Randolph School Summer Camps
The Randolph Summer Program is open to any student interested in academic enrichment, extraordinary opportunities, and just plain fun! Classes are taught by Randolph faculty, staff, and coaches. All camps are open to the general public. You do not need to be a Randolph student to attend.

Happy Camp at Merrimack Hall
Happy Camp for ages 3-12 is Merrimack Hall’s annual half-day performing arts camp for children with special needs. Happy Camp is open to students with a wide range of physical and intellectual disabilities including autism spectrum disorders, Down Syndrome, cerebral palsy and others. The first camp was held in June 2009. Today, 30 children participate in Happy Camp each summer.


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