Living a Life of Adventure With the Kids!

Hello, we’re the Hargrove Family of six, ages five to 40. Our family loves adventuring outside and creating unplugged moments together that turn into lasting memories. We’re living our dreams and making those unforgettable moments by traveling in our RV, kayaking as a family on the Jackson Kayak Regional Team and enjoying all the local […]

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Places to Swim in Columbus, GA

Liberty Bell Pool A large, spring-fed pool located within F.D.R. State Park. Features a kiddie pool and nearby campground. 3676 GA-354, Pine Mountain, GA 31822 (706) 663-4824 Get Details Aquatic Center Olympic pool with a diving area and a therapeutic pool with ramp entry. 1603 Midtown Dr, Columbus, GA 31906 (706) 225-3980 Get Details   […]

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Tutoring By Activity | BTG Learning

“Children need the freedom and time to play. Play is not a luxury. Play is a necessity.” -Kay Redfield Jamison. We hear these words repeatedly, yet schools are focusing more on structured learning and less on free play and recess. Studies have proven the shortage of play in a child’s life is actually putting a […]

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Summer Road Trips

Looking for an adventure? We’ve narrowed down some of our favorite road trip ideas to help make your child’s summer a memorable one! HANDS-ON LEARNING Atlanta Children’s Museum, Atlanta GA: Ideal for children up to age 8, this museum offers a massive, educational play space. Some features include a large play kitchen and diner, a faux […]

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River of Life Church | Vacation Bible Experience

You’ve heard of the King of the Jungle? At River of Life’s Vacation Bible Experience, your kids will experience the King of kings! Get ready for an epic African adventure that engages the whole herd. At The Lion’s King VBX, kids explore God’s goodness and celebrate a ferocious faith that powers them through this wildlife. […]

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Exploring the Outdoors

Exploring the Outdoors Did you know today’s children spend half as much time outside as their parents did? Most researchers find technology is to blame for this cultural shift. Outdoor play, however, is imperative to your child’s development. A study with the National Wildlife Foundation found children who play outdoors experience less anxiety, lower rates […]

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Soapbox Racing in the Chattahoochee Valley

The soapbox derby is an American tradition dating back to 1934. The name “soapbox” originated from children using wooden soap crates for their vehicles. Young builders would use parts destined for the trash, such as sheet tin or old stroller wheels to create their racing machines. Although today’s soapbox cars are made with standardized wheels and […]

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Visit the Rock Ranch

It’s time to celebrate Spring at The Rock Ranch. Located about an hour from Columbus, The Rock Ranch is a 1500-acre ranch dedicated to “Growing Healthy Families.” The Rock Ranch was created by Chick-fil-A founder, S. Truett Cathy, as a foster home for children. The ranch has evolved into a public destination that serves all families and groups.  They host corporate events, camps, […]

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