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Aquatic Center Summer Camps
That's right, kids and parents-let the games begin! Can't
make it to London? come to BSAC's 2012 Olympic Themed
Summer Camp! Weekly themed music, crafts, field trips and activities for ages 3 through 13, and, of course, the sports for which we're so well known!
Camps run weekly from June 11 until August 17.
Register for the camps Mondays through Friday 9 am until 8 pm, Saturdays from 9 am until 5 pm, and Sundays from 1 pm to 5 pm.
Registration forms (found here and at facility's website) can be faxed to 813-681-3028, but the following information must be included:
- Copy of parent's drivers license
- Health Insurance Card and Information
- Detailed Payment info including three digit security code for credit cards
Full Day: 7:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. $130 per week - School Age, $150 per week Age 3-K
Half Day : 7:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. or 1:00 to 6:30 p.m. $70 per week - School Age, $80 Age 3-K
Drop Ins: $30 per day, advance notice required
Lunch, Snacks, and Field Trips available at additional cost.
More About Brandon Sports & Aquatic Center
The Brandon Sports & Aquatic Center has been a staple in the Brandon community for more than four decades. Its 12-acre facility offers a 50-meter competition pool, teaching pool, a 17.5-foot deep diving well, six clay tennis courts, four hard-surface tennis courts, a fitness room, playground, pro shop, cafe and a Tennis Shack of Florida retail store.
The center opened as the Brandon Swin & Tennis Club, but it changed its name to the current Brandon Sports & Aquatic Center to both better reflect its expanded mission and its re-establishment as a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) organization. The center's aim is to enhance the life of the community by providing fitness, character and athletic programs for persons of all ages and abilities. Scholarships for children in need are provided for through gifts from members and from fundraising activities.
In 2010, the center received a $2,500 grant from the Tampa Bay Lightning Foundation, a recognition that center officials hope to build upon. The money was to help fund the center's After School All Stars Academic Enrichment program.