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Central Florida Summer Camp Guide

Find out about all of the fun, educational experiences around Central Florida this summer for kids of all ages.

Central Florida Summer Camp Guide

Boardwalk Bowl Summer Camp
When: June 5 – Aug. 11
Where: Boardwalk Bowl Entertainment Center, 10749 E. Colonial Dr., Orlando, FL 32817
Price: $25 registration fee, $90 per week for first child, $90 per week for second child, $85 per week for each additional child

For more information and to register:

407.384.0003 ext. 321
AlomaBowlingCenters.com

Students in kindergarten through 8th grade will enjoy bowling, movie, games, field trips, and arts & crafts all summer long. The weekly fee includes lunch, snacks and beverages. Space is limited.


Central Florida Zoo Summer Camp

When: June, July and August
Where: Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens, 3755 NW Hwy. 17-92, Sanford, FL 32771
Price: $125 zoo pass holder, $145 non pass holder for week-long, half-day camps; $175 zoo pass holder, $195 non pass holder for week-long, stay-all-day camps

For more information and to register:

407.323.4450 ext. 123
CentralFloridaZoo.org

Your child will enjoy a wild summer camp adventure during a variety of summer camp programs at the Central Florida Zoo. Half and full-day camps are available for kids ages 5-12 and Cub Club programs are available for kids ages 2-5.


Full Sail Labs Summer Camps
When: June 5 – July 30
Where: Two locations! 221 S. Semoran Blvd, Winter Park, FL 32792 and 6555 Sanger Rd, Orlando, FL 32827
Price: $650 per week

For more information and to register:

407-673-6249 ext. 6788
Info@FullSailLabs.com
Learn.FullSailLabs.com/CFL

Full Sail Labs’ week–long Summer Camps run June through July and are located in Lake Nona and Winter Park. Kids (7-12) and teens (13-17) use professional equipment to learn filmmaking, music production, game design and much more!


Learning Rx Summer Camp
When: June 5 – July 28
Where: 6735 Conroy Rd, Suite 326, Orlando, FL 32835
Price: $199/week

For more information and to register:

407-614-6255
www.LearningRx.com/orlando-windermere/
orlandowindermere.fl@learningrx.net

LearningRx’s Summer Camp is an engaging environment in which your child can discover tools for thriving in school and life. Using strategic and entertaining mental exercises and games, instructors expose kids to fun activities that work on core brain skills including memory, processing speed, attention, logic and more.


Summer Reading Program: Build a Better World
When: June 3 – Aug. 5
Where: Various local library branches
Price: Free

For more information and to register:

407-835-7323
www.OCLS.info/srpkids

The Orange County Library System is offering fun and educational events, camps and activities for kids, teens and tweens at all 16 library branches. Highlights include live concerts with Koo Koo Kanga Roo, a Potterversary celebration and an end-of-summer party with prizes and giveaways.



Orlando Ballet School Summer Programs
When: June 5 – July 29 (Summer Session, Ages 2-7), June 5 – July 29 (Summer Session, Ages 8+) and June 12-23 (Junior Summer Intensive)
Where: 7988 Via Dellagio Way, Suite 204, Orlando, FL 32819
Price: Varies by program

For more information and to register:

407-352-9733
www.OrlandoBallet.org

Orlando Ballet School offers an extensive summer program for dancers of all ages. Whether you are a serious dancer looking to refine your technique or a young dancer looking for some summer fun, there is a summer program for you!



Orlando Museum of Art 2017 Summer Art Camp
When: June 5 – Aug. 11
Where: Orlando Museum of Art, 2416 N. Mills Ave., Orlando, FL 32803
Price: Varies depending on OMA membership and half-day or full-day enrollment

For more information and to register:

407-896-4231 ext. 262
www.OMArt.org/learn/summer_art_camps

Students entering grades 1-8 can participate in studio art sessions this summer. Become immersed in art-making experiences that place value on the process of creative expression in a relaxed atmosphere.



Orlando Repertory Theatre 2017 Summer Camps
When: June 5 – Aug. 11
Where: 5 campus locations throughout Central Florida (including Orlando, UCF, Dr. Phillips and Lake Nona)
Price: $135-$260

For more information and to register:

407-896-7365
www.OrlandoRep.com

Summer camps return to The REP with over 80 offerings for students in Pre-K through graduating high school seniors. The REP Youth Academy offers young people an environment where they can be themselves and support each other through the performing arts.


Orlando Science Center Summer Camps
When: May 29 – Aug. 11
Where: Orlando Science Center, 777 E. Princeton St., Orlando, FL 32803
Price: $195-$430

For more information and to register:

407-514-2112
www.OSC.org/summer-camps

Enjoy guided activities, hands-on experiments, exploring exhibits, seeing a film or live show and more! Orlando Science Center Pre-K–9 Summer Camps provide an engaging environment and are broken into weekly themes that promote hands-on learning while fostering excitement for STEM.


