“Wild weeks!” A terrific series of week-long programs for children entering grades 1-7. Programs begin at 8:30 a.m. and end at 3:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Drop-off time for children is between 8:00 a.m. and 8:30 a.m.. $130/week ($115 for members), includes snacks, all materials, and a WILD WEEKS T-shirt.
An online directory of Asheville, NC summer camps for boys and girls, including both day and overnight camps. Please contact 828-253-2880 or [email protected] with any updates or questions.
Asheville Racquet Club, on Hendersonville Road, offers one week camp sessions from June through August. They offer summer camps at both locations of the Asheville Racquet Club. Choose from tennis camps, soccer camps, junior varsity sports Camp, varsity sports camp, ARC adventure camp .
TaeKwonDo and self-defense for kids. Summer programs meet two days a week for children 4 years and up. Classes take place at the new JC Martial Arts center at 1200 Hendersonville Road, Asheville. Contact Master Y. Jeon
Timberlake offers traditional camping with an outstanding Christian staff. riding, backpacking, tennis, climbing, wrestling, paintball, archery, waterskiing, riflery, mountain biking, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, guitar, soccer, volleyball, ropes course, fencing, rafting, and much more are available. Timberlake is the brother camp to Merri-Mac for Girls.
Find your friends here! Camp Ruach (that means “spirit”) welcomes all rising 1st-8th graders for a traditional day camp experience focused on building lifelong friendships and enjoying a summer full of fun. Each two-week session is built upon teaching important values through exciting activities, including sports, cooking, crafts, archery, nature expeditions, gardening, overnights, dance, music, swimming with WSI certified swim instructors, and much more.
Monday, June 13th through Friday, August 5th, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Each week offers campers a different theme such as Superheroes for the 3-5 year olds to Broadway Bound for the 6-9 year olds. Campers will work through the week to create an informal performance to be shared with family and friends on Friday. Complimentary camp photos that capture the week of learning and fun will also be provided. All four themed ½ day camps put an emphasis on creative movement and dance and music. 9am to 12pm M-F. $125 per week.
June 25-June 29
July 30- August 3
To register call 828-669-0930 or visit BlackmountainArts.org.
Is a year round, non-profit organization for ages 8-18, using outdoor adventure education, service to others and environmental education.
Eliada’s 21st Century Community Learning Center runs each summer to complement our afterschool program. 21st Century Community Learning Center programs recognize that summer learning loss plagues many students, and Eliada’s year-round learning and enrichment program provides opportunities to practice literacy and STEM skills no matter the time of year!
Asheville Creative Arts, known for producing innovative theatre for audiences of all ages, presents a one-week theatre camp to provide students experience in a variety of theatre arts. Students will learn acting, creative drama, writing & puppetry adapting a folktale to present on the final day. With daily master lessons by local artists in music, improvisation or movement. Camp will be held at Hanger Hall and runs from 9am-5pm; early drop-off/late pick-up available. Cost is $275. Scholarship info available by request.
Co-Ed – Ages 8-11 – Daily – Full-Day – June 25 through June 29
The Movers and Shakers Summer Camp promotes the same values that are the cornerstone of Asheville Community Movement: teaching kids to be independent and conscientious community members within a fun and safe environment. We try to nurture the individual passions of our campers by devoting each week to themes that foster community spirit and sustainable living.
LEAF Summer Camp welcomes all rising first through fifth graders for a week full of daytime adventures through creative and performing arts! LEAF Camp will re-create the beloved festival experience for campers. Please visit the website for additional information. Week I is scheduled for July 24-28 and Week II for July 31-August 4.
Join the Colburn & UNCA for it’s inaugural Summer Science Camp. Hosted on UNCA’s campus, we are offering six one-week sessions that are sure to be a BLAST! Summer Science Camp is a day camp located on the UNCA Campus. Each session will run for 5 days. Drop-off will be at 9 am & pick-up at 5pm, Monday through Friday. Each session will focus around one of our three themes this summer. Ignite interest in science with hands-on exploration, awesome experiments, UNCA science facilities, and outdoor fun!
Now enrolling students to learn to play the instrument of their choice. Although there are no specific summer programs, instructors are available for private and group classes. Beginner to advanced.
Known to some as the “world’s smallest camp.” Separate boys and girls travel camps offering programs from one to five weeks in length. Enrollment for each session is limited to 16 campers. This summer: Roan Mountain Base Camp; Pisgah Forest Base Camp; French Broad Canoe Adventure; and a four-day Appalachian Trail Backpacking and Rafting expedition. Just a few spots still available for this summer. Call Kim and David Broshar.
Fox Mountain Guides and Climbing School is the south’s only AMGA Accredited Guide Service. They offer rock climbing, ice climbing guiding and rock climbing courses across North Carolina. A great and exciting way to see the Mountains! FMG also offers a teen adventure summer camps June through August. We only use American Mountain Guides Association (AMGA) trained and certified Instructors and Guides. No other guide service in the Southeastern USA upholds this incredibly high standard. Excellence in Rock Guiding and Instruction since 1994.
– The South’s only AMGA Accredited Guide Service
– AMGA Certified Instructors or Guides on every trip
– No experience necessary
– We cater to all ability levels and ages
Eliminating racism, empowering women — it’s what the YWCA is about and what it intends to do. The YWCA of Asheville offers programs in Aquatics, including swim lessons, lap and open swims, water aerobics, lifeguard training, and more.
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The Academy at Terpsicorps is Asheville’s newest dance school and ballet conservatory. Providing the world class dance training consistent with the stylistic requirements of Terpsicorps Theatre of Dance, dancers young and old will be provided with a rich knowledge of classical technique and the ability to adapt to all styles and techniques.
For more than 60 years Merri-Mac for has offered traditional camping with outstanding Christian staff. Riding, backpacking, tennis, climbing, gymnastics, archery, waterskiing, riflery, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, guitar, soccer, volleyball, ropes course, fencing, rafting, dance, drama, and much more are available. Merri-Mac is the sister camp to Timberlake for Boys.
YMCA works hard to keep families involved in the community and involved with each other. The YMCA has activities for all ages.
The Western North Carolina Nature Center is the first place where area children meet the animals they have read about. Deers, bears, cougars, wolf, racoons, birds and even farm animals are there for all to learn about. Exhibits on area poisonous snakes are worth absorbing. An aviary, self-guided nature trail and petting zoo make this a great place for the family. Small admission fee.
The Asheville JCC offers numerous opportunities for families with young children to participate in our community. Our outstanding Early Childhood Education programs, Hilde’s House Infant& Toddler Program, Shalom Children’s Center for Early Childhood and Shalom Children’s Center Pre-K, have received North Carolina’s highest rating of five stars, and include some of the most innovative programming available for young children in Western North Carolina. We also invite families with young children to participate in our weekly musical Shabbat and Havdalah celebrations.
Environmental Education ~ River Recreation ~ Service Learning~ Kids in the Creek ~ River of Words & Art ~River cleanup ~ Tree plantings ~ Canoe, kayak or raft trip ~ Tour of River Parks, stream restorations, and rain gardens ~Rockin? RiverFest ~ And much more!