Summer camp guide 2014

Who's looking for a good summer day camp?

Who isn't? We are fortunate to live in a place that has such a wide range of choices. It's a great time for kids to explore a new interest or hone some familiar ones and make new friends.

South Florida offers opportunities to work with professionals on all kinds of sports, not to mention sailing, kayaking and other outdoor activities. There are arts programs galore - visual and performing.

There is also a wide range of locations. If you need a full-day program close to home, start with your own city recreation department or the schools and faith-based organizations in your neighborhood.

Search our database to discover new programs. We'll be adding more every week as more programs finalize their offerings, so check back often. Camp directors, click "Submit a Camp" to add your information.



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