Things To Know about Summer Camp
As kids return from spring break, the countdown to summer recess begins. How will your kids spend the long summer days while you're at work? Don't sweat it. Keeping school-aged children entertained and safe is a breeze with Hillsborough County Parks & Recreation Summer Camps. The program offers both traditional camps and adaptive recreation for children with disabilities.
Children can learn, play, and grow in a safe and supervised environment as they explore new places and activities with their peers. Arts and crafts, sports, and other recreational activities are great ways to keep kids entertained and physically active during their summer break from school
Recreation centers across the county offer supervised activities for students 6-12 years of age, teen camp for ages 12-15, and adaptive recreation for persons with disabilities ages 5-22.
Mark your calendar. Registration for Summer Camp begins April 2, and space is limited.Learn more about Summer Camp and how to Register
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