Register for Summer Camps

by Cheryl Cronbaugh
Logo provided by PCB Parks and Recreation Logo provided by PCB Parks and Recreation

Panama City Beach, Fl: Panama City Beach Parks and Recreation hosts a variety of Summer Camps from June 3-August 2 for ages 4 to 18. There are more than 70 different camps scheduled for the summer. Camps run from one up to five days and focus around six themes:

• Aquatics

• Fine Arts

• Gaming

• Science

• Specialty

• Sports

There are more than eight different camps each week and prices vary. Summer Camps truly offer something for every interest, from Pro Style Baseball Training and Shoot for the Stars Theatre to Hula Dance and Intermediate Diving.

Registration is underway and is available online or in-person at the Frank Brown Park Community Center, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Registration will end five business days prior to the start of each camp. All camps are on a first come, first served basis. Space is limited, so reserve your spot today! All camps must be paid in full at the time of registration.

Summer Camp T-shirts are $10 and available while supplies last.

Recreation Coordinator Diane Nottage said summer camp is a great outlet for students and a respite for parents.

"With such a wide range of camps, kids can explore new interests, from art and science to sports and outdoor adventures. Summer camp is a fun way to keep kids engaged and learning throughout the summer," Nottage said.

"Camps also provide a chance for kids to meet new people and build social skills in a safe and supervised environment. But most of all, camp is fun! Our goal at Parks and Recreation is to provide children with a fun and exciting summer filled with memories and new friends."

For more information on Summer Camps, visit where you will find a summer activity guide, program descriptions and our registration portal.

Communications Director Debbie Ingram can be reached at (850) 233-5100, ext. 2261.