Summer Camp Spotlight: Camp Sequoyah in Fayetteville

Editor’s note: Camp Sequoyah is a paid sponsor in the featured section of our 2019 Northwest Arkansas Summer Camps & Activities Guide. This story offers additional information about Camp Sequoyah’s summer camps as well as contact info.

Camp Sequoyah

About our camps: Camp Sequoyah is a series of summer day camps hosted at historic Mount Sequoyah in Northwest Arkansas. Campers will participate in a variety of fun games, educational activities, field trips, swimming, and more. Each week of camp is themed. We offer everything from sports, to art and drama, to the great outdoors, and more, and we pack as much summer fun as we can into every minute. Kids will experience a loving and caring environment while being challenged to be the best person they can be in their family, with their friends, and for their community. Multi-camp discounts are available.

Address: 150 N Skyline Drive, Fayetteville

Phone: 479-443-4531

Dates:

June 3 – 7: Outdoor Camp

Campers will be doing activities centered around the great outdoors! Hiking, capture the flag, nature crafts, natural science activities, and more are all included in this week of camp. We are also planning to teach campers how to be more conscious of their environment – reduce, reuse, recycle, respect, and react.

June 10 – 14: Sports Camp

This camp is focused on keeping campers active and moving while playing some of their favorite sports and (hopefully) trying some new ones! Campers will also have the opportunity to learn more about leadership and how they can be a leader even if they are only a kid.

June 17 – 21: Create Camp

Music, art, drama, and dance are all things that campers will get to experience at Create Camp. We will do everything from painting to drawing to working on a short performance for parents at the end of the week. The focus for campers this week will be courage and how to stand up for yourself and what you believe in.

June 24 – 28: Beginner Tennis 1 (8 am – Noon, $150, no meals)

This beginner tennis camp is designed to introduce players to the game of tennis. Campers will play tennis related games and do drills to help learn concepts about the sport. They will also play non-tennis related games to have fun and keep them moving and active. Lessons on sportsmanship and fairness will be the focus for the week.

June 24 – 28: Kanakuk Kampout (9 am – 4 pm, $285, meals extra)

REGISTER HERE for Kanakuk

July 8 – 12: Beginner Tennis 2 (8 am – Noon, $150. no meals)

This beginner tennis camp is designed to introduce players to the game of tennis. Campers will play tennis related games and do drills to help learn concepts about the sport. They will also play non-tennis related games to have fun and keep them moving and active. Lessons on sportsmanship and fairness will be the focus for the week.

July 8 – 12: Kanakuk Kampout (9 am – 4 pm, $285, meals extra)

REGISTER HERE for Kanakuk

July 15 – 20: Vacation Bible School: Detectives

New theme for 2019! This session of camp is all about “Uncovering Jesus.” Campers will get to write in invisible ink, try to break codes and solve puzzles, and other spy/detective themed activities all while learning about how much God loves and cares for them.

July 22 – 26: Film and Food Camp

New theme for 2019! This camp will focus on teaching kids about food and film. Campers will get to prepare and try new foods, learn to set a table for guests, and safety in the kitchen. They will also get to watch movies, try their hand at animation and storytelling, and more. An additional focus for the week will be respect.

July 29 – August 2: Tech Camp

This camp is centered on science and technology. Campers will get to experience robotics, natural sciences, chemistry, and activities about the weather. They will also be challenged to think critically and solve problems be participating in some experiment challenges. Campers will also be learning about honor and integrity this week.

August 5 – 9: Epic Camp

Epic Camp is our end of summer fun camp! We do our best to fit in as many fun summer activities as we can into the last week of summer. We will keep campers moving and active, and plan to end the week with a carnival of games and prizes. Campers will also be learning about some dynamic duos and what these famous pairs can teach us about friendship.

Age Group Served: 5 – 12 year olds

Cost: $200 for full day camps, $150 for half day camps,

Click here for more information about Camp Sequoyah: https://mountsequoyah.org/camp-sequoyah/

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