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Nashville Summer Camps

Camp Big Fish - Summer of 2020


May 26 – July 31


Hours M-F 7:15 A.M. - 6:00 P.M.


Drop-off is from 7:15 a.m. to 8:45 a.m.

Pick- up is from 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Parent Orientation Nights:

Mt. Juliet: Tuesday, May 12th

6-7pm: Drive Through on right side of Church (follow signs and prompts).

Grace United Methodist Church

2905 N Mt. Juliet Rd 

Mt. Juliet, TN 37122

Fees and Tuition

Tuition is broken down as follows:


Full Summer (6-10 weeks registered, eligible for sibling discount)

1 camper - $145 / week

2 campers - $280 / week

3 campers - $405 / week


2 week option:

$225 / week per camper (not eligible for sibling discount)


3-4 week option:

$200 / week per camper (not eligible for sibling discount)


There is not a part time tuition.  If your camper attends 1 day or all 5 days, the tuition remains the same.


Included in Tuition

All field trips - Campers usually go on 5-7 field trips through out the summer.


Activities- We also bring in a lot of fun weekly activities that are included.

Examples - Dunking Booth, Mobile Rock Climbing Wall, Bouncy Slides, Mobile Video Game Trailer, Camp Carnival.


Swimming- Weekly swimming included in tuition at Jimmy Floyd Center Pool.


Camp T-Shirt, camp backpack, and camp water bottle (Campers should wear a camp shirt on field trip days).


Ages Accepted for Summer Camp

Rising Kindergarten-rising 8th Grade

(To attend- a camper must be eligible to enter Kindergarten in Fall of 2020).


Registration Fee (paid through square after online registration or mail check)

  -one time non refundable fee


Jan and Feb Registration fee $75 per camper

March Registration fee $80 per camper

April and beyond Registration fee $85 per camper


Camper Parent Handbook and Confirmation

Additional information and a confirmation will be mailed or emailed to you prior to camp.  Please review the handbook with your child before attending camp.


Lunch is not included in Tuition.  Campers come daily with a lunch from home.  CBF provides an afternoon snack.


At this present time, due to our current staffing, training, and cost structures, we unfortunately, are not able to accept children with special needs and/or disabilities and/or any child that would require constant one on one care from a staff member (including extreme discipline issues, bathroom help, etc). For information about possible camps in your area that do accept campers with special needs, please email:

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