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Leadership Academy Camps

Leadership Academy creates camps that connect children to nature, makes friends and develops social skills for children ages 6-17. We believe that play and outdoor exploration increases creativity, confidence, social intelligence and grit. Our goal is to get children outside, exploring, learning, playing and having fun so that they develop a strong sense of self and a deeper connection to nature. Our camps are Camp Warner Park, Camp Bells Bend Beaman, Camp Two Rivers, Nashville Sail Camp, Mountain Bike Camp, and Teen Leadership Adventure.

Camp Warner Park

7199 Hwy 100, Nashville • 615-856-4772 •

Camp Warner Park loves connecting kids with nature! Every day at Camp is filled with imaginative play, exploring in the creek, seeing local wildlife, building forts, making crafts and forming friendships! Camp Warner Park is where your child develops a true love and affinity for the natural world and will feel like they belong in it. Day campers will be grouped with qualified, energetic, and passionate counselors who will foster a sense of appreciation of the parks and the outdoors. For children ages 6-12 years old.

Camp Two Rivers

Two Rivers Park, Nashville • 615-856-4772 •

Camp Two Rivers, formerly GROW Enrichment Camp, is the place where your child’s creativity and imagination can run wild while they learn to respect and appreciate our natural world. Campers experience a wide range of natural habitats through hiking, exploring, imaginative playtime, crafts and making friends all while learning principles of urban conservation. Located at Two Rivers Park near the dog park, ages 6-12.

Camp Bells Bend Beaman

4187 Old Hickory Blvd, Nashville • 615-856-4772 •

Camp Bells Bend Beaman is an outdoor adventure day camp that forms friendships and a love of nature. Our campers learn outdoor skills, such a fire-building, campfire cooking, using hand-tools, setting up a tent, bird watching and more. These beautiful parks offer access to pristine creeks and woods, plus archery and rock climbing! Your child will love spending their days outside with their new camp friends, and you’ll love their newfound independence and confidence. Day campers, ages 6 - 12, Monday - Wednesday at Bells Bend Outdoor Center, Thursday and Friday at Beaman Park Nature Center.

Nashville Sail Camp

Harbor Island Yacht Club and Percy Priest Yacht Club • 615-856-4772 •

Nashville Sail Camp is a learn to sail camp for beginner sailors. Qualified instructors will teach curriculum is based on US Sailing Level 1. Along with boat navigation, safety, and points of sail, your child will learn valuable problem solving, creative thinking techniques and teamwork. Campers spend their days in a group of peers, with caring camp staff and certified instructors to learn to sail with plenty of hands-on sailing experience! The choice of Nashville two locations - Old Hickory and Percy Priest Lakes.

Teen Leadership Adventure

4187 Old Hickory Blvd, Nashville • 615-856-4772 •

Have fun, make friends and learn Leadership Skills at camp. Teen Leadership Adventure teaches principles of leadership through two unique and fun programs, Leaders in Training (13-16) and Counselors in Training (15-17). Under the direction and support from the Teen Mentor, Teen Leaders participate in camp activities, at a leader level, learning both advanced skills and how to teach and talk about beginning skills. Teen Leaders will learn to be a role model to younger campers, lead games and songs and complete a service project with their peers while journaling about their experience. Being a Teen Leader can be a transformational journey that takes teens to the next level of their leadership development. This program takes place at Camp Warner Park and Nashville Sail Camp.


Mountain Bike Camp

Deep Well Trailhead, Percy Warner Park, Nashville • 615-856-4772 •

Is your camper ready to hit the trail? Our Mountain Bike Camp is a great way to enjoy nature and improve skills. Camp is for all levels of experience, from beginner to experienced. Qualified instructors teach bike maintenance, set-up and a variety of riding techniques to help campers get out on the trails. The camp day is set up with classroom sessions, skill assessments, drill practice, hands-on bike work, trail rides and classic camp activities including games, songs, and crafts. Campers must provide their own bike, helmet and required safety gear. For ages 11-17.

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