Summer camps still available for late registration

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For those parents who are still looking for camps to entertain the kids this summer, it’s not too late.

Hillsborough County Parks is offering three specialty camps. Skating camp for the kids who love the boards, eco-adventure camp will have them on hiking excursions, and fishing camp goes beyond the pole and reel.

Each of the specialty camps cost $120 for a two-week session, with the first sessions beginning in early June. Children who receive free or reduced-price lunches might qualify for a discountThe two-week sessions go all summer long so if the beginning of the summer is full you can try later weeks.

You can also try Camp Seal, separate from the county, combines swim lessons with archery, field trips, sports, arts and crafts and more.

For the older kids – USF still has color guard, drum line, band, and guitar camps where registration goes until June.

If you’re looking for camps in the City of Tampa here’s what camps still have spots. More information on registering can be found here.

R.E.C. Camps (96 spots left)

  • Jackson Heights NFL YET Center, 3310 E Lake Ave., 33610
  • Grant Park Community Center, 3724 N 54th Ave., 33619
  • Oak Park Community Center, 5300 E. 14th Ave., 33619
  • TLC (Teens Leading Change) Camps
  • About 104 spots city wide
  • Aquatics & Nature Camps (18 spots)
  • Mangrove Marcus
  • Camp H2­0
  • Jr. Lifeguarding
  • Mermaids & Sharks

Joe Abrahams Sports Camps (weekly camps)

  • New Tampa Recreation Center, 17302 Commerce Park Blvd, 33647
  • Tampa Police Athletic League Complex, 1924 W. Diana St., 33604
  • Baseball & Softball
  • Basketball
  • Cheer & Tumbling
  • Extreme Dance, Dance, Dance
  • Flag Football
  • Gymnastics & Dance
  • Multisport
  • Skateboarding
  • Soccer

Joe Abrahams Roving Camps (at various high school and middle schools)

  • Basketball
  • Cheer & Dance
  • Football
  • Lacrosse
  • Softball
  • Volleyball

MOSI still has spots open in their summer science and technology camps

The camps are for kids from pre-k through 8th grade. The week long camps run from 9 am to 4 pm and are are hands-on, engaging and fun! They run through August 9, 2018. More information to register online here.

If your kids like to cut, style, and pamper hair they can go to the UR Beauty and Barber camp in Sebring!

For 8 weeks, starting June 11th, the week long camp will teach kids how to take care of hair, skin, basic cuts and styles, great job ethics.

A kit is provided for these pint sized barbers and stylists to use all week, along with two snacks a day.
There’s a daily dance class too, and kids who go get free haircuts for the following year!
It’s $75 a child with discounts to siblings. More details here.

SPCA Florida’s Annual Critter Camp has camps in June and July.

Critter Camp is open to children from grades 4 to 7 and is offered at the SPCA Florida Campus located at 5850 Brannen Road South.
 
Camp weeks will be filled with crafts, games, and service projects that are designed to educate and inspire our youth to practice a lifestyle of compassion, respect, and responsibility through the humane treatment of animals.
 
To register visit the SPCA Florida website.
 
Critter Camp is $250 per camper for the entire week.  
 
June 11th-15th and July 9th-13th
Available to rising 4th and 5th grade campers
 
June 18th-22nd and July 16th-20th
Available to rising 6th and 7th grade campers

 

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April 24 2021 08:00 am

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