Summer is around the corner, and you may be looking for creative and educational activities to keep your little ones occupied. Look no further than Miami-Dade County's summer camp guide. Check out the programs below to find a summer camp that fits you and your child.
- Check out Miami-Dade Parks' "Fit to Play, Green it Up" summer camp theme. In addition to fun and games and sports and entertainment, your children will participate in daily exercise and nutrition-education activities while discovering new ways to "go green."
- This summer, the Deering Estate at Cutler will offer three types of summer camp: Eco-Explorers (ages 6-8), Deering Discovery Camp (ages 9-11), and Camp Ikana Okee "Sea & Land" (ages 12-15).
- Tropical Adventurers Summer Camp at the Historical Museum of Southern Florida is a unique program designed to engage campers ages 6 to 12 in thematic programs and activities that allow them to learn while having fun.
- Your kids can spend the summer at the Miami Children's Museum, where they will learn, play, imagine and create with the various hands-on activities offered on-site.
- Join Miami Science Museum for our 44th annual Summer Camp. We've added new classes and an extra hour of camp at no extra charge! Classes are available for kids ages 3 to 14, from June 21st to August 13th. Sign your kids up for fun and educational classes such as Rocketry, Robotics, Ecology, Sailing and much more! Miami Dade County employees receive a 15% discount when registering.
- Whether dreaming of becoming rock stars or helping to save the planet, children of all ages will find their groove at Miami Dade College's 2010 Summer Camps.
- Let your child enjoy sun-and-fun-filled days of education and conservation at Miami Seaquarium's summer camp. Campers will have the opportunity to see all of the marine mammal shows and participate in at least one animal interaction per day.
- Each week at the 2010 Bank of America Zoofari Summer Camp held at Miami Metrozoo, children can experience close encounters with animals, themed interactive presentations with animal biofacts and meeting with zookeepers.