Created in 1948, the park's mission is to commemorate the 1539 expedition of the Spanish Conquistador Hernando de Soto and his impact on the American Indian societies of the Southeast. The park is open year round and offers many seasonal activities. The highlight of the park's activities during the winter include living history programs and demonstrations at Camp Uzita, a recreation of a 16th Century native village. During the summer, the park operates guided kayak tours in the surrounding water and bays.
Historic Spanish Point is a 30-acre outdoor history museum nestled on Little Sarasota Bay. Featuring prehistoric middens, pioneer homesteads, and the lush gardens of Mrs. Bertha Palmer, we are dedicated to the preservation of over 5,000 years of history and nature. Historic Spanish Point offers Summer Adventure Camps that allow children to get outdoors and into nature. Campers learn about wildlife, art, science, outdoor survival skills and traditional outdoor sports while having fun!
Jacksonville Country Day School prepares students for a healthy and productive lifetime of intellectual exploration, character development, and social responsibility. JCDS has served the Jacksonville community for over 45 years through the summer camp program. Each summer hundreds of campers participate in both day camp and a variety of specialty camps. Campers also enjoy swim time, gym time, field trips, archery, and arts & crafts.
Discover the natural wonders Amelia Island has to offer at Omni Amelia Island Resort. The resort provides family-friendly tours, a retail shop and animal experiences, all on the expansive 1350 acres of Omni Amelia Island Resort. Join in a stroll through a maritime forest and discover the species that call the forest home. Catch a glimpse of a painted bunting or great blue heron on a kayak tour, assist in sea turtle recovery with an on-property
naturalist, and more.
The City of Miami Beach Parks and Recreation Department offers a variety of exciting outdoor and water-based programming to people of all ages, including kayaking, surfing, fishing and overnight camping trips. We pride ourselves on providing a fun and safe place for those who live and play in our beautiful, vibrant community. With over 30 parks and facilities to explore and hundreds of different programs, we strive to provide the best experience for you and your family. Join a team, make a friend and discover something new with the Parks & Recreation Department.
Huguenot Memorial Park is managed by the City of Jacksonville and is a hotspot for both recreation and wildlife. Huguenot is the only drive on beach in Duval County, is Northeast Florida's premier windsurfing spot, and is one of Jacksonville's best-known surfing locations. It also boasts one of the largest Royal Tern and Laughing Gull nesting colonies on the east coast, with nesting in smaller numbers from shorebirds and sea turtles. The park is a peninsula bordered by the Fort George River, St.
South Dade YMCA is a youth development and wellness facility located in the Pinecrest/Palmetto Bay community. Our facility provides youth programs such as Y-fit, archery, fishing, work force preparation, sport programs, and more. The facility
contains a gymnasium, fitness center, kid zones, and sports field.
Oscar Scherer State Park is a 1400 acre park featuring Florida's rare, scrubby flatwoods and the endangered Florida Scrub Jay. We offer year-round youth programming for both individuals and groups. We lead hikes and Junior Ranger programs, tram tours and field trips. Come hike our trails or hop in a canoe or kayak and explore the brackish waters of South Creek. With a strong emphasis on interpreting and preserving our natural resources, we do our best to accommodate any request for an educational opportunity. Explore the real Florida with us today!
We are a family owned and operated business. We want to share our love and passion for Amelia Island while enjoying nature in its natural habitat. Our self-guided ecotours and rentals are a way to fully enjoy our environment while having the lowest impact on our ecosystem. Self-guided ecotours will give you and your group a chance to have fun, create memories and immerse yourself in life experiences.
Summer Camp at the Y understands that lasting memories, new experiences and best friends are part of what makes summer such a special time away from the hectic pace of modern school life. As a local leader in youth development for more than 97 years, our Y provides children with positive and fun experiences that build confidence, new friendships and sense of belonging and self confidence that will last beyond the summer.