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Callaway Gardens
Greatest Show on Earth! Circus, Nature, Sports Adventures at Callaway
Enjoy the thrill of Callaway Gardens with your grandchild, from attending a circus to learning skills from the performers, from Butterfly Gardening to zip lines.
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Program No. 2532RJ
Length
6 days
Starts at
1,245
Getting There
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At a Glance

If non-stop fun tickles your grandchild’s fancy, an unforgettable adventure awaits at Callaway Gardens. Join the circus, learning how to juggle or fly on a trapeze! Get beginner’s tips on golf and tennis. Navigate a floating island in Robin Lake. Zip line and tackle obstacles through the trees. Stand amid 1,000 butterflies. Swim in a pool, investigate nature, play ping-pong and shuffleboard — and get hungry for a pizza party and plenty of ice cream! It’ll be a week you’ll never forget!
Activity Level
Active
Walking up to 2.5 miles a day.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Watch the Florida State University Flying High Circus, then try out circus skills you learn from the performers.
  • Zip line and fly through obstacles in the treetops, hit the local beach or pool, put your grip to a golf club or tennis racket and learn about Gardening for Butterflies.
  • Mingle with 1,000 tropical butterflies in the glass-enclosed conservatory at the Day Butterfly Center.

General Notes

Program is for grandchildren ages 7-11.
Featured Expert
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Steve diFeliciantonio
Steve diFeliciantonio, the head tennis professional at Callaway Gardens, is originally from the Philadelphia, Pa. area and graduated from Penn State in 1975. He began his career as a tennis instructor in 1976 on Hilton Head Island, S.C., and later moved to Callaway Gardens where he has accumulated more than 26 years of teaching experience. He still plays on occasion and has been ranked in the top ten in his respective division in the state of Georgia.
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Steve diFeliciantonio
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Wyatt Detmer





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