PAL staff go above and beyond to give you and your child(ren) a unique and exciting summer camp experience. This is the only camp in the area where Tampa Police officers and volunteers make learning about safety and teamwork enjoyable through a variety of planned interactive activities, fun field trips and celebrity guest speakers. Parents will feel comfortable knowing that their children are spending the summer in a kid-friendly environment surrounded by positive coaches and mentors who are passionate about keeping kids on the right track.
Sign up for Summer 2017! Registration opens on Monday, April 3, 2017 at 10:30 a.m.
- Summer care is supervised by a combination of Tampa Police officers and licensed child care providers.
- There is a processing fee of $30.00 per family. The cost is $1,200.00 for the entire summer but if you pay all upfront the cost is only $1,000.00.
- The Police Athletic League provides summer care for Children ages 5-15 year old, note 5-year-olds must have completed kindergarten.
- Cost includes; field trips, t-shirts, lunches, afternoon snacks and a 10 ½ hour day five days a week for 9 1/2 weeks.
- Camp starts May 31, 2017 Ends August 4, 2017.
- PAL’s hours of operation during the summer are Monday- Friday 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
- The children are placed into groups based on their age and all activities are designed for that particular age group.
Complete and return forms below to PAL, located at 1924 West Diana Street.
2016 Summer Camp Recap
“A Summer to Remember!”
Although the summer has come to an end the memories of this summer’s events will most certainly last us throughout the year. This summer was one to put in the record books! Over 225 children ages 6 to 15 attended the action-packed 10-week program. They were all kept quite busy with a variety of activities ranging from arts and crafts projects to field trips at various exciting destinations: Ray’s Baseball games, ZooVille, Xtreme Fun Center, Gator Fred’s, and more!
The Tampa Police officers on our staff taught educational and awareness classes such as “Stranger Danger”, “911 Safety” and “Internet Safety”. The kids not only learned about making good choices and how to stay safe, but they also received an opportunity to interact and develop friendships with the officers who keep them safe. Both parents and children feel a great sense of protection knowing that we are staffed with some of Tampa’s finest.