Have fun at the farm not far from home.
Join us for our second year of summer fun and learning at Dunwoody’s only authentic history camp – held on the grounds of the 1870 Donaldson-Bannister Farm right in the heart of Dunwoody. Priced and scheduled for your convenience and your kids’ summer schedule. Staffed by loving licensed educators with a low kid-to-staff ration of just 5-to-1.
Choose from four fun one-week sessions.
Pick the session that best suits your summer schedule. Come to any or all. Just come have fun!
June 17-21 (Full) June 24-29 (Full)
July 8-12 (Full) July 15-19 (Full)
Thank you for your support! All four weeks of Camp Flashback are currently Full. If you would like to be placed on a waiting list, please email email@example.com
Spend your days like an 1870s farm kid.
Experience first-hand how kids lived in the Olden Days:
- Hand-churn butter and ice cream
- Milk the goats
- Groom a pony
- Make and play board games
- Plant herbs and sunflowers
- Learn to weave and sew
- Wash clothes with a washboard
- Go on scavenger hunts
- Run through the pasture
- Learn some Dunwoody history
No cell phones, no computers, no technology. Just plain old-fashioned fun!
Don’t miss out. Reserve your spot today.
9:00 am – 3:00 pm daily, Monday-Friday
8:00 am – 5:00pm extended hours for early drop-off and late pick-up
$200/camper/week – special pricing for Dunwoody Preservation Trust (DPT) Members
$235/camper/week for Non-DPT Members
$85/camper/week for extended hours
Go here to sign up and simultaneously join DPT to get our member discount.
For campers ages 7-12 .
Camper and Parent Comments:
“Our daughter says that this has been her favorite camp all summer!” – Parent
“We loved this camp! Such a refreshing change of pace in this screen-focused world we live in!” – Parent
“It was awesome!” – Camper
Questions about Camp Flashback?
Please contact Suzanne Huff, our executive director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Camp Flashback is sponsored by Dunwoody Preservation Trust, manager and caretaker of the Donaldson-Bannister Farm.