Episode 24 – Summer Camps for Kids in Florida

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What’s up this week?

Who’s ready to dive into summer?  Summer is upon us so it is time to find things to do! We have compiled some amazing summer camp ideas to get you through summer.  Even if this isn’t the plan for this summer, make your list and be prepared for next year!

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Product and Locations Mentions

  1. Orlando Rep https://www.orlandorep.com/orlando-rep-youth-academy/camps-classes/
    1. Local community theaters
  2. Pathfinders https://www.pathfinderoutdooreducation.org/ 
    1. Typical summer camp, team building programs. https://www.pathfinderoutdooreducation.org/youthprograms
    2. Overnight and day programs
  3. Sea Camp https://www.seacamp.org/
    1. Located in Big Pine Key
    2. Marine Science programs include field study: labs, wading, kayaking, and boat trips.
  4. Marineland https://marineland.net/summer-camps/ 
    1. TEACHING ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION IN NATURE
    2. (TEEN) CAMP
  5. Kennedy Space Center – Day camps
  6. Martin County https://discovermartin.com/martin-county-campcation/
    1. Florida Oceanographic Society, Coastal Discovery Camp is a weeklong experience for children ages 5 to 11 that explores the aquatic and terrestrial ecosystem around the bio-diverse Hutchinson Island.
    2. the weeklong Ohana Surf Shop Camp offers surfers ages five and older the chance to learn about the fundamentals of surfing. June 7 – August 6/ 5 Weeks 20 kids
    3. Cowabunga Surf and Sport Camp alternate activities
  7. Sports Camps
    1. The Grand Cypress Racquet Club offers a summer tennis academy for children of all ages. The academy includes about 12 hours of on-court instruction, video analysis and supervised match play. Call (407) 239-1944 for more information.
    2. PGA Junior Golf Camps – https://pgajuniorgolfcamps.com/camp-locations/
      1. Locations in Boca Raton, Clearwater, Fort Myers, Longwood, Mount Dora, Naples, Oldsmar, Palm City, Tampa, Winter Garden
  1.  Resource https://www.kidscamps.com/camps/florida-cooking-camps.html
  2. Research types of camps and locations with a filter.  Cooking, art, games, adventure, teens

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