Summer Camp 2019

Summer Camp

City of Sunny Isles Beach Summer Camps 2019

During summer vacation, the city offers several camp options for children ranging in age from 5 to 15 years old. See the Summer Camp Brochure for a complete listing of all programs the Sunny Isles Beach Summer Camp program has to offer.

Various camps are in session Monday, June 10 – Friday, August 16, 2019. All of our camp programs are listed below. Detailed dates, fees, and schedules can be found in the brochure.

View Summer Camp Brochure

View Summer Camp Parent Guide


Registration Dates & Times
Residents……….begins Saturday, March 16, 2019
Non-Residents….begins Saturday, March 30, 2019

Registration is available online or in-person at Pelican Community Park, 18115 North Bay Road or the Sunny Isles Beach Government Center, 18070 Collins Avenue.

NEW! Online Registration

Program and activity registration is now available online at If you have already participated in a CCS program, have a valid City-issued SIB Resident ID Card or a PCP membership, you are already in our system. On, navigate to the “Sign In” page and then click “Reset Password.” Input your household’s primary email address we have on file to reset your password. You can also call the PCP Front Desk at 305.792.1706 to verify your account and receive login credentials.

Online Registration

Registration Policies

Residency requirements: In order to ensure that priority is given to verified residents for space and discounted pricing, the City implements strict guidelines for proof-of-residency. Residents must have a valid City-issued SIB Resident ID Card in order to register during the priority period and to receive the discounted rates.

Registration Fee for camp is a one-time, non-refundable fee ($35 for residents, $55 for non-residents). This fee includes one t-shirt, participants insurance, and administrative processing fees. The registration form, the non-refundable registration fee, a copy of child’s birth certificate, and a 50% (1/2) deposit of camp fees are required for camp enrollment.

The balance of camp fees will be due by June 2. See Payment and Refund Policies for details below.

All camps have limited space available. Once a camp is full, a waiting list will be started for that camp.

Financial assistance is NOT available for any of our programs.

Payment, Refund, Cancellation Policies

Registration fee for any camp is a one-time, non-refundable fee ($35 for residents, $55 for non-residents). Only one registration fee is applied for the summer, regardless of how many different camps you register for.

Payments will be due in two parts: 1/2 at the time of registration, and the final 1/2 due by June 2. There are no grace periods on payments. If payment is not received by the due date, your reservation will be lost, and your deposit will NOT be refunded.

NEW: Camp balances can now be paid online at You will receive login credentials during the time or registration and will be able to pay the summer camp balance online.

Refunds or transfers of camp fees (minus CANCELLATION/TRANSFER FEE) can be made by submitting a Refund/Transfer Request Form (in writing) with at least 14 days notice to the Cultural & Community Services office. A CANCELLATION/TRANSFER FEE of $20 per week will be applied for ANY and ALL summer camp cancellations and/or transfers. Please understand that there is extensive administrative work involved in processing changes in your child’s enrollment, and allocating a replacement.

Any returned checks must be settled at the office with cash or money order and will be assessed a $30 “returned check” fee. This must be settled immediately or may result in your child’s removal from the program.

Refund/Transfer Request Form

Discount Policy

Full Payment Discount: If you register your child for camp before June 2 and choose to pay the full amount due at the time of registration, you will receive a discount off your total camp fees (10% discount for residents, 5% discount for non-residents).
*Please note that a sibling discount is not available.

Field Trip Policy

As we have established staff to camper ratios for each of our Summer Camps, we cannot accommodate campers who do not attend (or miss) a field trip. Therefore, if your child is not going to attend the field trip, they must stay home and cannot come to camp.

All camps, excluding specialty camps and baseball, go on a variety of fun field trips during the summer. Dates, times and locations vary depending on the camp and/or session. In previous summers, SIB camps have gone to Zoo Miami, Frost Museum of Science, Planet Air, iFly, Xtreme Action Park, Marlins Park, SkyZone, and Lion Country Safari, just to name a few! Signed permission slips and additional waivers (varied by location) are required.

