Sign Up for Recreation Summer Camp

Are you looking for a summer day camp for your child?

Register for modified small group summer day camp program at one of 16 City of Orlando neighborhood centers.

To ensure a safe environment for children and staff members, the City of Orlando will continue to follow Centers for Disease Control and Florida Department of Children and Families recommendations and regulations, which includes limiting the capacity of our summer camps.

To accommodate social distancing requirements children will be in groups of no more than 9 assigned to an adult instructor.

Access to the centers will be limited to children and the staff assigned to those facilities. Children will be screened before they enter the facility each day. This includes temperature checks and screening questions performed at drop off.

Maintenance staff will continually disinfect common areas and frequently touched surfaces throughout the day. At the end of each day, staff will deep clean all areas in preparation for the following day.

Activities can include indoor and outdoor physical education, Yoga, Art, Lego Challenges, Singing, Dancing, Recorder, Karate, Improv and Charades.

Recreation Summer Camp is for children 5-14 years old (must have completed Kindergarten, entering 1st grade through 8th grade). 

Registration Dates

Registration Dates: Online registration begins Tuesday, May 19 at 9 a.m. and lasts until all slots are taken. 

Camp Dates

Camp Dates: June 1 through August 7, 2020, closed July 3.
You do not have to enroll for the entire program and can choose which weeks your child attends.

Camp Hours: 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

How much does it cost

City of Orlando Residents: $60 per week.
Qualified residents and city employees may be eligible for their child to attend for free through our Community Support Program.

Non-City Residents: $100 per week

Other Fees: All registered participants must have a camp T-shirt, which costs $5.33 per child. Field trips are extra and will vary by age.

Online

Step 1.Find a neighborhood center 

Activities can vary at each neighborhood center. Contact centers to learn more about the activities they offer.

See List of Neighborhood Centers

Step 2.If eligible, call the selected center’s manager to apply for the Community Support Program

City of Orlando residents and employees may be eligible for free summer camp. Use our locator tool to check if you live within city limits.

The center manager will explain the verification process by phone.

Step 3.Register and pay online

Note: Summer camp locations are currently full and registration has been closed.

Step 4.Drop off your child at the neighborhood center when it's time for summer camp to begin

Your registration packet will include the dates and times for drop-off and pick-up. Due to concerns about COVID-19 children must be screened daily at drop off. Please allow enough time for a temperature check and screening questions each day.