Most Unique Summer Camps in Orlando

Check out the video segment where we featured our Top 5 on FOX 35 News’ Good Day Orlando on Monday, May 7, 2018.

Camp Doglando
Ages 10-13
@ University of Doglando
$625 for the 2-week program

A unique 12-day program that partners campers up with a dog they learn to train, groom, play with, etc. Kids even go on field trips with the dogs to get them used to travel. All this is in an effort to prepare the dogs for their adopted families. (Don’t worry parents, kids don’t come home with a dog at the end of the program!) This is an amazingly authentic experience for kids that encourages responsibility and connection with animals. The camp is currently on a wait list for 2018.

SAK Comedy Lab’s Improv Camp
Ages 10-12 is June 11-15; Ages 13-16 is June 18-22
@ SAK Comedy Lab
$275
Sign your young comedian or performer up for this opportunity to learn improv with Orlando’s best comedians. The week commences with a workshop for parents to see their new comedic skills.

Twirly Girl Camp
Ages 4-10
@ The Veranda at Thornton Park
$295/week

For your frilly and fabulous little darling, this camp allows girls to play dress up all while learning some modern manners and etiquette in a fun way. Each day, campers come dressed in a different theme that coincides with a lesson on manners and etiquette.

SeaWorld Day Camps
PreK-12th grade
@ SeaWorld Orlando
$350/week
How lucky are Orlando kids that they have an option to go to camp at a theme park? Campers learn about marine biology, go behind-the-scenes to see how to care for animals and get to enjoy the theme park rides. There are different camp themes and activities by age group.

Wakeboarding Camp
Ages 10 and up
@ Orlando Watersports Complex
$399/week
Thrill seekers out there can burn off their energy learning wake boarding in a relaxed environment. All levels are welcome. Campers also get to enjoy the new AquaPark, a giant inflatable obstacle course on the water. It will be a great week of fun and exercise!

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