To view all Summer Camp field trips, read the Summer Camp Parent Guide.

Waitlist Policy

Once any camp becomes full, a waitlist will be started for that week. Anyone interested in having their name placed on the waitlist must fill out a waitlist form. Interested participants will have the following priority on the waitlist:

  • 1st Priority: Enrolled Participants (Children who are already enrolled in another week of the camp)
  • 2nd Priority: Residents
  • 3rd Priority: Non-Residents


The City of Sunny Isles Beach offers a variety of camp options for children ranging in age from 5 to 15 years old, including General Day Camps, Specialty Day Camps and Sports Day Camps.

General Day Camps

Camp SIB is divided into four separate age groups in order to provide age-appropriate activities and field trips. When not on field trips, campers are doing a variety of activities, including sports, games, arts & crafts, and more.

Days: Monday – Friday
Program Hours: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Location: Pelican Community Park (18115 North Bay Road)
Registration Fee:
$35 (residents)
$55 (non-residents)

Specialty Day Camps

Specialized day camps geared towards exploring a specialized skill, such as art, musical theater or coding.

Sports Day Camps

These are day camps focused on a particular sport. Although participants do not need to have prior experience in the sport, they should be prepared to spend the majority of each camp day (more than 75%) learning the skills of that sport. For outdoor sports, this means spending the majority of each camp day outdoors. All camps are co-ed and participants must wear closed-toe sneakers.

Days: Monday – Friday
Program Hours: 8 am – 6 pm
Location: Pelican Community Park, 18115 North Bay Road (unless otherwise noted)
Registration Fee: $35 (residents), $55 (non-residents)
Camp Fee: $130/week (residents), $195/week (non-residents)
*Fee includes 1 field trip (usually on Friday) with 1 lunch, except for Basketball Session I and Soccer Session II, which include 2 field trips and 2 lunches.

Camp Hours & Late Pick-Up Policy

Please take note of the specific camp hours for the camps your child is enrolled. Camp hours (with the exception of Junior Lifeguard Camp) are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. You will not be permitted to drop off your child earlier than the camp start time (9:30 a.m. for Junior Lifeguard Camp). Drop-off and pick-up for ALL CAMPS is at Pelican Community Park, with the exception of Junior Lifeguard Camp, which is at Samson Oceanfront Park. If you do not pick up your child by the end of camp (3:30 p.m. for Junior Lifeguard), you will be charged late fees and you MUST pay this at the time you pick up your child.

Late fees are as follows:

  • 15 minutes late: $10
  • 16 – 30 minutes late: $20
  • More than 30 minutes late: $20 + $1/minute for every minute thereafter

Please understand it is imperative that you pick up your child(ren) on time, as our staff has other responsibilities and tasks that need to be completed and cannot when they are needed to supervise your child(ren).

Drop-Off & Pick-Up

182 Drive will be closed for vehicular traffic (excluding during drop-off/pick-up times) until 5:30 p.m. In order to provide the quickest and most efficient method to drop off and pick up your child from camp, curbside drop-off and pick-up will only be available on 182 Drive this summer. From 8:30 – 9:15 a.m. and from 4:15 – 5:30 p.m., City staff will direct cars onto 182 Drive from Atlantic Blvd. Cars will then pull into the parking spots (along Pelican Community Park), where a staff member will process the sign in/out. Photo identification is required in order for a child to be released from camp. In addition, campers will only be released to persons listed on the child’s Pick-Up Authorization List. All additions/subtractions to this list must be made in writing and submitted to the main office at PCP.

Campers are not allowed to sign back into camp after being signed out by an authorized individual. Only campers eight or older are eligible to ride a bike or walk to or from camp on their own due to age requirements. Our office must have written notice from the parent/legal guardian granting permission for the child to sign themselves out.