While summer may not look the same this year, there are still plenty of options to keep your kids engaged while staying safe. You can choose between in-person camps, which will follow County guidelines for safety or a number of virtual camps that will have kids discovering new things right at home.
General camps and nature-based Camp Owaissa Bauer begin June 15 and will run through Aug. 7. Registration for all Miami-Dade County Parks starts June 8 and will be on a first-come, first-served basis.
Due to COVID-19, camps are operating at a reduced capacity, aligned with County and CDC guidelines. Read the guidelines for in-person summer camps on the summer camps page.
- Zoo Miami, June 8 - Aug. 21
Kids can enjoy wild summer camp programs at Zoo Miami.
- Deering Estate, June 8 - Aug. 21
You child will hike, play and discover how to protect natural areas like those around Deering Estate.
- Frost Science, June 8 - Aug. 14
Unleash the power of science through summer camps at Frost Science, including engineering, marine sciences, astronomy and technology.
- Virtual camps with Miami-Dade Parks
Miami-Dade County Parks is providing virtual camps for kids of all ages to enjoy from the safety and comfort of their homes.
- Frost Science Virtual Summer Camps, June 8 - Aug. 14
Join in with hands-on activities, special experiences such as guided virtual museum tours, virtual meet the scientist sessions, virtual lab tours and educational videos throughout the week.
- Virtual arts classes with the African Heritage Cultural Arts Center
Kids 5 to 16 years old can attend free virtual arts classes. The program features a variety of classes, workshops and masterclasses led by AHCAC instructors and alumni.