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Camp Joyful Soles Summer Camp

CAMP NEWS (Updated 4/18/2019)


Registration will open and applications will be accepted starting Tuesday, January 22nd, 2019. Camp Joyful Soles is Milton’s summer day camp for children with special needs aged 13 to 22.

  • All applications will be completed online this year.
  • New applicants may be interviewed by city staff. After acceptance of paperwork, the family may be contacted for an interview time. If selected, the camper must attend this interview.
  • Returning campers may require a phone interview.

Camp Joyful Soles begins in June and runs for seven weeks (with no camp the week of July 4). Milton's special needs day camp, serving children 13-22 years, is held in partnership with Alpharetta’s Camp Happy Hearts which serves children ages 6-12 years.

This small, specialized camp is limited to just 25 participants each week and includes: arts and crafts; games, music, art and drama therapy, special guests, field trips and swimming once a week. The cost is $175 for City of Milton residents and $262.50 for non-residents (a 50% increase) per week. Guardians may register for all seven weeks or a week at a time. The first week must be paid in full. There is a $50 per week, nonrefundable, nontransferable fee to hold spaces in future weeks. Remainder of the balance is due prior to the week reserved.

Location: Cambridge High School

Hours of Camp: 9:00am-3:30pm (Dropoff: 8:30am-9:00am & Pickup: 3:30pm-4:00pm)

2019 Camp Joyful Soles Camp Weeks:

Week 1: June 3-7 Where the Wild Things Are
Week 2: June 10-14 Surfin' CJS
Week 3: June 17-21 Around the World
Week 4: June 24-28 Jurassic Camp
               July 1-5 NO CAMP THIS WEEK
Week 5: July 8-12 Finding CJS
Week 6: July 15-19 The CJS Show
Week 7: July 22-26 'Merica the Beautiful


Camp Joyful Soles is an approved provider for Avita and GCSS.

Funding provided in part by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners under the guidance of the Department of Community Development CSP Program