2013 Camp Theme - Life Along the Etowah - June 11 - 14
Nineteen children attended the 2013 enrichment camp. Campers learned how both Native Americans and pioneers lived long ago. The children enjoyed a mock archaeological dig and learned how historical archaeological has played a role in what historians know about Georgia’s first people.
Native American and pioneer games, crafts and hikes kept the campers busy. Children ages 9 through 12 years enjoy the Center's annual day camp each June. The Center offers a high-quality enrichment camp which includes educational opportunities and fun activities. Children long remember the four-day camps and many return the following year to renew old friendships.
Thanks to the volunteers who assist Center staff with the camp, the fee is kept low and the ratio of adults to children is approximately one adult to five campers.
Campers participated in a mock archaeological dig and learned how archaeologists document artifacts. Also, the blue tribe and the red tribe on the final day of the camp.