Registration now CLOSED!
All campers will engage in activities related to Water, Insects, Leaves, and Dirt. Campers will enjoy exploring aquatic life in Line Creek, seeing plants and wildlife along the hiking trails, learning how the granite outcroppings emerged within the nature area, making arts and crafts, traditional camp activities along with lots of nature fun within the 60 acre Line Creek Nature Area. There will also be special activities based on weekly themes and guest presenters whom will allow campers to learn about and meet wild animals up close. *Camp days are Monday-Friday, 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. Campers may be signed in beginning at 8:30 am. Campers must be picked up by 1:30 pm.
Tadpoles (ages 6 – 8 )
Bugs, birds and fishing will provide a wonderful introduction to our natural world for children eager to participate in activities geared for youngsters of this age group. Activities will excite camper senses. Touching creepy crawlers, hear local birds, and just getting in the dirt will provide great outdoor fun.
Trailblazers (ages 9– 12)
Campers will participate in more complex environmental field studies including aquatic and plant life in the pond and Line Creek. Exploring the granite outcroppings and native rocks will provide insight into important historical cultures. Introduction to bird watching, listening skills, and tracking patterns will help campers identify and appreciate local birds and animals.
Staff Guidance Helps Children Grow
Southern Conservation Trust’s primary goal is to offer children a positive camp experience in an outdoor environment where they can appreciate nature, engage in healthy outdoor activities and be introduced to environmental stewardship. Our camp staff encourage campers to reach their own conclusions while coaching them to trust themselves in making the right choices. Empowered young people can spark a desire to make a difference! Caring adults are always present to provide the attention and guidance young people need to grow, to discover the wonders of nature, make new friends and have lots of healthy, active, outdoor fun. Under the guidance of the Camp Coordinator, staff plan each day carefully to promote a memorable experience. Guest presenters will compliment activities providing a wide range of opportunities for nature discovery.
Line Creek Nature Area
Line Creek Nature Area is a 67 acre public preserve on Hwy 54 which borders Line Creek on the Coweta/Fayette County line. Several miles of easy and challenging trails, stocked pond with fishing dock, picnic tables & gazebo and granite outcroppings and creek shoals provide enjoyment unique xeric vegetation and wildlife. A scenic area to relax and enjoy a peaceful excursion. Registration begins April 1st, please download/complete/ Email Us or mail with payment:
- Camp Description
- Camp WILD Registration Procedures
- Camp Registration 2015 (complete a separate form for each child) * Enrollment Now CLOSED!
- Family & Emergency Information (please also provide health/immunization records)
- Parent Pack of Information (please sign and return only pgs 1-2)
- Camp Fees
- $85.00 per week per child
- $65.00 per week per child – SCT members
- $20.00 per an EXTRA T-shirt (one T-shirt is included with camp fee)
- (Full payment required upon registration; your child will not be accepted into camp without full payment for that week. Weekly camp enrollment is limited and on a first come first served basis.)
Pay Online or by Check payable to Southern Conservation Trust: Mail checks to: 192 McIntosh Trail – Peachtree City, GA 30269 ** Please write your camper’s name on all checks.
For additional Information, contact us.
Special thanks to:
Our Presenting Grantor:
Rotary Club of Peachtree City