Spring is in the air and school will be out of for the greater Nashville area a few weeks after that — but what to do during the summer months? To help you here are the best summer camps in Williamson County and Nashville.
There’s a lot to explore at Whippoorwill Farm Day Camp: archaeology, archery, arts and crafts, fishing, swimming, zip lines, and so much more! Located in Fairview.
At tap root farm your kids can experience horse riding, explore the local lake, go fishing, kayak, or get painting and woodworking done. Monday through Friday 9a-3p, with aftercare available. Located in Franklin, TN.
The YMCA’s Camp Widjiwagan in Nashville is a summertime classic. Running all summer long (through the very last days before school starts) kids can experience a variety of different activities: from nature camps, to pirate adventures, or even Harry Potter themed day camps. Over 5,800 campers enjoyed Camp Widjiwagan last summer.
The Act Too Players Summer Drama Camp gives your kids the chance to perform a broadway hit musical! A different musical is on the schedule each week: whether your kid is into Frozen or Paw Patrol, you are sure to find a favorite.
Another great option for aspiring performers is the Nashville Children’s Theatre summer camp. With camps for ages ranging from 4 to 18 you are sure to find an activity your children will love. But hurry — this camp fills up fast!
What’s better than a day at the zoo? Well, how about a whole summer at the Zoo? The Nashville Zoo offers campers from 4 to 18 day camps full of zoo activities, exploration, games, and crafts.
If you’re looking to foster your child’s creative side the Novel Idea creative writing camp is definitely worth a look. Located in Nashville and running through both June and July.
School Registration Deadlines
While everyone’s mind is on summer activities it’s also not too early to plan out the next school year. Whether you’re just moving to the area or your child is just now school aged, it’s important to keep an eye on all the relevant deadlines and registration dates.
You can find out information on the websites for Williamson County Schools, Metro Nashville Schools, and the Wilson County School District