Coral Camp 2017

Coral Camp

Dive into Coral Camp, explore coral reefs & the underwater world!

Spring Break Coral Camp 2017 registration will begin January 17, 2017!
Summer is coming early this year! Children 6 -12 years of age explore and learn about our surrounding marine environment through exciting education activities at the Reef Relief Environmental Center in Key West. Each fun-packed day, campers will experience hands-on learning, interactive games and daily field trips.

This Spring Break session is limited to 25 campers. Spring Break Coral Camp runs Monday – Friday March 13th – 17th from 8:30am- 4:30pm. Camp fees are $225/week. To insure the safety of our campers scheduled field trips are subject to cancellation due to weather conditions or other safety concerns. Space is limited!

We will begin accepting registration forms on January 17, 2017. You may email the registration form to reefrelief@gmail.com or fax it to (305) 293-9515. You may also drop it off at the Reef Relief Environmental Visitor Center located at 631 Greene St. in Key West or mail it to P.O. Box 430, Key West, FL 33041.

Summer 2017 Coral Camp sessions will be updated Spring 2017.  Registration for Summer Coral Camp 2017 will begin in April 2017.

Coral Camp Weeks 2016

REGISTRATION BEGINS

MARCH 28, 2016

*Spots remaining as of 7/29/16

Week 1: June 13-17      FULL

Week 5: July 18-22   FULL        

Week 2: June 20-24    FULL

Week 6: July 25-29   FULL     

Week 3: June 27-July 1 FULL

Week 7: August 1-5   FULL   

No Coral Camp July 4-8 

Week 8: August 8-12   FULL  

Week 4: July 11-15      FULL

Week 9: August 15-19  13   

(Please use this form if you will be faxing it to Reef Relief)

(Please use this form if you will be faxing it to Reef Relief)

Coral Camp 2016 Sponsors

Click below to learn more about these sponsors

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Coral Camp is funded in part through grants from MOTE’s  “Protect Our Reefs” Program and by the Disney Conservation Fund.

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