Calling All Campers


Fun On The Farm


Camp Caballo For Kids


June 6-10, 13-17; 9am-2pm


Marion Therapeutic Riding Association will host Camp Caballo For Kids, an equestrian day camp for kids ages 7 to 14. mariontherapeuticridingassociation.org or (352) 732-7300


 


Dreamcatcher Camp


June 27-July 1; 9am-1pm


This camp by the Marion Therapeutic Riding Association is for kids ages 8 to 14 and is for more experienced horse-crazy kids. mariontherapeuticridingassociation.org or (352) 732-7300


 


Uncle Donald’s Farm


July 6-August 3, Wednesdays only; 9:45am-3pm


Kids ages 6 through 12 can milk a goat, check for chicken’s eggs or pet, groom and feed farm animals at this camp, located in Lady Lake. uncledonaldsfarm.com or (352) 753-2882


 


Owl Hollow Farm


Weekly and monthly sessions in June, July and August


Children of all ages are welcome to learn horse riding, grooming and first aid care and go swimming afterward. owlhollowfarm.net or (352) 237-4132


 


TKO Farm Summer Camp


Dates throughout June, July and August; 8am-1pm


This camp offers instruction in arena/trail riding taught by handlers and instructors for campers 4 years of age and older. tkofarm.com or (352) 219-0248


 


Eden Farm


Dates throughout June and July; 9am-3pm Monday-Thursday, 9am-12pm Friday


Children ages 5 through 14 can learn all aspects of horsemanship, from riding and cleaning stalls to grooming and safety. edenfarmocala.com or (352) 572-7658


 


SilverStride Equestrian Center


Dates throughout the summer


At SilverStride, you’ll be involved with everything horse, including riding, playing games and some relay races. silverstrideequestriancenter.com or (352) 591-3042


 


Havensight Farm


May 30-June 2; June 7-9, 14-16, 20-24; July 5-8, 19-22, 25-28; 9am-4pm


Kids can learn about all aspects of horsemanship at this farm located in Summerfield. havensightfarm.com or (352) 245-0979


 


Harley Farms


June 20-24; June 27-July 1; July 11-15, 18-22; 9am-2pm


With horseback riding, games, arts, crafts and more, kids will enjoy a summer camp full of equestrian fun. goodwilljumper.wix.com/harleyfarms or (352) 812-3811


 


Grey Dawn Stables


June 1-3, 6-10, 13-16, 20-24, 27-30; July 11-15, 18-21, 25-29; August 1-5; 9am-3pm


This camp is for both the older kids and the young buckaroos and includes horsemanship skills, trail rides, proper tacking, grooming, horseback riding and crafts. greydawnstables.com or (352) 427-9721


 


Creative Corner


 


Movie Making Madness


St. John Lutheran School


June 20-23; 9am-12pm


Kids who will be in grades 3 through 8 will create a movie from scratch, including planning, filming and editing. stjohnocala.org or (352) 622-7275


 


Summer Art Camp


June 6-10, 13-17, 20-24; July 11-15, 18-22, 25-29


Children ages 4 and up can join the Appleton Museum for an array of art-themed camps. appletonmuseum.org or (352) 291-4455


 


Ocala Civic Theatre


June 6-August 12


Children ages 4 and up will learn themes of music, dance, drama, magic and much more at one of these fun summer camps. Apprentice-level, intermediate-level and specialty classes are available in a variety of themes in addition to the following performance camps. ocalacivictheatre.com or (352) 236-2274


 


Ocala Civic Theatre Performance Camps


Dr. Coppelius’ Carnival


June 13-18; ages 6-18


No audition or experience necessary.


 


Starfish Circus


Lottery: May 9-13


Classes & performances: June 20-25; ages 7-18


 


The Grunch


Auditions: June 11


Classes & performances: July 11-23


 


 


Design & Production Class


July 11-15


This class will create the set, props and costumes for The Grunch and will be held at the Appleton Museum. See their catalog for details.


