City of Tampa opens registration for free summer camp program

To attend, children must have completed kindergarten and be between ages 5 and 12.

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The City of Tampa’s is now offering parents a free summer camp program to kick off the summer.

Tampa Parks and Recreation Department is launching a two-week summer camp program free of charge for Tampa residents. The camp will run June 1-12, Monday to Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

To attend, children must have completed kindergarten and be between ages 5-12.

Registration opens 9 a.m., May 26 and closes 11:59 p.m., May 27, and enrollment will be decided on a lottery basis. 

The camp will be offered at the following locations:

  • Copeland Center, 11001 N. 15th St., 33612

  • Dr. MLK Complex, 2200 N. Oregon Ave., 33607

  • Forest Hills Center, 724 W. 109th St., 33612

  • Jackson Heights Center, 3310 E. Lake Ave., 33610

  • Loretta Ingraham Center, 1615 N. Hubert Ave., 33607

  • Police Athletic League, 1924 W. Diana St., 33604

  • Port Tampa Center, 4702 W. McCoy St., 33616

  • Springhill Center, 1000 E. Eskimo Ave., 33607

The Parks and Recreation Department’s traditional camp will be held starting June 15. To register or find more information on these programs, visit tampagov.net/parks or call 813-274-3345.

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