Camp Viola Mountville, GA
Camp Viola

Arts and Crafts Building

Arts and Crafts Building

 

Since being constructed this building has developed its own unique personality,  influenced by thousands of campers who over many years have enjoyed designing, making, and painting every imaginable camp craft known to any camp counselor ever placed in charge of inspiring children to create a camp memory they can carry home to mom and dad. From the moment one enters the building it’s apparent that campers feel at home and have significant liberty to be creative, even to the point of leaving their artistic signature behind for future campers to see (the walls and even some areas of the ceiling have hundreds of painted names of past camp participants). This is one building at Camp Viola that encourages each camper to give it their all while making their unique creation. The building is open aired with hardwood floors, ceiling fans and screened windows that provide cool breezes during hot summer months. Although not suited for winter use the building is an option for staging and preparation of your group’s outdoor activities year-round. In addition, there is an open fire-pit adjacent to the building with sitting benches that allows the campers the enjoyment of an evening campfire, which naturally lends itself to the art of toasting marshmallows, which easily can be turned into s'mores with the assistance of graham crackers, a bar of chocolate, and someone experienced at putting the delicious treats together.