Camp Flastacowo, Tallahassee’s only ACA-accredited summer day camp, is located at the Rez Lakefront Park, Campus Recreation’s 73-acre waterfront facility located on beautiful Lake Bradford.
Our day camp is open to youth ages 8-14. Campers participate in activities that include water safety, sailing, canoeing, kayaking, arts and crafts, swimming, challenge courses, team building, climbing wall and outdoor education.
*Advanced camp is no longer being offered.
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SUMMER DAY CAMP
Hosted at the FSU Rez Lakefront Park on beautiful Lake Bradford, our summer day camp is open to youth ages 8-14.
Campers will participate in activities that include water safety, sailing, canoeing, kayaking, arts and crafts, swimming, challenge courses, team building, climbing wall and outdoor education.
Eight weeklong sessions will be offered this summer, running June 5 through August 7, with a break the week of July 3. Each session is held Monday through Friday from 8:30 am until 4:00 pm. Campers can be dropped off as early as 7:30 am with camper pick-up extending to 5:45 pm each day.
Activities for campers at Day Camp include many of the following (and more!):
- Climbing Wall
- Field Games
- Challenge Course
- Outdoor Education
Campers must have reached their 8th birthday prior to the first day of camp session and must not have reached their 15th birthday by the first day of the camp session; proof of birthdate is required for placement into appropriate group. Campers do not need to have prior experience in the following activities but must be physically able to participate: paddling, rock, climbing and hiking.
Upon registration, you’ll need to download the Parental Informed Consent Form, which will be provided during the registration process. The consent document can now be digitally signed and emailed to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your payment without the additional documentation is considered incomplete. The Informed Consent Form may only be signed by the camper’s parent or legal guardian.
Summer 2023 Rate: $280 per camper per session.
Price increases to $305 beginning the first day of camp, June 5, so register early!
Save $10 when you register an additional camper (that resides in the same family household throughout the year) for the same session as another family camper.
Save 10% when you register for 3 or more sessions at the same time!
A $50 non-refundable deposit is required to reserve each session. Note a $25 administrative fee will apply to change sessions. The remaining balance must be paid no later than the Thursday prior to the start of your camp session.
Refunds, less the deposit amount, will be given only for medical reasons documented by a physician. Documentation must be submitted to email@example.com by August 4.
We accept credit card payment (via online registration) or checks made payable to the Florida State University with your child’s name and session dates in the memo section.
Camp Flastacowo is operated by staff members of FSU’s Campus Recreation department. All personnel are trained in CPR for the Professional Rescuer, First Aid, and emergency procedures. Each staff member has completed an intensive 40-hour camp training and has passed a background check. Certified lifeguards and other support staff supervise all waterfront activities.
Questions? Contact us at the FSU Rez Lakefront Park at 850-644-6892.
Please refer to the Camp Flastacowo Parents Guide for additional information.
Week 1: June 5 – June 9
Week 2: June 12 – June 16
Week 3: June 19 – June 23
Week 4: June 26 – June 30
Week 5: July 10 – July 14
Week 6: July 17 – July 21
Week 7: July 24 – July 28
Week 8: July 31 – August 4
About Camp Flastacowo
Camp Flastacowo is located on Lake Bradford in Tallahassee, Florida. We create a space and program for youth aged 8-14 to gain experience and respect for the outdoors and others. Camp Flastacowo seeks to create a space where youth of different ages, abilities and beliefs can come together in the outdoors.
These ideals are built through experiences, including: kayaking, sailing, canoeing, challenge courses, arts and crafts, and outdoor education. Through these experiences, youth build self-confidence, awareness and acceptance of others, and spark a life-long participation and enjoyment of the outdoors.