Piecing together Public Safety and their heroes
Free event for youths on the autism spectrum returns to Safety Village
Camp Puzzle is a free, one-day event 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, April 23, centered on providing kids and young adults on the autism spectrum the opportunity to experience first hand the different roles of Public Safety. There will be fire trucks, police cars, games and much more.
The event will be held at the Cobb County Safety Village, 1220 Al Bishop Drive, Marietta.
All activities will be outside. Rain date will be Sunday, April 24.
Masks are required unless participants are medically unable to wear them.
Registration (required) opens March 7 for guests.
Please fill out the form below and one of our team members will contact you soon.
Frequently Asked Questions
Camp Puzzle is open to anyone on the autism spectrum (no age restrictions).
Camp Puzzle is designed to give the individual on the autism spectrum an opportunity to be a Public Safety Hero for a day. They will get to sit in a police car, ride a fire truck, go up in a ladder truck, play in a bouncy house and inflatable slide, play games (basketball, cornhole), crafts, and meet with fire fighters, police officers, sheriff deputies and 911 operators.
You do not have to stay with your child, but we ask all parents/caregivers to stay on site during the event. There will be public safety personnel that will be available to pair with your child and be their mentor. This will allow the opportunity for the parents/caregivers to meet with the organizations within our community that meet the needs of families with a child with autism, or you can just sit and relax knowing that you child is having the time of their life in a safe environment.
Thanks to generous donations through sponsors there is no cost to attend Camp Puzzle.