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Summer Camp Registration
2022 Summer Camp Forms
2022 Summer Camp Registration open NOW!
2022 SUMMER CAMP DATES
July 4th-8th: Limited Availability
July 11th-15th: Wait List Only
July 18th-22nd: Wait List Only
2022 Summer Camp Registration open now!
2022 SUMMER CAMP DATES
Frequently asked questions
The most commonly asked questions about Pigeon Key Summer Camps.
How do I register my camper?
Please note: A valid camp registration will include the Registration Packet (at least first page) and required deposit. Camper registration is not valid until I have both.
Fill out the Registration Packet and include your required deposit. Please send me a photo of your stamped envelope or check before you put it in the mail so I know it is on the way.
Address: Attn: Summer Camp, PO Box 500130, Marathon, FL 33050
A second option is to email me your campers Registration Packet & to pay the deposit over the phone with our Gift Shop at 305-743-5999. This transaction does include a 5% surcharge. I must have your Registration Packet before you call in to pay in order to confirm your campers spot.
Gift Shop Drop Off!
Bring your form of payment and Registration packet to 2010 Overseas Highway, Marathon, FL 33050. The shop is open 7-days a week from 9:30am-4pm.
Where can I download the Forms?
Download the registeration packet HERE.
What is the cost of camp for the week?
Day Camp Pricing:
5 Days of Fun in the Sun
Required Registration Deposit: $150.00
Overnight Camp Pricing:
5 Days/4 Nights of Fun in the Sun
Required Registration Deposit: $300.00
How fast does camp fill up?
a. Typically, our Overnight Camp fills up faster than our Day Camp sessions. Since our transportation to the island is via ferry boat, we can only accommodate a certain number of campers for each week.
b. We urge you to register sooner rather than later to secure your camper’s spot once registration is open.
What COVID-19 protocols will be in place this summer?
a. We will be following local, state and CDC guidelines when it comes to your camper’s safety this year. All programs and activities will be held outside.
b. We were able to run five successful weeks of summer camp in 2020 & 2021 with the use of temperature checks, smaller group sizes, staggered pickup/drop-off times, handwashing stations and social distancing.
c. Summer camp staff are trained on the prevention and recognition of signs of COVID-19 in others, as well as precautionary, safety, and disinfecting procedures.