 


Artist Hub of Ocala


June 20-24; July 12-15, 19-22; times vary


The Artist Hub of Ocala at Brick City Center for the Arts will host a variety of camps for children in kindergarten through ninth grade. (352) 867-9660 or artisthub1@centurylink.net


 


Picasso’s Palette


June 6-10, 13-17, 20-24; June 27-July 1; July 5-8, 11-15, 18-22, 25-29


Children ages 5 and up can experience the world through art with a different country and different art projects each week. Morning, afternoon and all-day sessions available. picassospalette.com or (352) 789-6670


 


Kinderoo Children’s Academy


Throughout the summer


Kids ages 4 through 9 will explore, observe, create, build and problem solve using STEAM. facebook.com/kinderoochildrensacademy or (352) 854-3800


 


Alphabet Land Learning Center


Dates and times TBA


Children ages 1 through 12 can join Alphabet Land in new weekly themes with water days and twice-weekly field trips. alphabetlandlearningcenter.com or (352) 307-2067


 


Building Blocks of Ocala


May 30 through August 5; 6am-6pm


This summer program for children in kindergarten through age 12 is chock-full of field trips, martial arts, cheerleading, cooking projects and art. bbopreschool.net or (352) 694-7440 ext. 3501


 


Camp Invention


June 13-17; 8:30am-3pm


Held at Grace Christian School, this camp will inspire girls and boys entering grades second through sixth through science and technology. campinvention.org or (800) 968-4332


 


Counts Early Learning Academy Summer Camp


Runs entire summer (except weekends); 7am-6pm


For children up to 12 years of age, Counts offers on-site arts and crafts, outdoor play, hands-on reading, writing, math and science activities and more. countsacademy.com or (352) 351-4738


 


Ocala Summer Music Camp


June 6-10; 9am-4:30pm


Hosted by Trinity Catholic High School, this camp will help improve musical skills for any middle or high school student involved with band, choir or color guard. ocalasummermusiccamp.com or director@ocalasummermusiccamp.com


 


Sportin’ Around


 


Baseball Camp at College of Central Florida (Marty Smith Sports Camp)


June 13-16; July 18-21; 9:30am-4pm


Children ages 6 through 12 will learn position fundamentals, offense, defense, hitting and base running all with daily awards. gocfcamps.com or (352) 854-2322


 


Softball Camp at College of Central Florida (Marty Smith Sports Camp)


May 30-June 3; June 6-10, 13-17, 20-24


CF is offering a variety of softball camps for children in middle and high school. cfsoftballcamps.com or (352) 854-2322


 


Volleyball Camp at College of Central Florida (Marty Smith Sports Camp)


June 28-July 1; July 12-15; 9am-12pm


Children ages 6 through 12 will learn techniques such as arm swings and advanced ball control. patriotvolleyballcamps.com or (352) 854-2322


 


Camp Patriot Basketball Camp at College of Central Florida


June 13-16, 20-23; July 5-8, 18-21; 9am-4pm


Boys and girls ages 8 through 18 can learn basketball skills and drills. camppatriotbasketball.com or (352) 427-7435


 


Ocala Power United


Location, dates and times vary


Ocala Power United will offer volleyball summer camps for children in grades eight and under and a separate program for high school students. ocalapowerunited.com or (352) 351-4837


 


Forest High School Football Camp


June 6-8; 9am-1pm


Children entering second through eighth grade can learn the fundamentals of football, make new friends and have a lot of fun. foresthighfootball.com or (352) 671-4717 or paul.austin@marion.k12.fl.us


 


 


St. John Lutheran School Basketball Camp


June 6-10; 8am-12pm


Third- through ninth-grade students from all schools can learn basketball skills and have the chance to win awards. stjohnocala.org or (352) 622-7275


 


St. John Lutheran Volleyball Camp


July 11-13; 8:30am-12:30pm (1-6 grade); 2-6pm (7-12 grade)


Improve skills, learn new skills and meet others who love the sport of volleyball. stjohnocala.org or (352) 622-7275


 


St. John Lutheran Mini Cheer Clinic


August 3-5


This clinic will teach cheer skills to entering first- through fifth-graders. stjohnocala.org or (352) 622-7275


 


St. John Lutheran Baseball Camp


June 13-16


This USBA camp is geared toward children entering first through 12th grades. stjohnocala.org or (352) 622-7275


 


Ocala Christian Academy Girl’s Basketball Camp


May 23-27


Open to girls entering fifth through ninth grades. ocalacrusaders.org or (352) 694-4178


 


Ocala Christian Academy Football Camp


June 2-4


Open to boys and girls entering grades three through eight. ocalacrusaders.org or (352) 694-4178


 


Ocala Christian Academy Boy’s Basketball Camp


June 6-10


Open to boys entering grades six through 12. ocalacrusaders.org or (352) 694-4178


 


