10 Marietta GA Summer Camps for 2024

Confession: I was not prepared for the stress of figuring out summer camps once our son aged out of daycare. After a ton of research, here’s a list of 10 Marietta GA summer camps to help make your life easier!

  • High Meadows: located in Roswell, this is a traditional day camp serving kindergartners through 9th graders. Camp takes place on 40 acres of meadow and woodlands. The hours are from 9-4 and they do not provide before/after care.
  • The Walker School: located in Marietta on the Walker School’s campus, they offer full and half-day programs as well as before/after care. The half-day programs are themed and the full-day programs are more traditional. Full-day programs also include weekly field trips. There’s also an early bird discount if you register before April 1st!
  • Club SciKidz: There are a bunch of different locations in the Atlanta area for this one and every week has a different theme. They’ve got a week for video game makers, american doll, junior vet, minecraft, etc. They also offer before/after care.
  • YMCA: There are 2 YMCA’s in Marietta and several more in the surrounding areas. They offer both themed weeks and traditional weeks. Older kiddos have the option of doing day camps on Lake Allatoona. Drop off is allowed as early as 7:30am and pick up goes until 6pm.
  • Rhythm Dance Center: Serving kids as young as 2.5 through teens, there are a ton of fun choices here! They’re one of the few camps I’ve seen the offers 3-day and 5-day options.
  • School of Rock: If you have a budding musician, this might be a great choice! Camps run from 9am-3pm, with the week ending with a concert on Friday.
  • The Coding School: This is for your emerging computer science guru. Camp hours are from 9-3 and include themes such as 3D printing, Nintendo Switch Coding Camp, and Lego Masters Camp.
  • Marietta Martial Arts: This camp offers themed weeks with fun activities as well as some karate instruction and lessons on focus, respect, and self-discpline.The camper to instructor ratio is 15:1 and they serve kids ages 4 and up.
  • Marietta Community School: Located in the Marietta Sixth Grade Academy, this camp plans a ton of weekly field trips, has a camp store where kids can purchase snacks every day, and offers a whole bunch of enrichment pop-ups. Hours are from 7:30am-5:30pm.
  • Camp Kingfisher: This camp is affiliated with the Chattahoochee Nature Center. They run traditional sessions and themed sessions. Activities include canoeing, educational hikes, swimming, and live animal encounters. Camp hours are from 9-3:30 and they offer before/after care.

There are so many great Marietta GA summer camps to choose from and I hope this helps you sort out someo of the planning woes! In between camps, check out these ideas for things to do in Marietta here and things to do in Atlanta here.

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