Summer Camp Activities

Summer Camp Activities

Summer Camp Activities

by Barbara-Scott Kolb

Summer is just around the corner! Are you looking for some fun camps that will keep your kids active —physically, mentally and spiritually?

City of Corinth 2019 Summer Camp
May 28 to July 26

Looking for a fun summer program to keep your kids busy during the day and give you a little R&R? Kids ages 5 through 12 are invited to spend Monday-Friday at Shady Shores Elementary participating in a variety of activities. Campers will also go on weekly field trips to the Fort Worth Zoo, Ripley’s Believe it Or Not, Legoland, Water Works, and more! The camp will run from May 28 to July 26 from 7am – 6pm. Spaces at camp are guaranteed to fill up quickly, so make sure and sign up soon at


Point Guard College
July 29 to August 2

Point Guard College is a renowned training program for up and coming basketball players to improve their performance on the court. Kids from 7 – 11 grade will spend time in the classroom learning from acclaimed coaches, watching film, and practice sessions in the gym each morning, afternoon and evening. The camps will be 5-days and 4-nights and will be held at Texas Women’s University on July 29 – Aug 2. Don’t miss an opportunity for your child to grow in their skills as a leader, student and athlete as they learn from a first-class coaching staff. Visit for more information and to register.


Achievers Summer Camp
Starts June 4 For 9 Weeks

The Achievers Gymnastic Center is offering an affordable and flexible program to keep kids entertained throughout the summer! Achievers provides a fun, interactive environment for kids to make friends, learn
a new skill and keep active. Kids will stay excited and engaged as each week at camp is themed differently.

Visit and click on Programs & Events to view the 2019 summer camp schedules. Camps begin on June 4 and run the entire 9 weeks of summer.

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