Ocala Tennis & Swim Camp


Week-long sessions between May 30-July 29; 9am-1pm


Campers age 6 through 12 will join Jason Weiss, a professional tennis instructor, to learn the basics of tennis. ocalafl.org or (352) 629-8453


 


En Garde Fencing Club Camp


June 13-17; July 18-22; August 1-5; 8am-4pm


Learn to fence from a former Ivy League champion and assistant coaches from the University of Florida. Camp is open to boys and girls ages 8 through 14. engardefencingclub.com or (352) 286-9608


 


Trinity Catholic High School Football Camp


July 11-13; 9:15am-12pm


Learn the fundamentals, skills and drills of football at this three-day summer camp. tccelticsfootball@gmail.com or (352) 622-9025


 


Future Stars Basketball Program


Dates and times vary


Learn basic skills and fundamentals, sportsmanship and team work Monday through Thursday at the E.D. Croskey Recreation Center. (352) 401-3920


 


First Tee of Greater Ocala


Starting June 6


Kids 5 years and older can learn the game of golf. Dates and times vary depending on age and level. thefirstteegreaterocala.org or (352) 362-2258


 


Frank Deluca YMCA Sports Camps


The YMCA will offer a variety of sports camps open to children entering second grade through eighth grade. Each camp runs 8am to 1pm. ymcacentralflorida.com or (352) 368-9622


 


Soccer


June 6-10


 


Football


June 13-17


 


Cheerleading


June 27-July 1


 


Basketball


July 11-15


 


Volleyball


July 18-22


 


Outdoor Outings


Discovery Center Outdoor Camp


June 6-10, 13-17, 20-24; June 27-July 1; July 11-15, 18-22; 8:30am-4:30pm


Children ages 11 through 14 will explore a variety of themes, including “Zombie Science,” “The Great Outdoors,” “Pirates” and “Your Environmental Footprint.” mydiscoverycenter.org or (352) 401-3900


 


Discovery Center Adventure Camp


May 31-June 3; June 6-10, 13-17, 20-24; June 27-July 1; July 5-8, 11-15, 18-22, 25-29; 8:30am-4:30pm


This camp features field trips and outdoor activities for kids ages 8 to 12. Themes include “Back to the Future,” “Super Hero Adventure” and “Master of Disaster.” mydiscoverycenter.org or (352) 401-3900


 


Discovery Center Exploration Camp


June 13-17; July 18-22; 8:30am-1:30pm


Kids ages 6 through 7 can participate in this new summer camp based on themes full of fun and hands-on activities. mydiscoverycenter.org or (352) 401-3900


 


Wayne’s World of Paintball


June 20-24; July 18-22; 8:30am-5:30pm


Kids ages 10 and up who are looking to have a good time with friends and shoot paintball should definitely check out the Wayne’s World summer camp. waynes-world.com or (352) 401-1801


 


City Kids Summer Camp


May 31-July 29; 7:30am-6pm


Kids ages 5 through 12 (must have completed pre-K) will explore local government in a fun, interactive way at the E.D. Croskey Recreation Center, including going swimming and more. ocalafl.org/recpark or (352) 368-5517


 


Perry’s Swim School


Throughout summer


Perry’s Swim School will teach anyone over the age of 6 months how to swim in a heated pool. Dates and times vary. perryswimschool.com or (352) 732-5540


 


SwimAmerica


Throughout summer


SwimAmerica will offer swim lessons on the College of Central Florida campus in Ocala. Morning and evening classes available for children and adults. ocalaaquatics.com/swim_america.asp or (352) 804-5438


 


Hampton & Jervey Gantt Aquatic FUN Center Swim Lessons


Throughout summer


Children ages 3 and older can learn to swim by certified swim instructors. Call for dates and times. ocalafl.org (352) 368-5517


 


Summer Mini Camp


June 13-17, 20-24; June 27-July 1; July 5-8, 11-15, 18-22, 25-29; 9am-2pm


Kids ages 6 through 12 can enjoy fun summer activities such as arts and crafts, outdoor and indoor games, and theme days at the Forest Community Center in Ocklawaha. marioncountyfl.org or (352) 438-2840


 


Xtreme Kids Summer Camp


May 31-August 9; 6:30am-6pm


Kids ages 6 through 12 will experience a variety of athletic activities, plus field trips and movies, at this camp hosted by Too Your Health Spa. (352) 861-9474


 


 


