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Spring Break Day Camp
Online Registration Underway March 3!

Parks and Recreation launches online registration for spring break day camp on March 3. CLICK HERE FOR ONLINE REGISTRATION

Spring break day camp is offered throughout Brevard County at various community centers from 7am to 6pm, March 23 through March 27. The weekly fee is $90 for the first child and a 10% discount for each additional child in the household if you are not receiving any other discounts. Daily fee is $30.

Please contact your local Brevard County Parks and Recreation Community Center with questions regarding spring break day camp.






Located on Florida's Space Coast, the mission of the Brevard County Parks and Recreation Department is to enhance the quality of life by providing many types and levels of service that reflect the interest and values of citizens and visitors. Read more...
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Administrative Office
2725 Judge Fran Jamieson Way
Bldg B
Viera, Florida 32940
(321) 633-2046

North Area Operations Office
475 North Williams Avenue
Titusville, Florida 32796
(321) 264-5105

Central Area Operations Office
840 Forrest Avenue
Cocoa, Florida 32922
(321) 633-1874

South Area Operations Office
1515 Sarno Road, Building A
Melbourne, Florida 32935
(321) 255-4400

EEL Program Office
91 East Drive
Melbourne, Florida 32904
(321) 255-4466

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