1. Young Mountain Farm Camp

Young Mountain Farm Camp has been creating memories with horses for 20 years. This year we are offering a camp where campers choose the classes. These include riding, dulcimer making, book making, ukulele, fossil and nature adventures and more. In addition to horse back riding lessons, grooming, and trail riding we do horse crafts, learn horse songs and campers write and create a DVD horse movie.

Situated in the beautiful foothills of Maryville Young Mountain Farm has a pond for fishing, mountain creek, swimming pool and gorgeous trails. Camp starts at 9 and ends at 3:00. Prices vary depending on the session. This year we are are offering a variety of camps throughout the year. Our new Super Variety Camp offers excellent art programs as well with professional instructors. We are offering dulcimer making, ukulele, book making, sewing, fossil and nature adventures and more.

A five day camp is $425 and includes, snacks, water, awesome art projects, a photo t-shirt of each camper on their favorite horse and a DVD movie they created at camp.
Please contact us for a brochure.

2. Camp Webb

Camp Webb, Knoxville, TN, (DAY CAMP) provides a wide variety of summer activities in one location. We have a general day camp, sports camps and specialty camps!

Summer is a time when children can enjoy the fun of being a kid. Camp Webb’s Adventure Camp offers a safe and structured program in which campers make friends, learn life skills, experience teamwork, and just have some good, old fashioned fun.
If you are looking for a camp with more of a specific interest, our Specialty Camps are for you. We are proud of our large variety of Specialty Camp offerings and are very excited about our new additions this summer. From rockets to hip-hop dancing, campers will be led by
our enthusiastic leaders ready for summer fun. Many of these programs are led by our very own Webb School teachers. All Specialty Camps run from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Campers who cannot be picked up by 2:15 may transfer to our fun Aftercare program.
Sports Camps
Campers work hard, have fun, learn new skills, and perfect the old ones. Camp Webb’s coaching staff includes current and former
professional-level players and coaches, local private coaches, current Webb coaches, and other local high school coaches. All
Sports Camps run from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Campers who cannot be picked up by 2:15 may transfer to our fun Aftercare program.

3. Tate's Day Camp

Tate's Day Camp provides ten weeks of traditional camp activities to children ages 3-15. Flexible weekly sign-up gives families the freedom to pick and choose weeks throughout the summer. An inspired staff creates a caring, fun, and educational program!

Journey Into the FUNtastic!

Our recipe for a Tate's Day Camp FUNtastic summer combines a dynamic staff and energetic campers with a 52-acre campus that includes three swimming pools, multipurpose court, outdoor amphitheater, game fields, pond, miniature golf, climbing tower, archery range, woods and log buildings. Some activities have age requirements and instructional swimming is included for children ages 3-8. Hold on tight, the FUN is just beginning!


Discovery Camp ages 3-6 A unique environment created precisely for our youngest campers. Children are placed into specific groups based on age/grade and participate in many camp activities under the close supervision of our nurturing counselors. The low camper-to-counselor ratio ensures that all campers receive the support and assurance they need for a successful camp experience. All campers must be completely potty trained and at least age three by June 1. A sampling of activities includes swim instruction, arts and crafts, zip line, sing-alongs, sandbox play, outdoor games, nature activities, and story times. Children entering the first grade also have the opportunity to go boating.

Explorer Camp ages 7-10 Explorer campers are always looking for fun and challenging experiences, and we provide it! Campers are grouped by grade level with rising second and third graders together and rising fourth and fifth graders together. Excellent counselor role models provide supervision, guidance and encouragement. Due to the large variety of activities, explorer campers often get to choose their activities. Some of the activities include swimming, arts and crafts, archery, boating, nature study, group initiatives, zip line, outdoor games, sports and more. Rising fourth graders and older have opportunities to sign up for the climbing tower, marksmanship, and tree climbing.

Adventure Camp ages 11-13 The ultimate in middle school based camping. There are plenty of activities that vary by week including woodworking, drama, challenge games, sports, camp crafts, the climbing tower, zip line, marksmanship, and other options. But what really makes adventure camp so popular is the group bonding time, peer relationships and camaraderie with staff. Under the leadership of active staff role models, adventurers are a tight knit team and thrive on getting to choose their groups based on the weekly activities.

Counselor-In-Training ages 14-15 This leadership training program incorporates real life work experience into a fun and energetic camp environment. Through hands-on work, team building and problem solving, CITs learn life skills that they will keep forever. For complete CIT literature and registration information please contact the camp office.