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Adventures in Math and Science: Alabama School of Math and Science

1255 Dauphin Street, Mobile  map




Don’t waste your summer! Spend it at Adventures in Math and Science (AIMS) Summer Camp. Learn while you have fun! Kayak in Mobile Bay. Build a smartphone app. Investigate a crime. Prepare for the ACT. Design and make a metal sculpture. Build a robot. Launch a rocket. Dissect...and much more! There is something for everyone! Who can enroll? Open to students entering the 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th grades. Non-Alabama residents are also eligible to apply. This year, AIMS will run for three sessions. Students can sign up for one, two, or three weeks. Session 1 (June 5-9), Session 2 (June 12-16), and Session 3 (June 19-23) are all overnight or day camps. Day camp is 8:00 a.m. - 3:15 p.m. Overnight Camp is $385 per week (all inclusive - meals, classes, activities, and lodging). The weekend stay between Week 1-2 or Week 2-3 are an additional $185, which includes trip to a water park (weather permitting) and other fun activities. Day Campers: $285 per week (this includes tuition and lunch). A $25 discount will apply (one per student) if application and all applicable forms are received by April 1.

Contact & Learn More:

Phone: 251-441-2152

Email: aims@asms.net

Web: www.asms.net

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Camp ASCCA




Camp ASCCA is Alabama’s Special Camp for Children and Adults. ASCCA is a nationally recognized leader in therapeutic recreation for children and adults with both physical and mental disabilities. Providing weekend and week long sessions, Camp ASCCA is open year-round. Located in Alabama on Lake Martin, Camp ASCCA offers campers a wide variety of recreational and educational activities. Activities include horseback riding, fishing, tubing, swimming, environmental edu-cation, arts and crafts, canoeing, a “splash pad”, outdoor adventure elements like the zip-line, and much more.

Contact & Learn More:

Phone: 256.825.9226

Web: www.campascca.org

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Camp Shine




Offering a week long session for weight management. Campers learn healthy eating habits while preparing meals. Campers also have opportunities to participate in swimming, canoeing, hiking, arts & crafts, dance and many other activities. Ages 12-15; Limited space available; Located at YMCA Hargis Retreat and made possible through a partnership with Birmingham YMCA.

Contact & Learn More:

Web: www.childrensal.org/TeamTeen

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Camp Walkabout

171 Baylor School Road. Chattanooga  map




Camp Walkabout is the no-experience-necessary avenue to all things outdoors. Campers will climb the world renowned Tennessee wall sandstone one day, explore the amazing underground world of a cave the next and paddleboard the mighty Tennessee River Gorge another. Camp Walkabout optimizes every day to find new adventures, leadership opportunities and friendships that will last a lifetime. Camp Walkabout truly is the most fun a camper can have in the summer.

Contact & Learn More:

Phone: (423) 267-8506, ext. 827

Email: badams@baylorschool.org

Web: www.baylorschool.org/summer

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Riverview Camp for Girls




An all girl’s overnight camp in Mentone, Alabama. River View offers many sessions all summer long for girls ages 6-16 years. Horse riding, swimming, nature trails, ropes, sports, arts and crafts, and much more! There are also weekend retreats for mother-daughter adventures. June-August. $485-$3300 rates. 10% discount is allowed for 2nd or more sisters of the same family.

Contact & Learn More:

Phone: 1.800.882-0722

Web: www.riverviewcamp.com

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YMCA Camp Chandler




One of the largest camps in the south with over 1,000 acres of lake front property. Conveniently located 25 miles from Montgomery, AL on beautiful Lake Jordan. Whether you are looking for individual, small group, or camp-wide fun, we definitely have something for you! Campers are grouped according to age and gender. They live in cabins with up to 13 other campers and at least 2 counselors. Friendships grow as they live, share meals, laugh, and play together during a full week of fun! Campers are given the opportunity to participate in more than 20 different activities like horseback riding, skiing, archery, sailing, the high ropes course, and more. 5-15 years old.

Contact & Learn More:

Phone: 334.269.4362

Web: www.campchandler.org


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Active8 Summer Camps - Columbus State University, Continuing Education

706.507.8070 , www.activ8er.com

Alabama Museum of Natural History

Tuscaloosa, Al,
205.348.7550, www.amnh.ua.edu

Alabama School of Fine Arts

Birmingham, Al,
334.252.9241 , www.asfa.k12.al.us

Alabama Shakespeare Festival

Contact 1:Greta Lambert

334.271.5393glambert@asf.net

Alabama Wildlife Federation- Expedition Lanark Day Camp

Millbrook, Al,
334-285-4550, www.alabamawildlife.org

Camp Alamisco

334.272.7493 Ext: 123, www.gscsda.org

Camp Cosby

Alpine, AL,
1.800.85.COSBY, www.campcosby.org

Camp Joy

706-322-8267, www.valleyrescuemission.org

Camp Juliette Low

Cloudland, Ga,
706.862.2169, www.cjl.org

Camp Marannook

Lafayette, Al,
334.864.7504, www.marannook.com

Camp New Song

Chelsea, Al,
205.877.2224, www.alfoundationforoncology.org

Camp Skyline Ranch

Mentone, AL,
800.448.9279, www.campskyline.com

Camp Victory

Samson, Al,
334.898.7948, www.campvictoryal.org

Camp Winnataska

Pell City, Al.,
205.640.6741, www.winnataska.org

Camp Woodmont

Lookout Mountain,
, www.campwoodmont.com

Lookout Mountain Camp for Boys

Mentone, Al,
, www.lookoutmountaincamp.com

McWane Science Center

Birmingham, Al,
205.714.8300, www.mcwane.org

Stringfellows

Huntingdon College, Montgomery, Al,
334.240.4004, www.montgomerysymphony.org