Orlando Science Center Satellite Summer Camps
When: June 19-30, July 10-28
Where: Carillon Elementary School, 3200 Lockwood Blvd., Oviedo, FL 32765
Price: $210-$240

For more information and to register:

407-514-2112
www.OSC.org/summer-camps

New K–4 camps! Enjoy a summer of interactive STEM Summer Camps designed and taught by Orlando Science Center educators, now conveniently located at Carillon Elementary School. Camps include a field trip to Orlando Science Center, hands-on activities and more.



Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando Summer Camp
When: June 5 – Aug. 4
Where: 2727 Conroy Road, Orlando, FL 32839
Price: $220 (discounts for multiple campers and/or sessions are available online)

For more information and to register:

407-351-7722
www.PetAllianceOrlando.org

Campers will experience hands-on activities with shelter pets, gain knowledge from educational speakers, and enjoy animal-related arts & crafts, enrichment projects, games, and much more. Each week’s session also includes a field trip, providing campers with an additional fun and educational experience outside of the shelter environment.


SeaWorld Camp
When: June 5 – Aug. 4
Where: SeaWorld Orlando, 7007 Sea World Dr., Orlando, FL 32821
Price: Starts at $350/week for day camps, $1,200/week for resident camps

For more information and to register:

407-545-5550
www.SeaWorldCamps.com/Orlando

SeaWorld Camps provide a learning environment that fosters exploration and self-discovery. There is a day camp experience where campers will learn about animals and even have up-close encounters, or resident camps that provide hands-on learning techniques for students interested in potential careers with animals.



Skeleton Museum Summer Experience
When: All Summer
Where: 8441 International Drive, Suite 250, Orlando, FL 32819
Price: Regularly $19.99 for adults, $12.99 for children. This summer, enter or mention promo code “LIFE” to receive a FREE child admission for every adult admission purchased. (Not to be combined with any other offer.) Expires 8/1/2017

For more information:

407-203-6999
info@skeletonmuseum.com
www.SkeletonMuseum.com

Visit Orlando’s only natural history museum, SKELETONS: Museum of Osteology! With 500 REAL animal skeletons posed in unique positions, fun added elements such as flesh-eating beetles, and a Discovery Shop filled with unique science-related gifts. An experience unlike any other! America’s ONLY Skeleton Museum!



Lake Cypress Summer Camp
When: June 5 – Aug. 4
Where: Windermere Preparatory School, 6189 Winter Garden-Vineland Road, Windermere, FL 34786
Price: $260 per week for Camp Day and $320 per week for Extended Day

For more information and to register:

407-905-7737, Option 8
www.Camp.WindermerePrep.com

Lake Cypress Summer Camp is held at Windermere Preparatory School for children in grades K-6. The camp offers a variety of activities, including crafts, sports, swimming, dance, cooking and more, as well as Academic Half-Day Camps for elementary and middle school.



YMCA CF Family Center Day Camp
When: June 5 – Aug. 11
Where: Blanchard Park YMCA, Golden Triangle YMCA, Blanchard Park YMCA, Lake Nona YMCA, South Orlando YMCA
Price: Monday to Thursday: $120/week, Monday to Friday: $135/week, $12 registration fee

For more information and to register:

www.YMCACentralFlorida.com/ymca-camps-a-place-to-belong

The camp experience at the Y gives your child a chance to discover new adventures and make new friends and memories. Each week offers different specialties and is packed with activities, games, music, trips, water fun and more. Water safety is an important component, and each camper will be swim tested before they are permitted in the pool.


YMCA CF Middle School Day Camp
When: June 5 – Aug. 11
Where: 21 Central Florida middle schools
Price: Monday to Thursday: $120/week, Monday to Friday: $135/week, $12 registration fee

For more information and to register:

www.YMCACentralFlorida.com/ymca-camps-a-place-to-belong

The Y’s groundbreaking camp programs emphasize fun while helping kids close the achievement gap. In our program, we also teach values and wellness, while reducing stress on busy families. There is no camp at OCPS sites during the week of July 3 and Aug. 7, but there is the option to attend camp at a YMCA Family Center those weeks.


YMCA CF Aquatic and Sports Camps
When: June 5 – Aug. 11
Where: Osceola YMCA, Dr. Phillips YMCA and South Orlando YMCA
Price: Monday to Thursday: $120/week, Monday to Friday: $135/week, $12 registration fee

For more information and to register:

www.YMCACentralFlorida.com/ymca-camps-a-place-to-belong

YMCA Aquatic Camp offers a fun and educational experience of a lifetime, filled with hands-on activities to fully engage your child, help develop aquatic skills and make friends. YMCA Sports Camp focuses on improving sports skills through teamwork and friendly competition. There are a variety of sports to choose from throughout the summer, each lasting one week.

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Lyndsay Fogarty Lyndsay Fogarty has had many roles at Central Florida Lifestyle, working her way from intern to contributing writer to managing editor. She is a graduate of the University of Central Florida’s Nicholson School of Communication where she earned her degree in journalism. Along the way, she has learned that teamwork and dedication to your craft will get you far, and a positive outlook on the present will get you even farther.

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