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Summer Camps

Summer is back, and with it comes a slate of summer camps that suit the needs of children with variety of interests and abilities.



Palm trees are so Miami, but they don't provide much relief from the summer sun. Help cool things off by adopting up to two free trees at Adopt-a-Tree events taking place Aug. 27 and Sept. 17.

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Summer Activities

Summer is the time to take it easy and delight in what visitors enjoy all year long: Sun, fun and good company. We've gathered up a few ideas, so all you have to do is click and go.

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Summer Savings Pass


  • Enjoy a few of your favorite attractions at a sizzling price with the Summer Savings Pass where you'll get unlimited visits to Zoo Miami, Lion Country Safari, the Miami Seaquarium and the Museum of Discovery and Science, now through Sept. 30. The savings are huge: just $56 for adults and $46 for children ages 3-12, plus tax.

Outdoor Fun

Step outside and reap the physical and mental benefits of the great outdoors.

  • There's always something great going on at Zoo Miami! Zoofari Summer Camp for kids, ages 4-12, can spend the summer at the Zoo interacting with animals and zookeepers. 

  • Make this summer that championship season for your children by signing them up to take part in Miami-Dade County's Championship Sports Series. See what qualities the spirit of competition brings out in your youngsters while taking part in baseball, basketball, cheer & dance, flag football, golf, swimming or track & field tournaments. Events run now through August.

  • Oh buoy, it looks like you scuba divers have a new tool for seeking out underwater adventures. The new Reef & Buoy Finder helps divers and boaters pinpoint artificial reefs and offshore mooring buoys.

About Safety

  • Bad weather can not only spoil your fun, it can also be hazardous for boaters. Sign up for Miami-Dade Marina Alerts so stormy weather doesn't sink your plans.
  • Miami-Dade Emergency AlertsSummer weather can be unpredictable. And when you're out and about or stuck indoors, you don't want to be the last to know about severe weather or public safety emergencies. Sign up for Miami-Dade Emergency Alerts so you're always in the loop.
  • Check out these summer safety tips to help you and your children withstand summer heat. And don't forget your pets.
  • Hurricane Season begins June 1 and runs through Nov. 30. Avoid the chaos and make your preparations now. Use our Hurricane Guide to make sure you know what to do before, during and after a storm.
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