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Summer Camp 2023 is coming soon!

Updated: Jan 21


It's time for another amazing summer outdoors! Summer camp registration will open to the public at 10 a.m. on Saturday, February 4, on the Parent Dashboard.


Here's an overview of the schedule for our 14th summer season, with some key highlights.


New and returning activities! We are resuming a few camper favorites, with caving at Raccoon Mountain Caverns and tree ropes climbing. We also are introducing stand up paddle boarding for a SUP experience at Lake Lanier.


As always, we look forward to hiking, beachfront lake swimming, zip lining, stream ecology, canoeing/kayaking, river tubing, whitewater rafting, and more.


Two weeks just for teens! Calling all alumni and teens ages 13-15. We are offering two unique encore sessions for any camper who may have missed their summer camps the past few years. Join us for fun adventure and one more summer at Camp Scene!


Field trip sessions with adventure and science exploration. We have a fun summer of adventure planned! The itinerary is subject to change. In the event an activity is canceled, we always attempt to adjust the schedule to preserve as much of the plan as possible. During the camp session, severe weather could impact the schedule without prior notice.


This is not a complete overview of daily adventure, but lists the main events.

  • Exploration Sessions, Ages 5-10

  • Geologists. Weeks of May 30 and June 26. Hiking (Arabia Mountain, Red Top Mountain), Mining (Hogg Mine, Consolidated Gold Mine), Beachfront swimming / Week of June 26 only: Tallulah Gorge

  • Wildlife Biologists. Weeks of June 5 and July 10. Hiking (Cherokee Bluffs), Animal tours (Wild Animal Safari, North Georgia Zoo, Dauset Trails Nature Center), Beachfront swimming and Aqua Park

  • Marine Biologists. Weeks of June 12 and July 17. Hiking (Newman Wetlands Center), Tour at Georgia Aquarium, Stream ecology (Dunwoody Nature Center, Chicopee Woods at Elachee Nature Center), Beachfront swimming and Aqua Park

  • Forest Rangers. Week of June 19. Hiking (Big Trees Forest Preserve, Blue Heron Nature Preserve, Amicalola Falls), Forestry program (Chattahoochee National Park Service), Beachfront swimming and Aqua Park

  • Adventure Sessions, Ages 7-12

  • Rivers. Weeks of May 30, June 19, and July 17. Hiking (Sweetwater Creek, Vickery Creek Falls), Kayaking/canoeing, Callaway Gardens and Aqua Island, Beachfront swimming / Weeks of June 19 and July 17 only: Anna Ruby Falls, River tubing

  • Trees. Weeks of June 5, June 26 and July 24. Hiking (Cherokee Bluffs, Big Trees Forest Preserve), Ziplining (Treetop Quest), Kayaking/canoeing, Callaway Gardens and Aqua Island, Beachfront swimming

  • Rocks. Weeks of June 12, June 26, and July 10. Hiking (Arabia Mountain, Johnson Ferry Trail), Caving (Raccoon Mountain Caverns), Tellus Science Museum, Kayaking/canoeing, Beachfront swimming and Aqua Park

  • 10+ Adventure Sessions, Ages 10-13

  • Rivers. Week of June 5 and July 17. Hiking (Sweetwater Creek, Anna Ruby Falls, Raven Cliff Falls), Kayaking/canoeing, River tubing, Whitewater rafting, Beachfront swimming

  • Lakes & Trees. Weeks of June 12 and July 10. Hiking (Fort Mountain State Park, Mountain Creek Lake Trail at Callaway Gardens, Pine Log Creek Trail); Stand up paddle boarding, Ropes tree climbing, Callaway Gardens and Aqua Island, Beachfront swimming

  • Teen Adventure Sessions, Ages 13-15

  • Teen Encore I! Week of June 19. Hiking (Cherokee Bluffs), Sliding rock (Tallulah Gorge), Ziplining (Banning Mills), Caving (Raccoon Mountain Caverns), Kayaking/canoeing, Beachfront swimming

  • Teen Encore II! Week of July 24. Hiking (East Palisades Trail), Sliding rock (Tallulah Gorge), Kayaking/canoeing, Whitewater rafting, Callaway Gardens and Aqua Island, Beachfront swimming

On site sessions. Nature Camp, which is held on site for ages 5-11, has four unique sessions: Biologists, Geologists, Ecologists, Zoologists. Each week includes small group playground time, nature art and crafts; wildlife studies with animal interactions; plant explorations with gardening and time with the chickens; hands-on environmental science; and active movement, including nature yoga or games.


Cost. On site nature camp costs $370 per week ($25 discount for 3rd or more full week sessions in the same checkout) and field trip camp costs $545 per week ($40 discount for 3rd or more full week sessions in the same checkout).


Contact us with any questions at office@campscene.com, and we hope to see you this summer.

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