Hammock Wilderness Camp
Week 2 June 21-25
Do you know how to play a didgeridoo?
Would you like to build a wigwam or
throw a spear? These are just a few of
the activities you will participate in as you
immerse yourself in native and aboriginal
cultures from North America and around
Week 4 July 6-9 (no camp 7/5)
Outdoor Living Skills
Canoeing, fire building and orienteering
are just a few of the skills you will
master as you become an avid outdoor
and become and export at outdoor living.
Week 6 July 19-23
Canoeing, hikes, s’mores, arts and crafts;
these are just a few of the activities you
will experience at Hammock Day Camp.
Join us as we play and explore like
never before and become summer camp
Week 8 August 2-6
Survive, thrive and conquer rival tribes
during this week of heated competition!
Whether it’s archery, canoeing or
the test individually and as a team to rise
above the competition.
1900 San Mateo Drive
Dunedin, FL 34698
Matt Nauman, Camp Supervisor
Hammock Wilderness Camp
7-13 yrs Offered weeks 2, 4, 6 and 8
As a long-standing Dunedin tradition, this
outdoor camp held at Hammock Park has
its own unique trademark which includes
“old favorite” games and traditions.
Experience one-of-a-kind activities such
as drum circles, archery and navigating,
fire building, animal tracking, canoeing,
campfire songs, hiking the trails and
environmental education. Daily activities
include swimming, crafts and a multitude
of outdoor games.
Wear old clothes and sneakers - we
Bring a non-perishable lunch, drink,
water bottle, sunscreen, bug spray,
swimsuit and towel each day.
“Family Night” held each Friday at
6pm. Dinner will be provided for
campers. Family and friends are
invited to a show with skits and an
Mon - Fri 9 am - 5 pm
$120 / $135 week Act #: HMK01001
Xtra Rec is a supervised activity program
offered before and after camp. Xtra Rec
pick-up and drop-off will be at 1940 Ed
Eckert Drive, Dunedin.
Mon - Fri 7:30 - 9 am and 5 - 6 pm
$20 / $25 week Act #: HMK01001X
If the weather forecast predicts poor
conditions at the start of the day,
parents will be notified via email and
campers will start their day at 1940
Ed Eckert Drive.
In case of inclement weather during
the course of the day, campers will
take shelter at 1940 Ed Eckert Drive.
Parents will be notified via email and
signs will be posted at the front of
Dunedin Parks & Recreation