Please check back on February 1st for an update regarding Summer Camp 2021!

2020 Camp Schedule
WEEK 1: June 1-5
Mud & Puddles - Our playground becomes a wet & muddy stomping ground as we explore the many properties of mud!

WEEK 2: June 8-12
 Bubbles & Suds - Explore the fascinating properties of bubbles during this squeaky clean week filled with soap and water!
June 6-10 *T/TH FULL
WEEK 3: June 15-19
Sculpting - Try your hand at 3-dimensional art as we create sculptures with a variety of mediums, including clay, wood, wire, paper, and found objects.

WEEK 4: June 22-26
Beach Week - What's summer without a week at the beach? Sand, water, shells, and sea creatures are always a hit!

WEEK 5: July 6-10
Mad Science - Hands-on experiments introduce us to the amazing world around us! We'll investigate flight, slime, eruptions, and more!
WEEK 6: July 13-17
Color Explosion - Get ready for a week bursting with paint and color as we spray, splash, and mix!
Week 7: July 20-24
 Makerspace - Construct and deconstruct using a variety of loose parts!  We'll use basic tools, electronics, wood, fabric, and re-purposed materials!

Summer Camp Information

Spring Hollow Summer Camp is for children ages 3-7 years. It is not required that you be enrolled during the school year to attend!

Summer hours are 9am-2pm.

Class size is 20 children with two Spring Hollow teachers.

Our camp day includes water play each morning with

full access to our nature-based playground, snack time,

reading & music, lunch time, and indoor exploration. The weekly themes are inspired by children's literature, the world around us, and the interests of our campers.

Summer Camp Fees

Tuesday/Thursday- $90/week

Monday/Wednesday/Friday- $135/week

Monday-Friday- $225/week

  *new family application fee- $25/one time



Find Us

Spring Hollow Early Learning Center

​4207 Arno Road

Franklin, TN 37064


Located in East Williamson county, only 3.7 miles from Exit 65 on I-65 and
less than 2 miles from Hwy 96.


Spring Hollow Early Learning Center Inc. does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, religion, color, gender, ability, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, in the administration of its education and admission policies.