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June 4-8 On the Fast Track: We are out of the gate and onto the fast track on Tuesday, June 5, as we head to Kids Country where we’ll find The Rio Grande train, The Carousel, The Red Baron, The Plane Ride, The Spin Tops, The Swings, The Ferris Wheel, Noah’s Lark, Kiddie Karts, Rookie Karts, mini-golf and so much more. With the most rides in town, the fun never ends for our friends in Kids Country. Everyone will most certainly return home this day ready for a rest. (Kids Country, Pigeon Forge, TN)

June 11-15: We’re Going Green: No, not for the environment this time. It’s time to hit the greens as we play a game of Putt-Putt® Golf then chill for some fun in the arcade. Who will get a hole-in-one this time? Who will win a prize in the arcade? Putt-Putt® Golf and Games, offering three 18-hole Putt-Putt® Golf courses, is the perfect place for an afternoon of friendly fun and laughter. (Putt-Putt® Golf and Games, Farragut, TN)

June 18-22: “It’s Full Steam Ahead”: As students board the Three Rivers Rambler (3RR), a tourist train operation located in the heart of Knoxville. The 2-hour, 11-mile train ride will take students from downtown Knoxville to the start of the Tennessee River, powered by a historical steam engine. After the ride, we will enjoy lunch outdoors in one of Knoxville’s beautiful parks. All aboard! (Three Rivers Rambler, Knoxville, TN)

June 25-29: You Wanna Get the Scoop?: Well then, you’ll have to join us for a trip to Mayfield’s Dairy where you’ll learn how your favorite Mayfield’s dairy products are made. Enjoy a short film in their theatre to see where it all began for Mayfield. Learn how the milk makes it from the dairy to the fridge and get the inside scoop on how they make that delicious Mayfield Ice Creamier. Plus, see first-hand how their famous yellow jugs are made. You can even try your hand at “milking” a life-sized replica of a Jersey cow. The best part - it ends with a delicious scoop of your favorite Mayfield’s Ice Cream! (Mayfield’s Dairy, Athens, TN)

July 2-6: “It’s Raining Cats and Dogs”: This may be and old sayin’, and it may not be rainin’ “cats and dogs” at the RainForest Adventures Discovery Zoo, but you’ll have a chance to see over 600 live animals representing over 130 species during our visit on Tuesday, July 3.  The RainForest Adventures Discovery Zoo is home to unique and beautiful creatures from the Rain Forests of the world. (RainForest Adventures Discovery Zoo, Pigeon Forge, TN)  OUR 2018 SUMMER CAMP WILL BE CLOSED ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 4TH IN OBSERVANCE OF INDEPENDENCE DAY!

July 9-13: Awesome Athletes: "Take me out to the ball game . . . ." And we will! America's favorite summer pastime is shared this week with our summer campers as we embark on a field trip to the Tennessee Smokies baseball game. We'll be having a ball in the shade rooting for the home team at high noon on Tuesday, July 10. Which will you buy? Peanuts or Cracker Jacks? STUDENTS MUST RING $20 FOR THEIR LUNCH AND A SNACK. (Smokies Park, Sevierville, TN)

July 9-13: Right Down Your Alley: Because this is such a popular field trip, we are making a second trip to Strike and Spare Family Bowl this summer. Again, fun awaits us as we divide into teams to compete in some friendly bowling competition. Who’ll get a strike? Will somebody bowl a perfect game? Or, who’ll end up in the gutter? We’ll see on Tuesday, July 10. This is a day that will be “right down your alley!” Students must wear/bring socks on this day (Strike and Spare Family Bowl, Knoxville, TN).  

July 16-20: Hoops Are the Name of the Game: As we travel to the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame on Tuesday, July 17. This trip will include a pizza party that includes time in the private “Urban Playground”, a basketball skills program that will teach campers how to shoot, dribble and pass like the pros, a museum tour, scavenger hunt, and games and free play on the basketball court. (Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame, Knoxville, TN)

July 23-27: Ups and Downs: We all know life has its ups and downs and our 2018 Summer Camp is no exception. We conclude our summer fun this week with a trip to Pump It Up on Tuesday, July 24, for an afternoon of high energy. This trip will find an indoor play area that will fill our afternoon with fun, energy and excitement. What a way to end the summer fun! (Pump It Up, Knoxville, TN)

July 30-August 2: Wipe Out: Imagination Run Wild: Whether you delve into the Inversion Tunnel, the Far Out Illusion Gallery, or Space Zone, your imagination will run wild! Summer campers will learn how it all began as a Top Secret facility on a remote island, in the middle of the Bermuda Triangle. Fun awaits our students at WonderWorks, Pigeon Forge’s #1 indoor interactive attraction on Tuesday, August 1, with more than 120 interactive, hands-on exhibits, and featuring a brand new “Space Walk Challenge” that glows in the dark! (WonderWorks, Pigeon, Forge TN)

2018 Summer Camp
A Ministry of Grace Covenant Baptist Church and Academy
Grades K thru 5          June 4 - August 2, 2018
"Join us for our 2018 Summer Camp! It's always so much fun and there are so many things to do! Don't miss a fun-filled summer!"

Call today to reserve your spot in our summer camp as spaces fill quickly!
Grace Covenant Baptist Academy will be closed from May 25-June 1, 2018.


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Knoxville Summer Camps

9956 Dutchtown Road, Knoxville, TN 37923
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2018 Summer Day Camp Rates

Enrollment Fee: $35.00 per child (must be paid at time of enrollment)

Activities/Admissions Fee: $50.00 per child (must be paid by May 18, 2018)
(includes 2018 summer camp T-shirt, all field trip admissions, swimming twice per week,
a weekly visit to the movies, all on-site activities and transportation)

Weekly Tuition: $135.00 per child (requires a 9-week summer camp commitment)
(Families enrolled in the 2018 Summer Camp program will be responsible for paying for all 10 weeks
of summer camp, regardless of whether or not the child is present.  No refunds for weeks missed.)

If you're looking for summer camps run by a Christian school in Knoxville, you're in the right place. Kids from Baptist churches in Knoxville and churches of other denominations love our summer camps for their great activities, safety and wonderful experiences.
Debbie Smith
Director of Early Childhood Education

Call us today as spaces fill quickly!