Orlando Summer Program
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Outdoor Survival Camp at Bill Frederick Park at
Conservation Camp at Bill Frederick Park at
Camp Hours: 7:30
a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Dates: June 10 - August 16, 2013 (10 weeks)
Open Registration is Saturday, April 6, 2013
can avoid the rush and lines by registering on-line
at 12:01 a.m. (City of Orlando Residents)
On-Line: Starting at 12:00 p.m. (Non-City Residents)
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon (City of
1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. (Non-City
The City of Orlando’s Recreation Division
offers a safe and affordable
summer camp program for
elementary and middle school age children (ages
5 - 14) at selected sites. This five-day week program at
15 City recreation centers offers a variety of activities,
crafts, outdoor activities, nature programs, exciting field trips (additional
expense), computer labs, arts and crafts, and special events. Sites may offer
different activities according to the interests of the children who participate
Costs - Summer Camp Program
All registered Camp Orlando participants are required
to purchase a camp t-shirt in order to participate in field trips. Cost $5.33
Free daily lunch and snack is
offered as part of the
State of Florida's Summer Food
City of Orlando Resident
$60 a Week
of residency required. MUST provide driver’s license,
water bill, electric bill
showing City address.
Non-City of Orlando Resident
$100 a Week
The community support program
is for City Residents and City of
Orlando Employees only. It will
use the most widely accepted
standard in the State of
and the nation to determine
financial need: qualification for
the Electronic Benefit Transfer
(EBT) program, commonly known as
As a result, City families
who are on EBT will be able to go
on-line with staff at our recreation
centers to pull up their EBT
accounts, and all the children
listed on their account will be able
to enroll in our summer camp
free of charge. Visit your
nearest center in order to
prequalify beginning the first week
If you already are
on EBT, please bring your EBT card
and on-line EBT log-in information
to our Center when you come in to
If you don’t have on-line
log-in information, our Center staff
will be happy to assist you
If you are not
interested in EBT but still wish to
apply for our community support
program, bring the required
documents when you come to
Florida ID or Driver’s License,
another document that verifies your
residence within City limits (rental
agreement, utility bill, mortgage,
voter registration card), and your
family’s income tax return
with W-2 forms for the previous year.
Our staff will review this
information to determine whether you
Camp Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to fill out two registration forms if I
have two children attending?
Yes, a registration form will be filled out for each attending child.
Do you have to buy t-shirts every summer?
Yes, each year new designs and colors are chosen for the campers that
participant in our programs.
Is there free lunch?
Yes, the City Of Orlando offers a free lunch program for those who choose to
participate. However, children can bring their own lunch if they prefer.
How do I pay
for summer camp?
Checks are made payable to the City Of Orlando.
We also accept money orders, Visa and Master Card.
Payment must be made at time of registration in order to
guarantee a spot for your child.
What proof of residency do I need?
Clients are required to provide two of the following items as
proof of residency:
- Florida Driver’s License
- Class 1 Identification Card (Florida State ID)
- Utility Bill
- Voter’s Registration Card
- Rental Agreement
- Lease Agreement
If your child is 5 years old and has completed kindergarten a copy of the final report card must
be provided on the first day of camp.
Do you have a junior counselor
The City Of Orlando invites students 13 and older to participant as junior
counselors during our summer camp program. Students may use these hours
as part of their community service requirement
for their school. Offered at selected sites.
What day does school start?
First day of class - August 19, 2013
When does summer camp start?
June 10, 2013
How old does a child have to be to come to summer
The City accepts children ages 5-14. If
they are five years old, they must have completed
If your child is five years old and has completed kindergarten a copy of the final report card must
be provided on the first day of camp.
Do we have to pay for the whole summer?
To guarantee a space for your child, payment is required
at time of registration for the weeks that you want your
child to attend.
What types of activities
These camps feature swimming, hands-on crafts, outdoor activities, nature
programs, cultural arts, field trips, game room activities, special
events music and dance, and more.
What day does summer camp
June 16, 2013
Is there a discount if you have
more than one child?
The City is unable to offer discounts for multiple family members.
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