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April 15, 2024

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Day Camps for Little Ones

You may be wondering if a day camp would be good for your little girl or boy. Well, getting out and doing something fun is ALWAYS good! It’s also true that when you make friends with other moms, your kids make friends with their children. So go for it. Here’s a collection of day camps for little kids in the Williamson area:


Ann Carroll School of Dance
1121 Harpeth Industrial Court, Ste. 500
Brentwood | 615-790-6468
Kids starting at age 2 can participate in Pre-School Camp.

Battle Ground Academy Summer Camps
336 Ernest Rice Lane, Franklin
Kids starting at age 3 can participate in full- and half-day camps.

David Deaton Karate Studios
204 D Ward Circle, Brentwood
Starting at age 4, children can begin learning martial arts in the Little Dragons program.

Let it Shine Gymnastics
1892 Gen. George Patton Drive, Franklin
Funtastic summer camps start at age 3.

My Gym
330 Franklin Road, Brentwood
My Gym Camp is a drop-off program filled with fitness games, non-competitive gymnastics, crafts and more starting at age 3.

School of Nashville Ballet
500 Wilson Pike Cir., Ste. 119, Brentwood
Half-day camps start at age 3 and include Degas and the Little Dancer, Carnival of the Animals, Peter Pan and Ferdinand the Bull.


Camp Beech Creek
Currey Ingram Academy
6544 Murray Lane, Brentwood
615-507-3242, ext. 276
Themed weekly sessions for rising kindergartners.

Creekside Riding Academy and Stables
2359 Lewisburg Pike, Franklin
Five-year-olds can participate in one-week, half-day camps featuring riding lessons, safety, grooming and more.

Deer Run Camps & Retreats
3845 Perkins Road, Thompson’s Station
Traditional one-week day camp adventures for kids beginning at age 5.

About the Author

Susan Swindell Day, Editor

Susan Swindell Day is the editor in chief of Nashville Parent and the mom of four amazing kids.