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Guide To Summer Camps

COHUTTA SPRING YOUTH CAMP

COHUTTA SPRING YOUTH CAMP

What we're all about...

Cohutta Springs Youth Camp is a Christian Camp located in NW Georgia on 750 private acres bordering the National Forest. Young people, ages 7-18, are welcome without regard to race, religion or political view. The camp is owned by the Georgia-Cumberland Conference of Seventh-day Adventists who believe positive Christian experiences are high priority!Cohutta Springs takes pride in professional operations. This is illustrated by it's affiliation with AACP, CCCA and accredited by the American Camp Association (ACA). It is Cohutta Spring's goal to be considered the finest provider of health, fitness, recreation and outdoor services in the country.Sunshine, mountain fresh air, healthy role models, lots of exercise and healthy food, all combine to provide our campers the seven healthiest days to be found anywhere. Retreats & conferences accepted.

COHUTTA SPRING YOUTH CAMP
COHUTTA SPRING YOUTH CAMP
COHUTTA SPRING YOUTH CAMP
COHUTTA SPRING YOUTH CAMP
COHUTTA SPRING YOUTH CAMP

Contact us

Georgia-Cumberland Conference

Alyse Ipsaro

(706) 602-7346

(706) 625-3684

Fax:

Our camp address

COHUTTA SPRING YOUTH CAMP

1181 Cohutta Springs Rd

Crandall

GA

30711

Founded:

Type:

Overnight

Age Range:

Campers:

Coed

Lodging:

Cabins

Capacity:

280

Accreditation

ACA

What we offer...

Activities

Acting, Archery, Arts & Crafts, Basketball, Canoeing, Ceramics/Pottery, Cycling, Film Making, Fishing, Football, Horseback/Western, Mountain Biking, Music, Nature Study, Photography, Softball, Swim Instruction, Swim Recreation, Theater, Tumbling, Volleyball, Waterski,

Cost & Sessions

Contact us for rates & dates.

Camp Q&A

How do we screen staff?

Ratio of campers to staff?

What are our safety & security policies?

How do we handle disciplinary issues?

What medical resources are available?

What's our typical daily schedule?

How do we help campers with homesickness?

What percentage of campers return to camp?

What kind of food is served?

Can parents visit camp?

How do campers communicate with parents?

Are references available?

What's our policy regarding phones and digital devices?

Is tuition assistance available?