Junior Lifeguard Camp


June 20-24; July 18-22; 8am-12pm


Kids 11 through 15 years old can learn the basics of being a junior lifeguard. Camp is held at the Jervey Gantt Aquatic FUN Center. ocalafl.org/recpark or (352) 368-5517


 


Ocala Police Department’s P.A.C.C. Camp


June 13-July 29; 7:30am-5:30pm


Kids ages 6 through 12 can join the Ocala Police Department to learn about safety, D.A.R.E and more. Frequent field trips are included. The camp is also looking for teens ages 15 and up to assist with the program. ocalapd.com or (352) 369-7133


 


Ocala Karate Dojo Summer Camp


May 30-June 3; June 6-10, 13-17, 20-24; June 27-July 1; July 5-8, 11-15, 18-22, 25-29; August 1-5, 5-12, 15-19, 22-26; 6:45am-6pm


Kids ages 5 through 12 can train with national and state champions, take an anti-bully class, go on exciting field trips and visit area parks. ocalakarate.com or (352) 237-9076


 


Ocala Brazilian Jiu Jitsu


May 31-August 9; 7am-6pm


Kids ages 5 through 13 will learn about martial arts, do arts and crafts, take daily field trips and enjoy pizza parties. ocalabjj.com or (352) 622-6562


 


 


Martial Arts World


Starts June 1; 7am-6pm


In addition to daily martial arts training, this summer camp includes fun, educational field trips, swimming and trips to the movies. amsmasites.com/AMSWeb/mawofocala or (352) 307-0017


 


Parks Taekwondo


May 30-June 3; June 6-10, 13-17, 20-24; June 27-July 1; July 5-8, 18-22, 25-29; August 1-5, 8-12; 9am-5pm


Kids ages 5 through 12 can participate in fun outings and activities as well as martial arts training, ping pong, and arts and crafts classes each day. parkstkdfl.com or (352) 586-5212


 


Frank Deluca YMCA Summer Camps


June 1-August 12; 6:45am-6pm


Each week offers a different theme, as campers ages 5 through 15 enjoy games, science projects, field trips, singing songs and fitness fun. ymcacentralflorida.com or (352) 368-9622


 


Sizzling Summer Camp


May 30-August 15; 7:30am-6pm


Kids ages 5 through 13 will enjoy everything from golf and archery to movies and field trips. Lunch is included. ocalafl.org/recpark or (352) 368-5517


 


Ocala Aquatics Adventure Splash Camp


June 6-10, 13-17, 20-24; June 27-July 1; July 5-8, 11-15, 18-22, 25-29; August 1-5; 9am-3:30pm


This swim camp for ages 6 through 12 will provide instruction in a number of water activities and water games. ocalaaquatics.com or (352) 873-5811


 


GraceWay Academy Camp


June 13-July 29


Kids ages 2 through second grade will love this fun summer camp! Options include one- through four-day spots. gracewayacademy.org or (352) 629-4523


 


Grace Christian School’s Camp Hope


July 18-22


Kids in kindergarten through sixth grade can develop skills in sports, teamwork, culture and outdoor pursuits. County and city organizations will stop by to share their knowledge. jmiller@gcsocala.org or (352) 387-3090


 


Cornerstone Day Camp


June 6-10, 13-17, 20-24; June 27-July 1; July 11-15, 18-22; 9am-4pm


For children entering kindergarten through 10th grade, this year’s camp brings a different theme each week. thecornerstoneschool.org or (352) 351-8840


 


Sonshine Summer Camp


May 30-June 3; June 6-10, 13-17, 20-24; June 27-July 1; July 5-8, 11-15, 18-22, 25-29; 8am-5:30pm


Campers ages 5 through 11 will enjoy a week of field trips to the movie theater, museums, zoos, the bowling alley and much more. stjohnocala.org or (352) 622-7275


 


Highlands Baptist Learning Center


May 31-August 5; 7am-5:30pm


Children in kindergarten through fifth grade will see movies at the Marion Theatre, swim at Jervey Gantt, go skating and bowling and, on Fridays, enjoy a pizza day. hbclearningcenterocala.org or (352) 694-2194


 


 


UF/IFAS Extension Marion County 4H Summer Programs


Marion County 4-H offers day camps for different ages with different adventures throughout the summer. kimberly.condurso@marioncountyfl.org or (352) 671-8404


 


Master Gardener Marion Sprouts


June 20-24; 8:30am-4:30pm


Kids ages 8 through 14 will learn about the art and science of gardening through soils, garden pests, plant identification and more. (352) 671-8400


 


Agriscience Sampler


July 18-22; 9am-4pm; Monday-Thursday 8:30am-4:30pm, Friday 8:30am-12pm


Campers will dive into subjects such as: cooking, food production, veterinary science, equine science, gardening, agricultural technology, biotechnology and careers in agriculture. Field trips included.


