Celebrating 10 Years of Summer Camp Fun at Markham Park

About Us

Camp Chameleon provides kids with an opportunity to play, have fun and just be kids! We encourage enjoyment of the outdoors and teach children an appreciation for nature. Physical activity is emphasized with a variety of non-competitive sports and games. We provide a festive atmosphere that encourages participation in creative art and science projects, music, dance, and lots of special events! Campers enjoy field trips 5 days a week! Field trips to local pools and aquatic parks are combined with other favorites such as bowling, movies, arcades, roller skating, painting and ceramics, indoor gyms, to name a few!


Summer Camp 2018 Program


June 11, 2018 – August 3, 2018
M-F 8:45 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Extended hours 7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

You can register for sessions or chose individual weeks.
Select the specific weeks you would like on our online registration form!

Camp fees will be prorated for the selected weeks and charged accordingly.

We are happy to accommodate payments by the week,
please call 954-815-9054 to make arrangements.

June 11 – June 29

Week 1: June 11 - June 15
Week 2: June 18 - June 22
Week 3: June 25 - June 29
July 2 – July 20 (No camp 7/4)

Week 4: July 2 - July 6 (No camp 7/4)
Week 5: July 9 - July 13
Week 6: July 16 - July 20
July 23 – August 3

Week 7: July 23 - July 27
Week 8: July 30 - August 3

See pricing information on our Dates and Rates page.
Flexible, weekly schedules also available! Select specific weeks on our online registration form!

Programs & Activities

Young Chameleons

  • An exciting camp program for boys and girls entering grades K-5.
  • Small, age appropriate groups with low camper to counselor ratios.
  • Campers have fun swimming, playing sports, discovering nature and the arts, and going on field trips 5 days a week!

Chameleon Teen Camp

  • A program designed for middle school boys and girls entering grades 6 – 8.
  • Camp itinerary designed with teen interests in mind.
  • Teen campers play and travel to local field trips with their own age group 5 days a week!.

Counselors in Training (CIT’S)

  • For boys and girls entering grades 9-10.
  • Must be responsible, playful, and love young children!
  • Able to use creative and leadership skills by assisting counselors and Camp Director with special event planning and coordination.
  • Ability to earn community service hours needed for high school graduation.

Nature lovers will enjoy…
Exploring the local parks with hikes, fishing, animal and plant studies, naturalist guided tours, Everglades airboat rides, science experiments and more.


Creative types will love…
Arts and crafts including drawing and painting, ceramics, cooking, drama, dance, cheerleading, music, & camp talent shows!

Athletes will enjoy…
Non-competitive athletics including conditioning, stretching, volleyball, basketball, soccer, flag football, tennis, track & field and racquetball. Good old fashioned games like wiffle ball, kickball, dodgeball, boxball, gaga ball, food eating contests, group games, and Color War round out the fun!


Aquatic lovers will enjoy…
Our active water based itinerary including swimming at local pools, water playgrounds, slip and slide, water balloon fights and wacky water games!


Field trip fanatics will love…
Visiting local attractions 5 days a week! Popular activities include arcades, movies, ice skating, roller skating, bowling, ceramics, museums, miniature golf, indoor gymnasiums and laser tag!