Teen Program


Get ready for some serious fun at the Teen Program – the ultimate spot for teenage thrills! Teens, aged 13-18 and still rockin' high school, will find a treasure trove of engaging activities that seamlessly blend education and recreation (but shh, we won't spill the beans!). Dive into an exciting world of making new friends upon your arrival at Kings Bay. Our fantastic programming is crafted in collaboration with the Boys & Girls Club of America and Georgia 4-H, ensuring a mix of learning and leisure.

Calling all teens, whether your parents are active-duty military, civilians, Reservists on active duty or training, or retirees – the Teen Program is your go-to destination! Grab your teen passport to adventure by snagging the registration paperwork at the Youth Center, Bldg. 0166, from Monday to Friday, 8 am to 12 noon and 1 pm to 6 pm. and let the good times begin!


Scholarship Opportunities
Youth Sponsorship
Weeknight Activities (during school year)
Longer hours during school breaks
Volunteer Opportunities
Field Trips



Foosball Table
Snack for Purchase
Music Area
Gaming Room
Classroom Area 
Free WiFi

Questions? Call us at (912)-674-0296 or (912)-573-8236. 

Growing Today for a Better Tomorrow 

"Data from a new survey module shows that across five domains, the majority of members report high levels of social- emotional skills. For example, regarding self-efficacy, 94% report there are many things they can do well.

Teens who stay in the Club as they get older seem better able to resist high- risk behaviors than their peers nationally.
For instance, 95 percent of Club ninth graders report abstaining from the use
of prescription pills such as opioid pain killers, compared to 89 percent of ninth graders nationally. By contrast, 94 percent of Club 12th graders report abstaining from prescription pill use, compared to 82 percent of 12th graders nationally.

In 2018, more than three-quarters (76 percent) of high-school-aged youth who attended the
Club at least once per week expressed an interest in pursuing post-secondary education.
An additional 7 percent planned to pursue
some type of employment opportunity after high school, 5 percent intended to join the military and 13 percent had not yet decided on their post- secondary plans."

Resource: https://www.bgca.org/about-us/club-impact