by David Smith on March 21st, 2016

​REGISTRATION NOW OPEN for the Roswell Outdoor Academy Camp

June 20-24, 2016. A week-long summer day camp held at Garrard's Landing in Roswell, Georgia for children age 8-16 that focuses on hunting and fishing activities. This camp provides skill-based training at an introductory and beginner level. Events will include daily focus on at least two outdoor activities, including outdoor safety, fishing, archery, flyfishing, game calling, decoying, air rifle, primitive hunting, identifying game, hunting strategies, trip planning, outdoor technology, camp cooking, and more. Hands-on teaching clinics by outdoor experts for flycasting, archery, calling game, rigging fishing gear, and more. The week ends with a contest for special prizes of outdoor gear. Register now at  The program number is 49561.  

Posted on May 5th, 2015

Yes that means you! Ever wanted to help introduce a kid to the great outdoors? Then consider volunteering a day or two at the Roswell Outdoor Academy Camp June 22-26! We need passionate and qualified adults to help teach archery, fishing, game calling, flyfishing, air rifle, outdoor cooking, hunter safety and more. The camp runs from 9:00 - 1:00 pm at Garrard's Landing in Roswell, Georgia. Give an hour, give a day, give a week - all help is appreciated. For more info visit and then e-mail me if interested in helping Get That Kid Outdoors!

I am also looking for some paid counselors for the week. High school kids or college kids that can help serve as camp coordinators. The gig runs 8:30 am to 12:30 pm June 22-26 - a total of 25 hours and the pay is $250 cash. Experience in hunting and fishing a plus but not at all required. If you know a responsible teenager looking for a fun week's work put them in touch with me. Thank you! 

David T. Smith, "Smitty" Founder,
105 Oak Knoll Way 
Roswell, GA 30075 
(770) 842-6600

Posted on April 18th, 2014

Spring is here! A great time to introduce kids to the great outdoors.  Fishing, turkey hunting and shed hunting are just a few ideas. Just remember - be liberal with the bug spray.  A tick bite can turn a good memory into bad.  Douse your kid well with a bug spray with DEET, especially anywhere that the clothes have gaps - the waist, ankles, wrists and neck.  Now Get That Kit Outdoors!

by David Smith, "Smitty" - Founder on April 18th, 2014

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