Summer Camps: A few spots still available at Camp Augusta

Still mapping out your child’s summer camp plans? Camp Augusta, a residential summer camp located in the Sierra Nevada, has thirteen openings left for this summer.

Spots are available for kids age 9 – 14 . There are six sessions during the season, three one-week and three two-week, with 90-95 campers (aged 8-16) each session. The staff to camper ratio is 1:2. To learn more about the openings, email and submit interest here.

Camp Augusta is a longtime Piedmont tradition going back to 1931. At camp, children have the experience of living without many of the modern conveniences that are present in their everyday lives. They live in an open air cabin without electricity — and that means no televisions or other digital entertainment. They can choose to participate in a variety of activities that they may not have tried or even seen before, such as blacksmithing, sword-fighting, leather-working, lampworking, whip-cracking, fire-spinning, high and low rope challenges, archery, and horseback riding … to name a few.

Generations of Piedmont kids have spent happy summers at Camp Augusta. Learn more here.

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