City of Sunny Isles Beach Summer Camp Enrolls Record Number of Campers in 2014

Summer Camp for the City of Sunny Isles Beach has enrolled record numbers of campers with only three weeks until camp begins. Be sure to come to Pelican Community Park (18115 North Bay Road) and register before all the spots are filled.

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Campers paddle kayaks at Oleta River State Park.

Sunny Isles Beach, Florida (PRWEB) May 16, 2014

Summer Camp for the City of Sunny Isles Beach has enrolled record numbers of campers with only three weeks until camp begins. Be sure to come to Pelican Community Park (18115 North Bay Road) and register before all the spots are filled.

Don’t miss out on the fun! Register your children for camp now! There are still several camp options that will please both parents and kids. General Day Camp offerings include Camp Tot Lot, a half-day program for toddlers, and Camp SIB, a full-time program for school-aged children. Camp Tot-Lot is the perfect opportunity to introduce a toddler to his/her first school experience, including learning about arts & crafts, games, sports, music, and yoga, while also learning to socialize with other children. Camp SIB is offered for four different age groups. The children are engaged in age-appropriate activities and field trips. For instance, the SIB Freshman (5-8 year olds) go on two field trips a week such as Miami Shores Aquatic Center and roller skating, whereas the oldest group, SIB Seniors (ages 13 – 15), travel off site three days out of five to such exciting venues as Planet Air Sports, Extreme Paintball, and into the Everglades for an air boat ride.

When not on a trip, the campers participate in arts & crafts, outdoor sports, indoor games, and more! Whatever the age level of the children, rest assured; the fun offered at camp will keep them engaged in learning about their world. They will burn off plenty of energy every day in a safe environment; falling asleep each night with a smile on their face!

In addition to general day camps, the City also offers specialty and sports camps, such as Musical Theater, Lego, Fine Art, Basketball, Soccer, Cheerleading, and much more! Complete details and listings for all the camps can be found in the Summer Camp Brochure which is available at Pelican Community Park or on-line at http://www.sibfl.net. For additional information or questions, please contact the Cultural & Community Services Department at 305.792.1706.


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