Week 5 July 12-16
It’s Easy Being Green
Let’s Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle! What
can we do to make our earth a healthy
place to live? Campers will learn about
their carbon foot-print and how it impacts
our environment. We’ll learn ways to
make our planet a greener place!
Week 6 July 19-23
Astronomers In Action: Let’s Space Out!
Campers will explore the different
parts of our galaxy. Connect with
your inner astronomer as we learn
about the different planets, the moon,
constellations and stars. We’ll “space
out” and have fun as we come to know
the vast void that is space.
Week 7 July 26-30
Rock, Rumble & Roll: Can ‘Ya Dig It?
What will we unearth during fossil
hunts? Explore the lives of Dinosaurs
and the evidence that scientists use to
learn about these prehistoric creatures.
Campers will spend the week uncovering
the mysteries under the earth’s surface.
Xtra Rec Available
Need extra time getting
to or from work? Xtra
Rec is a supervised activity
camp. See camp descriptions for more
information or call 727-812-4530.
Week 1 June 14-18
Have you ever wanted to grow your own
food or look at beautiful gardens and
wonder how they are so colorful? Learn
how to sprout seeds, make tasty healthy
snacks and discover how the sun helps
food and flowers grow.
Week 2 June 21-25
Buzz & Flutter
Campers will learn about how pollinators
impact our food supply and why it is so
important for us to take care of them.
Search for other creepy, crawly insects
as we learn about the miniature world of
bugs and the incredible adaptations that
have made them more numerous than
any other animal on Earth.
Week 3 June 28 - July 2
Splash in the creek, catch a fish, tadpole
or crabs as we walk through Hammock
Park. Learn about the awesome
creatures that inhabit our oceans and top
off the week with pond dipping.
Week 4 July 6-9 (no camp 7/5)
Awesome Adaptations: Animal Superpowers
Animals have some of the same
superpowers as your favorite superheroes.
The bat has night vision, the dolphin can
talk to his friends and the cheetah can run
these awesome superpowers and do we
have some superpowers of our own?
1910 Ed Eckert Drive
Dunedin, FL 34698
5-11 yrs Must have completed Kindergarten
to “do” nature-themed activities each
week in a small group. It’s a perfect blend
of fun and hands-on learning through
projects, games, activities, crafts,
storytelling and nature walks. As weather
permits, campers spend approximately
half their day outside exploring Hammock
Park and its surroundings.
Wear old clothes and sneakers, we
Bring a non-perishable lunch, drink,
water bottle, sunscreen and bug
spray each day.
Swim two days per week at Highlander
Pool (weather permitting). Bring
swimsuit, sunscreen and towel.
Mon - Fri 9 am - 5 pm
$100 / $115 week Act #: NC01001
Xtra Rec is a supervised activity program
offered before and after camp.
Mon - Fri 7:30 - 9 am and 5 - 6 pm
$20 / $25 week Act #: NC01001X
www.DunedinGov.com/camps Pricing Key: $ Rec Card / $ No Card Act #: = Available for Online ine Registration
Dunedin Parks & Recreation