2024 general summer camps in Central Florida

Check out the general camps available in Winter Garden, Windermere, Horizon West, Ocoee, Oakland, Dr. Phillips and beyond.

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Camp Roar Lower School Day Camp
The First Academy, 2667 Bruton Blvd., Orlando

Details: Each week, your child will be able to experience a variety of activities, games, and crafts, as well as participate in on-campus events and experiences, based on the theme of the week. 

Camp dates: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 3 through July 26 Tuition: Varies Registration: thefirstacademy.org/student-life/summer-camps/camp-roar Ages: Rising TK through sixth-graders Contact: Corey Gilchrist, director of auxiliary programs, [email protected]  

Camp Roar Preschool Day Camp
The First Academy, 2667 Bruton Blvd., Orlando

Details: Camp Roar Preschool Day Camp will have weekly themes that incorporate letter recognition, math and science skills, music, and arts. Campers also will enjoy on-campus special events and activities throughout the summer.

Camp dates: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 3 through July 26 Tuition: Varies Registration: thefirstacademy.org/student-life/summer-camps/camp-roar Ages: Infants through K-Prep 3 students Contact: Corey Gilchrist, director of auxiliary programs, [email protected] 

Central Florida Zoo and Botanical Gardens Summer Camp
Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens, 3755 W. Seminole Blvd., Sanford

Details: Explore these exciting summer programs featuring weekly full-day camps with before- and after-care available. Choose from a wide variety of fun and exciting camps, such as Animal Antics & Pouncing Paws, Dr. Zoo Little & Radical Reptiles, and Journey into the Wild. 

Camp dates: June through August Tuition: Varies; discounts are available for annual pass-holders Registration: centralfloridazoo.org Ages: 5-17 Contact: (407) 323-4450, Ext. 123, or [email protected] 

City of Ocoee Summer Camp
Jim Beech Recreation Center, 1820 A.D. Mims Road, Ocoee

Details: Explore new places and create memories during full days of activities, such as field trips, arts and crafts, games, sports, and swimming.

Camp dates: June 3 through Aug. 9 Tuition: Prices vary based on week. Registration fee is $35 per child. Field trip costs are not included. Registration: Call for information Ages: 6-12 Contact: (407) 905-3180 or ocoee.org 

City of Winter Garden Summer Camp 2024
Jessie Brock Community Center, 310 N. Dillard St., Winter Garden

Details: This camp features activities such as field trips, arts and crafts, swimming, games, and sports.

Camp dates: May 28 through Aug. 9 (no camp on July 4) Tuition: $130 per week for city residents; $160 for non-residents. There is a $10 weekly discount for each additional child enrolled per week. Registration: Resident, April 1; non-resident, April 15 Ages: Rising first- through eighth-graders Contact: (407) 656-4155

Discover Summer Party
West Orange locations include Foundation Academy, 15304 Tilden Road, Winter Garden; Oakland Avenue Charter School, 456 E. Oakland Ave., Oakland; and Westpointe Elementary, 7525 Westpointe Blvd., Orlando

Details: Schools out, scream and shout! Summer camp offers a structured opportunity for children to grow. Summer camp is another way students can grow and allows students to become independent and self-confident, while socializing and making new friends from all around. Summer camp is all about having fun each and every day. Field trips are offered every Friday throughout the entire summer. Themed days take place every week and each week has its own theme and activities that correlate with it.

Camp dates: 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. May 27 through Aug. 2 Tuition: Varies Registration: Online at discoverafterschool.com Ages: Rising kindergartners through fifth-graders Contact: (407) 395-3553

Eight Waves Free Summer Camp Volunteers Needed
1136 E. Plant St., Winter Garden

Details: This free summer camp is offered on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Eight Waves is looking for dedicated volunteers, high school-age and older. Ideally, we would want individuals who can commit to coming consistently to build relationships with students. Activities include Mentorship Monday small group meet-ups, Bible lessons, crafts and outdoor fun on Wednesdays, and fun field trips off-site on Fridays. 

Camp dates: June 5 (Volunteer Training); June 10-14 (Week 1) June 17-21 (Week 2) June 24-28 (Week 3) July 8-12 (Week 4) July 15-19 (Week 5) July 22-26 (Week 6) Registration: bit.ly/4983XJs Ages: High school students and adult volunteers Contact: [email protected] 

Family Church Kid's Club Camp
8464 Winter Garden-Vineland Road, Orlando

Details: Kids’ Club is a full-day summer camp that will offer a fun summer of Kona Ice, water slides, field trips and more.

