Opportunity For Summer Camp With Everglades Youth Conservation Camp of Florida Youth Conservation Centers Network
Dear Friends & Neighbors,
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Are you one of these parents who have trouble setting your child free from his/her iPad, Playstation, or Xbox, getting your child to play outdoor or enjoy nature?
Besides the opportunity for summer camp at Orlando Science Center, there are also other locations where fun, educational opportunities, and outdoor activities may be valuable for your child to experience this summer. I’ve recently received some photos from Janice T. Kerber, the EYCC (Everglades Youth Conservation Camp) Camp Director of the FYCCN (Florida Youth Conservation Centers Network), sharing some of the past activities at EYCC with our readers/viewers. Please feel free to click HERE for FYCCN and its summer camps information. There are boating, fishing, shooting, and wildlife discovery activities at :
The Everglades Youth Conservation Camp (EYCC) summer residential programs featuring a unique conservation education theme with outdoor adventure activities in south Florida’s ecosystems. Hiking, horseback riding, fishing, boating and archery are just some of the activities your child will get to do at this exciting camp! The residential summer camp program is for children who have completed 3 rd through 8th grade. To Register for Camp, visit their website and download the camp registration form. The program selection is based on the child’s grade level for the 2015-2016 school year. For more information please contact Janice Kerber at Janice.firstname.lastname@example.org or (561) 624-6929 .
FYCCN (Florida Youth Conservation Centers Network)
DIRECTIONS to EVERGLADES YOUTH CAMP (12100 Seminole Pratt Whitney Rd., West Palm Beach, FL 33412, (561)624-6929
If you are not certain and would like to find out more about the camp sites, please feel free to contact EYCC camp director for visitation on the camp site before making a decision. Inquire if there are opportunities for family to camp at any nearby locations.
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