No matter your child's thirst for adventure or budding interests, they can enjoy being artists, athletes, cheerleaders, nature detectives, and so much more, all summer long while enjoying the pure fun of just being kids. The Miami-Dade Summer Camps County Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Department’s “We Have a Camp for That!” summer program offers a bounty of kids’ “favorite things,” ensuring their school break is thrilling and memorable.
Located at parks throughout Miami County, kids can attend Miami-Dade Parks Summer Camps from:
June 10 - August 9, 2019 (select sites open through August 16)
9 a.m. - 5 p.m.*
Monday - Friday
*With optional 7:30 a.m. early drop-off and 6 p.m. late pick-up options.
Campers can customize their summer camp experience so that they can explore a personal interest or uncover a new talent each week, as they make new friends and have a great time! The choices include exciting sports challenges like golf and fishing, nature-based camps with eco excursions, and creative arts camps. And the list goes on and on!
Summer Camps are also inclusive and managed by Miami-Dade Parks' Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialists.
Learn more about accessibility at Miami-Dade Parks.
What do Miami-Dade parks Summer Camps Offer?
- general programs start with a morning mile run/walk to get their blood flowing!
- a Bike Safe program, where campers practice riding and safety drills to become confident cyclists (the camps lend bikes and bike helmets)
- S.N.A.G. golf, which teaches kids the basics of golfing (the camps lend S.N.A.G. golf balls and golf clubs)
- Swim Competency Test, to ensure that all kids know how to swim, so they will be safe in and around water
How do I register my child for a Miami summer camp?
Ongoing and available throughout the summer.
$15 nonrefundable registration fee for all camps
Siblings are eligible for a 10% discount
Parents are encouraged to download the Next Door App to coordinate with the host park’s manager and get updates on park activities. For more information, patrons are encouraged to visit the Miami-Dade Parks Summer Camps web page, call their local park, or call 311 for Miami-Dade County Information.