 


Tech Wizard Camp


July 11-15


Kids will take part in hands-on activities to learn about science, technology, engineering and mathematics.


 


4-H20 Camp


June 6-10; Monday-Thursday 8:30am-4:30pm, Friday 8:30am-12pm


Kids between the ages of 8 and 18 will learn about marine science, water quality and protecting our natural resources, all while enjoying outdoor activities.


 


LIFE (Financial Literacy)


July 5-8; Tuesday-Thursday 8:30am-4:30pm, Friday 8:30am-12pm


A four-day hands-on financial literacy program designed for intermediate and senior 4-H members to become familiarized with the fundamentals of financial literacy.


 


Food Science & Safety Training


June 13-17; Monday-Thursday 8:30am-4:30pm, Friday 8:30am-12pm


Monday-Thursday 8:30am-4:30pm, Friday 8:30am-12pm


Participants will be able to practice their cooking skills while learning about food nutrition and safety. Earn your food handler certificate upon passing course examination.


 


Firewise Nature Camps


June 6-August 5; 8am-5pm (before/after care available)


For ages 6 through 12, each week at this nature camp, located at Brick City Adventure Park, features a new theme, a field trip and plenty of fun activities. marioncountyfl.org/parks or (352) 671-8560


 


Kayak/PaddleBoard Mini Camp


June 13-16; July 18-21; 8am-2pm


Children ages 10 through 15 will learn the basic skills of kayaking and stand-up paddling. Camp will include local outings to test their skills. marioncountyfl.org/parks or (352) 671-8560


 


Archery Camp


June 27-July 1; August 1-5; 9am-12pm


Children ages 9 through 15 can learn about the techniques of archery under safe supervision. marioncountyfl.org/parks or (352) 671-8560


 


Fish Camp


June 6-10, July 25-29; 8am-5pm


Learn about bank and boat fishing, boating safety, types of tackle, casting tips, knot-tying and more. All campers will receive a rod and reel, tackle box and tackle. marioncountyfl.org/parks or (352) 671-8560


 


Extreme Adventure Camp


June 20-24; July 5-8; July 11-15; 8am-5pm


This camp for ages 9-15 includes kayaking, paddle boarding, tubing, hiking, ropes challenge, zip lining and tree climbing. marioncountyfl.org/parks or (352) 671-8560


Just Dance (And


Tumble)


Victoria’s School of Dance


Whether you want to introduce your little one to ballet or she wants to dance like a princess, there’s a camp for everyone this summer. vsdance.com or (352) 489-6756


 


Acrobatics Class


May 10-August 30; ages 3 and up


 


Baby Ballerina Camps


May 16-25; ages 18-36 months


 


 


Dance Intensive


June 13-17; July 11-15; 10am-5pm; ages 10 and up


 


Celebrity Princess/Royalty Dance Camp


July 18-22; ages 3 and up


 


The Dance Company of Ocala


Whether you want to dance like you’re a fairy or a ninja, The Dance Company of Ocala can make it happen this summer! dancecompanyocala.com or (352) 415-3350


 


Summer Dance Intensive


July 5-19; 5:30pm-6:30pm; ages 7-10


July 5-19; 5:30pm-8:30pm; ages 11 and up


 


Fairytale Camp


July 11-15; 9am-12pm; ages 4-9


 


 


Ballet and Broadway Camp


July 18-22; 9am-12pm; ages 5-11


 


Ninja Hip Hop Camp


July 25-29; 9am-12pm; ages 5-10


 


A variety of evening dance classes throughout July for ages 2 and up


 


Balcony Gymnastics


June 6-August 9, week-long sessions; 7:30am-5:30pm


Kids ages 5 through 12 will receive an introductory look at gymnastics, karate and dance while also playing games and making crafts. balconysports.com or (352) 401-3663


 


Mary Ellen School of Dance


No matter what you’re looking for when it comes to dance, there is a little something for everyone this summer at Mary Ellen’s. Times and prices vary. maryellenschoolofdance.com or (352) 732-2030


