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The mountains are a great place for a family vacation, there are so many places to visit and explore. We have started the Just for Kid's section so that we can share a bit of the mountains with your kids. Read our stories, read our book reviews, visit our sponsors print our coloring pages, color them at home or take them in the car to entertain you on your mountain trip. We are starting a new "Highlander Kid Club" with free membership to bring positive stories, books, trips, art and creative projects. Bookmark and come back to watch the progress.

Kid Friendly Events

If you have any questions or suggestions for this page email us at highlanderkids@theblueridgehighlander.com

coloring book


Coloring Pages

book reviews
Recommended Books

nature crafts


Nature Crafts

Coyote
Animal Tracks
wildflowers
Wildflowers

organic garden


Madeleine's Organic Garden

Other Interests to Kids and Parents....

Wilderness Classes and Summer Camps for Kids

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Willi Gets a History Lesson in Virginia's Historic Triangle
by Dr. Ellen Rudolph, photojournalist

 

Visit our Sponsor's these are great places for Kids to Discover in the Mountains
Chimney Rock at Chimney Rock State Park

Chimney Rock at Chimney Rock State Park

If new visitors know anything about us, they know Chimney Rock - the epic, ancient bit of granite that stands majestically over some of the most beautiful terrain you'll find. The views it offers across Hickory Nut Gorge are jaw-dropping.

Fox Fire Museum and Historical Center

Visitors to the Foxfire Museum in Mountain City, GA, can imaginatively re-create the works and days of southern Appalachia in the 1800s.

John C. Campbell Folk School

John C Campbell Folk School offers creative, learning vacations for adults in a beautiful natural setting. With classes in craft, art, music, dance, cooking, gardening, nature studies, photography and writing.

Discover why Rand McNally Atlas named the Folk School one of the top 30 U.S. destinations for a day’s visit in their Best of the Road listing. Numerous walking trails meander the 300-acre campus, including the Rivercane Walk, a creekside trail with art honoring the strong Cherokee heritage of the Appalachian area.

Blue Ridge Community Theater

Sunny D Childen's Theater Plays and Acting Classes

The Sunny D Children's Theater provides a fun and educational theater experience for children ages 5 to 18 of Blue Ridge and the surrounding areas. The Sunny D Children's Theater creates a relaxed, fun, and creative setting for children to learn about themselves, build self-esteem and learn to work as a group toward a common goal.

Go Directly to our web site.....Sunny D Children's Theater

Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds

The Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds are right on beautiful Lake Chatuge in Towns County Georgia. The Fairgrounds sit along the banks and are surrounded by the mountains, including the tallest mountains in Georgia.

The Festivals and Concerts start in early spring with the Rhododendron Festival, followed by the Georgia Mountain Fair, Fall Festival, Super Star Concerts, Georgia's Official State Fiddler's Convention and there are campgrounds right on beautiful shores of Lake Chatuge.

Go Directly to our web site.....GeorgiaMountainFairgrounds.com

Medicine Bow Classes - Mark Warren
Medicine Bow Kid's Summer Camp

Medicine Bow Adventure Camp for both boys and girls 10 and older wanting a broader spectrum of activities, survival skills, learning plants and their uses, tomahawk & knife throwing, archery, fire creation, games, hikes …

By request, I have started offering summer camps dedicated just to the skill and adventure of Archery.  Pardon the boast, but there is no archery program like this one. I pour my 25 years of experience into the best instruction I have yet experienced in any other camp or school. But this serious teaching is balanced by games of adventure, quickness, and discretion such as were practiced in Native American communities as well as in Sherwood Forest.

Fishing as a Pathway to Nature

Helpful Kid Links

www.kidsecologycorps.org/

www.ecy.wa.gov/programs/swfa/kidspage/

www.ecokids.ca

Junior Ranger Program

Junior Ranger Events for Kids

Main Highlander Kid's Club Page

Mountain Adventure and Family Fun

Horseback Riding in the Mountains

Mountain History, Learn About the Mountains

Myths and Legends, Read about the Fairy Crosses

Book Reviews

Gatlinburg Christmas Lights for Kids

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