Camp Winona

Associated Agency: 
Volusia Flagler Family YMCA

The mission of the YMCA is to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build a healthy spirit, mind, and body for all. At Camp Winona, we fulfill this mission by engaging youth and families in programs such as swimming, paddle sports, and sailing on our beautiful Lake Winona. Other popular programs include archery, riflery, fishing, paintball, team sports, and high and low ropes course challenges including a zipline! We offer 6 one-week sessions of residential summer camp as well as 2 family camp experiences and additional youth weekend camps.

10 CAN, Inc.

10 CAN is a not-for-profit organization designed to Save Heroes through Faith, Family, and the Great Outdoors. Our mission is to heal heroes, raise warriors, and restore families through outdoor recreation, education, and rehabilitation. We rally communities to support military and first responder families, diversify the outdoors by recruiting minorities, and feed underprivileged families. Our programs consist of Hunting, Fishing, Farming, Survival, and Disaster Response.

Southeastern Dog Hunters Association

The Southeastern Dog Hunters Association (SEDHA) was originally organized as the Blackwater Dog Hunters Association in 2012 out of Santa Rosa County, Florida but, quickly changed its name to represent members across the United States. Our primary base of members resides and hunts in Florida’s Hunting Zone D (Tallahassee to Escambia County). We strive to recruit, retain & reactivate men and woman in outdoor activities by offering a variety of opportunities to youth and families.

Future of Hunting in Florida: Telogia

Associated Agency: 
Future of Hunting in Florida

For the past eleven years, FHF has hosted approximately 90 weekend youth hunts under the FWC Youth Hunting Program at various private leases and lands in both North and North/Central Florida. And for the past two years, FHF has begun its own New "Old" Hunters Program by hosting a total of six weekend mentored hunts.

Camp Weed & Cerveny Conference Center

Camp Weed has served as the Diocese of Florida’s resident camp for more than 92 years. In that time, we’ve moved from St. Augustine Beach to Panama City, finally settling in 1978 in Live Oak, Florida. During that time, we’ve served thousands of campers, and we love seeing generations of families - grandparents, parents, and children - come through our gates. Camp Weed offers a unique summer experience that allows campers to experience God’s great outdoors, and through them, experience God.

Florida Frontiersmen, Inc.

The Florida Frontiersmen, Inc. (FFI), a 501c3 nonprofit, has over 300 + acres of reclaimed mine lands containing a mixture of wooded wetlands with swamp and stream, and cleared fields. We're situated between Bartow and Fort Meade on the south side of Homeland.

There are three covered shooting ranges for black powder rifles, smooth bores, pistols, and shot guns. There are also two uncovered shooting ranges, traditional archery range, hawk & knife throwing range, and we are in the process of building a covered multipurpose range.

YMCA Camp Immokalee

Associated Agency: 
First Coast YMCA

Since 1909, Camp Immokalee has been providing safe, fun, and high quality summer resident camp programs for youth in Florida and around the world. Immokalee campers learn to care for themselves, others, and the world around them while building life and activity skills through camp activities. Grit, gratitude and character are 21st-century skills every young person will need to succeed, and our camp activities are carefully designed to get kids out of their comfort zone and develop leadership skills while building community and having fun.

Greynolds Park - Boathouse

Associated Agency: 
Miami-Dade Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces

Greynolds Park was officially dedicated in 1936 and saw great popularity almost immediately. As time went on, the park received multitudes of additions including a new Boathouse (1939), several unique picnic shelters (1939), and a 40-acre 9-hole golf course (1964). In 1983, Greynolds Park was declared a historic site. The park has several walking trails, a playground, picnic shelters and a campground. Greynolds Park and Miami EcoAdventures partner together to offer various nature based programs for the public, school/youth groups and scouts.

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Nassau County 4-H

Associated Agency: 
University of Florida

The Nassau County 4-H Youth Development program create supportive environments for diverse youth to reach their fullest potential. Through hands-on activities, Nassau County 4-H provides youth the opportunity to gain knowledge and develop life skills that will lead them to be responsible citizens. 4-H focuses on many program areas including environmental science, agricultural, leadership, S.T.E.M., and community service.

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