Camp dates: 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. May 28 through June 16 Tuition: $225 per week Registration: summertime.ourfamily.church Ages: Rising first- through sixth-graders Contact: Visit summertime.ourfamily.church

Hi-Lite Coaching at the Dr. Phillips YMCA — Teen Life Skills Programming
7000 Dr. Phillips Blvd. Orlando

Details: Life skills programming for teens to help them learn who they are, where they want to go and how they can get there. 

Dates: Varies Tuition: Free Registration: Ongoing Ages: Sixth- through 12 graders

Contact: [email protected] or visit hilitecoaching.com/teengroups 

KLA Schools of Horizon West: Urban Explorers Summer Camp
8185 Summerlake Groves St., Winter Garden 

Details: KLA’s unique and innovative environment and experiences will provide your child a summer full of fun and learning. Your child will build skills, have fun and make memories. This program includes junior engineering, robotics, cooking, gardening, sports/water fun, art in the arboretum, field trips, special guests and more.

Camp dates: June 3 through Aug. 2 Tuition: Starting at $230 per week Registration: Call (407) 917-4343 or email [email protected] Ages: 5-10 Contact: (407) 917-4343

Lake Cypress Summer Camp
Windermere Preparatory School, 6189 Winter Garden-Vineland Road, Windermere

Details: This camp will feature a variety of activities, including on-campus field trips, tons of indoor specialty camp rooms, swimming, sports, crafts, dance, inflatables, performances, laser tag and dodgeball. Specialized half-day camps and extended-day care are also available. 

Camp dates: Weekly themed sessions from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. or 7:45 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. from June 3 through July 26 Tuition: $330 per week ($430 for extended care). Half-day camps vary; check website for information Registration: Ongoing; available online at camp.windermereprep.com Ages: 5-14 Contact: (407) 905-7737, Option 7, or [email protected] 

Montverde Academy Day Camp
17235 Seventh St., Montverde

Details: Kids in Day Camp will enjoy an abundance of activities that will help them build confidence, explore new things and make lifelong friends. From water games, themed activities, STEM, swimming, and arts and crafts to day trips and outdoor sports, there is something for everyone. 

Camp dates: June 3 through July 26 Tuition: Call for information Registration: montverde.org Ages: 4-12 Contact: montverde.org 

Piaget Academy Summer Camp
Piaget Academy, 6395 Raleigh St., Orlando (MetroWest)

Details: This program is enriched with dance, drama, sports and field trips.

Camp dates: 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. June 2 through Aug. 10 Tuition: $215 per week Registration: Ongoing Ages: Varies Contact: (407) 293-9372

Rosen JCC General Camp
11184 S. Apopka-Vineland Road, Orlando

Details: General Camp is jam-packed with fun for campers of all ages. Campers are grouped based on grade and rotate between traditional camp activities with their peers and counselors. Activities typically include arts and crafts, recreation, music, science, cooking, nature, drama, and water activities.

Camp dates: June 3 through Aug. 9 Tuition: $295 per week ($285 for members) Registration: camp.rosenjcc.org/register Ages: Kindergartners through eighth-graders Contact: (407) 387-5330

YMCA Elementary Day Camps
Dr. P. Phillips YMCA, 7000 Dr. Phillips Blvd. Orlando; Roper YMCA Family Center, 100 Windermere Road, Winter Garden 

Details: Activities for Elementary Day Camp may also include field trips, on-site guests, nature activities and weekly family events. Campers will learn the YMCA values of caring, honesty, respect, responsibility and faith through camp themes that change each week. 

Camp dates: Weekly themed sessions May 28 through Aug. 2 Tuition: Call for information Registration: Ongoing at ymcacf.org/programs/camps/elementary Ages: Rising first- through fifth-graders Contact: [email protected] 

YMCA Middle Day Camps
Bridgewater Middle School, 5600 Tiny Road, Winter Garden; Southwest Middle School, 6450 Dr. Phillips Blvd., Orlando 

Details: Offerings in STEM, athletics, digital media, and the arts ensure students are having fun while continuing to learn throughout the summer. The YMCA of Central Florida Summer Zone is funded by a grant from the Orange County government. 

Camp dates: June 5 through July 27 (no camp July 3-7) Tuition: Call for information Registration: Ongoing at ymcacf.org/programs/camps/middle/schools Ages: Rising sixth- through eighth-graders Contact: [email protected]