 


Dance Camp


Ages: 5-13


June 20-23 July 18-21


 


Princess Camp


Ages: 3-6


June 13-16


 


Ballet/Pointe Intensive


Ages: 6-21 years old


July 11-15


 


 


Acrobatic Workshop


Ages: 6-21


June 13-16


July 11-14


 


FOCUS Intensive


Ages: 6-21 years old


July 25-29


Grace’full Gymnastics Camp


June 13-17; July 11-15; 9am-1pm


A camp full of dancing, gymnastics and karate, including snacks and crafts. facebook.com/GraceFullGymnastics or (352) 694-3055


 


Benson Academy of Dance


July 5-22


Join Marion Ballet Theatre’s Summer Dance Intensive to take your dance skills to the next level. Ages 6 and up will meet from 10am-4pm. The Kinder Summer Intensive for ages 4-6 will be 10am-12pm. marionballettheatre.org or (352) 629-6155


 


Performing Arts Conservatory


At PAC, each genre of performing arts will feature its own camp with a new theme each week. pacocala.com or (352) 237-5678


 


Dance


9am-4pm; ages 5-teen


June 20-24 (Circus)


June 27-July 1 (Star Wars)


July 11-15 (Christmas in July)



Acrobatics


9am-12pm; intermediate and advanced dancers


May 31-June 3



Academic


9am-12pm or 1pm-4pm; ages 5-9


June 6-9


July 18-21



Weekly Mini Mozart


11-11:45am; ages 2-5


June 21, 28; July 5, 12, 19, 26



Pro Track Intensive


9am-4pm; ages 7-18


July 25-29


 


Overnight Ordeals


 


UF/IFAS Extension Marion County 4-H


Marion County 4-H offers camps for different ages with different adventures throughout the summer. kimberly.condurso@marioncountyfl.org or (352) 671-8404


 


4-H Legislature


June 27-July 1


Teens ages 14 through 18 will develop skills in debating (and put them to use), legislation and public speaking in Tallahassee.


 


4-H University


July 25-29


Teens ages 14 through 18 will learn about possible career opportunities, work with faculty and discover the University of Florida campus. 4huniversity.com


 


Camp Cherry Lake Residential Camp


August 1-5


Youth ages 8-18 can make new friends on scenic Cherry Lake in Madison, Florida. This is the overnight camp designated for 4-Hers from Marion County.


 


Camp Kiwanis


June 13-17, 20-24; June 27-July 1; July 4-8


Children ages 7 through 13 are invited to this traditional sleepover summer camp, full of safe and fun activities. Camp runs Monday through Friday. campkiwanisocala.com or (352) 236-5401


 


Camp La-No-Che


June 5-11, 12-18, 19-24; June 26-July 2; July 3-9, 10-16, 17-23


Whether with a troop or on your own, boys can take part in this traditional scout camp located in Paisley, south of Ocala. camplanoche.com or (352) 669-8558


 


Camp Shalom


June 12-July 29


Located in Orange Springs on the edge of the Ocala National Forest, Camp Shalom is a Jewish coed overnight camp for kids and teens featuring traditional camp activities such as sports and outdoor recreation. campshalom.net or (352) 546-2223


 


Camp Kateri


June 12-17, 19-24, June 26-July 1; July 5-8, 10-15, 17-22


Open to all girls in grades first through 12th, each camp session features a different theme, from crafting to celebrations. girlscouts-gateway.org or (877) 764-5237


 


Camp Wildwood


June 19-July 30


All girls in grades first through 12th are welcome to attend full- or half-week camps at Camp Wildwood, a Girl Scouts-run overnight camp, offering swimming, nature activities, barn dances and horseback riding. gswcf.org/summercamp or (813) 281-4475


 


Florida Fish and Wildlife Camp


June 12-17, 19-24; June 26-July 1, July 10-15, 17-22, 24-29


Florida Fish and Wildlife offers a variety of camps throughout the summer for children ages 9 though 14, featuring different adventures, including fishing, archery, hunting and outdoor awareness. myfwc.com/education/outdoor-skills/ocala-youth-camp or (352) 625-2804


 


Editor’s Note: This is not a comprehensive list of summer camps. We made every attempt to research and contact as many camps as possible and to ensure accurate information was included. Dates, times, locations and details are subject to change at the camps’ discretion. Please contact the camp directly for up-to-date information.

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