2015 Summer Camp Programs

Junior Marine Biologist Summer Camp



Loggerhead Marinelife Center’s summer camp programs are interactive, educational and stimulating. Each camp is geared towards children ages 6* through 17. Students participating in the Jr. Marine Biologist summer camp program will gain an understanding of various nature-related topics such as (but not limited to) ecology and marine biology, with an emphasis on conservation. Camp hours are Monday - Friday, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Late pick-up (5:00 p.m.) is available for an additional fee.

Summer Camp Scholarships
A limited number of scholarships are available for JMB Summer Camp.
Find out if you qualify, Click Here>>

Summer Camp Pricing

February 1st - March 31st (Early-Bird)
Members: $160 per child if attending more than one week or with a sibling
Members: $175 if attending ONE WEEK ONLY
Nonmembers: $210 per child if attending more than one week or with a sibling
Nonmembers: $225 if attending ONE WEEK ONLY

After March 31st
Members: $180 per child if attending more than one week or with a sibling
Members: $195 if attending ONE WEEK ONLY
Nonmembers: $230 per child if attending more than one week or with a sibling
Nonmembers: $245 if attending ONE WEEK ONLY.



Questions and More Information
Please contact the LMC education team at jmbcamp@marinelife.org, or 561-627-8280, ext. 105 with any camp questions you may have.

Summer Camp Hours
Camp hours are Monday - Friday, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Late pick-up (5:00 p.m.) is available for an additional fee.

Want to see a typical day at JMB Summer Camp?
View our daily camp blog from from 2014, click here>>

Counselor in Training (Seasonal Summer Position) – Are you good with kids and have free time in the summer?  Being a CIT (counselor-in-training) is a great way to get service hours, prep for a real counselor position and just have fun!  Junior Marine Biologist summer camp takes place June-August, in one week sessions. CIT positions are from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. M-F with at least a 3 week commitment.  Spend your summer snorkeling, playing games, teaching kids and making friends.  Outgoing personalities are a must! Download Application >>


JMB Summer Camp Schedule

• June 8 – 12  -  Turtle Adventures (ages 6-10)
• June 8 – 12  -  Turtle Adventures (ages 6-10)

• June 15 – 19  -  Explore Florida (ages 6-9)
• June 15 – 19  -  Explore Florida (ages 10-13)

• June 22 – 26  -  Turtle Adventures (ages 6-10)
• June 22 – 26  -  Turtle Adventures (ages 6-10)

• June 29 – July 3  -  Turtle Adventures (ages 6-9)
• June 29 – July 3  -  Turtle Adventures (ages 10-13)

• July 6 – 10  -  Explore Florida (ages 6-10)
• July 6 – 10  -  Explore Florida (ages 6-10)

• July 13 – 17  -  Turtle Adventures (ages 6-9)
• July 13 – 17  -  Turtle Adventures (ages 10-13)

• July 20 – 24  -  Explore Florida (ages 6-10)
• July 20 – 24  -  Explore Florida (ages 6-10)

• July 27 – 31  -  Turtle Adventures (ages 6-10)
• July 27 – 31  -  Turtle Adventures (ages 6-10)

• August 3 – 7  -  Explore Florida (ages 6-9)
• August 3 – 7  -  Explore Florida (ages 10-13)

• August 10 – 14  -  Turtle Adventures (ages 6-10)
• August 10 – 14  -  Field Experiences (ages 14-17)

* 6 year olds MUST be six by the date of attendance and have already attended kindergarten *

Jr. Marine Biologist Summer Camp Sessions

Turtle Adventures
(Ages 6* - 13)
Does your child have a love for sea turtles?  Our Turtle Adventures program allows campers a first-hand look into their conservation and ecology.  Participants will embark on a week-long journey into the world of these magnificent ocean creatures.  They will participate in activities such as hospital visits, nesting simulations, demonstrations by real sea turtle researchers, snorkeling excursions, and more.  The camp will encompass not only sea turtles but also their marine environment as well as conservation measures taken to sustain these beloved reptiles.


Explore Florida (Ages 6* - 13)
Would your child rather spend the afternoon outside inspecting different aspects of the natural world than staying in and playing video games?  Our Explore Florida camp will take your child on a week-long expedition that investigates all aspects of our Floridian paradise.  Participants will explore multiple habitats, learning about the animals that call it home.  Activities include birdwatching, scavenger hunts, fossil digs, dissections (older groups), sea turtle nesting activities, and ooey-gooey experiments to take home.

Field Experiences (Ages 14 - 17)
Got a budding scientist on your hands?  Our Field Experiences camp is designed to prepare high school-aged kids for a future in biology or other related sciences.  Campers will spend their days making observations about the local environments as well as experiencing them first hand.  Activities will include snorkeling excursions, seining for fish, lab experiments, dissections, sea turtle nesting surveys and much more. 


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