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What ages is Day Camp for?
Camp Lingua accepts campers from ages 5 to 14 in our Day Camps across all locations. We also offer our CIT (Counselor in Training) program specifically crafted for High School students seeking to fulfill community service hours. Interested students must have completed 9th grade by the time of enrollment in Camp.
What should I pack for Day Camp?

Although campers have everything they need to have fun while learning at camp, there are a few items that we recommend parents pack in case of emergencies.

  • Camp Lingua drawstring bag
  • Extra change of clothes: Camp shirt, bottoms, underwear, and socks.
  • Reusable water bottle
  • Sunblock and bug spray
  • Hat (recommended)

For water days (All Locations) or waterfront activities (West Palm Camp only):

  • Swimsuit
  • Towel
  • Water shoes
My camper is attending with a friend, will they be in the same tribe?

We love when campers attend with their friends, as it makes for an even BETTER camp experience!

We are more than happy to accommodate parent requests for friends staying in the same tribe. All you need to do is enter the other camper(s) name when prompted upon registration.

We should mention that since our campers get divided into colored tribes, ages, and programs (either by language or horseback riding) we can only fulfill friend requests when campers are signed up for the same program, and fit the same age groups. Additionally, these requests are also subject to how much room we have left in our tribes at the time of registration.

We highly recommend that friend groups sign up early on to ensure they end up together 🙌

P.S. If you didn’t know, we offer referral discounts for campers who bring their friends with them! 😎

Is Language Camp fully immersive?

Camp Lingua allows its campers to enroll in daily structured language lessons at no additional cost. Teachers lead our language classes, and campers are provided with a workbook or language guide to enhance the language learning process. No matter if your camper is a beginner, intermediate, or advanced student of the language, they are bound to immerse in an environment where the language is practiced; therefore, strengthening their skills and understanding of the language.

What Languages do you offer?

Camp Lingua offers different languages depending on the Camp location:

  • At Broward, we offer Spanish, English, and French.
  • At West Palm, we offer Spanish and English in both our Day and Sleep-Away Camp programs.
What are the hours for Day Camps?

Summer Day Camp Hours: from 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM
~Extended Care Hours: from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM​

Spring, Winter, and School’s Out Day Camp Hours: from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM
~Extended Care Hours: from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM

How do meals work for Day Camps?

Broward Location:
Campers are welcome to bring their meals (lunch and snacks) from home*. However, keep in mind that there are no camper-accessible microwaves or refrigerators on campus. Therefore, campers might want to bring meals that don’t require reheating or cooling.

We also offer the option to cater lunch weekly, Monday through Thursday, for a $50 fee for parents who opt for convenience!
On Fridays, we offer Pizza 🍕 for an extra $5 fee.

At our Camp Store Cantina, we offer a wide selection of snacks and drinks between $1 and $5. Parents may choose to deposit funds into their camper’s accounts for their convenience. Cash sales are only accepted for ice cream purchases. Remember that each camper is responsible for their own cash 😉

West Palm Location:
Lunch and snacks are included for all our campers.

*Please note that we are a NUT-FREE facility. To avoid potential allergens and severe allergic reactions to other campers, please ensure any packed food from home does not contain any nuts!

Do you offer transportation to/from Day Camp?

We currently offer transportation through our own Camp Lingua shuttle vans to and from Summer Camp at the Miami location only. This service comes at no additional cost!

Our shuttle location is:
📍 MAU University Doral at 3801 NW 97th Ave, Doral, FL 33178
~Morning drop-off: starts at 7:45 AM and shuttle leaves at 8:15 AM
~Afternoon pick-up: shuttle arrives around 5:00 PM and pick-up ends at 5:30 PM


What ages is Sleep Away Camp for?

Camp Lingua accepts campers from ages 7 to 16 at our Sleep Away Camp located in West Palm. At this time, we do not offer our CIT program for Sleep Away Camp; however, interested high school students can still apply for the CIT Day Camp program across all Camp Lingua locations.

Do you offer transportation to/from Sleep Away Camp?

For your convenience, we offer transportation to and from our West Palm Sleep Away Camp at no additional cost through our own Camp Lingua shuttle vans.

The pick-up and drop-off locations for Sleep Away Camp shuttles will be at the other Camp Lingua sites:
📍 Camp Lingua Broward at Lingua Ranch – 4700 Dykes Rd Southwest Ranches, FL 33331
📍 Camp Lingua Miami at Hacienda JS – 18290 SW 122nd St Miami, FL 33196

More information on specific dates and times will be announced soon. Check the Sleep Away page for updates.

What should I pack for Sleep Away Camp?

We’re glad you asked!

We recommend packing your camper’s belongings in a 16-gal. Trunk (around 31.25 x 17.62 x 13.88 inches), preferably with wheels and a handle which is easily obtainable from a big box store such as Walmart.

Sleep away trunk


  • Blue jeans/long pants
  • Active Shorts
  • Shirts (camp t-shirts, long sleeves, dry-fit)
  • Socks & undergarments
  • Swimsuit
  • Raincoat
  • Hat/ Cap
  • Pajamas
  • Cowboy/cowgirl Attire for hoe-down night!
  • Tennis shoes (2 pairs)
  • Water shoes
  • Flipflops for showering and cabin use only

Remember to pack enough clothing for the duration of your camper’s stay.


  • Labeled medicines in original packaging
  • Medical wearable bracelets or devices


  • Twin bed sheets
  • Blanket
  • Pillow
  • Sleeping bag
  • Towels (for showering and swimming)

Accessories & More:

  • Reusable water bottle
  • Sunscreen
  • Bug repellent
  • Flashlight with extra batteries
  • Toiletries in shower caddy (toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, deodorant, shampoo, conditioner, etc.)
  • Extra zip-loc plastic bags
  • A book or small board game for downtime
  • A slice of home! Think pictures, stuffed animal, note, or letter, etc.


How do you handle camper allergies?

At Camp Lingua, we are aware that each camper might have unique allergies to watch out for.
As part of our registration process, you will be prompted to provide us with a list of your camper’s allergies and medications, as you fill out the Medical forms.
On the first day of camp, you will bring any medication necessary in the event that your camper has a reaction, such as an epi-pen. Please ensure that any medication is unexpired, and properly labeled with your camper’s full name.

In the unlikely event that your camper has an allergic reaction, camp staff will immediately communicate with the primary emergency contact listed in the registration form.

Additionally, we are a nut-free facility. Camp Lingua-provided meals do not contain nuts, and we advise parents to never pack any meals for their campers containing nuts.

If your camper has other medical conditions, or if you have any concerns, do not hesitate to reach out to us via phone, email, or by submitting a Message form at the bottom of this page.

My camper takes daily medicine, can he or she attend camp?

Of course! All we ask is that parents fill out our Medical forms promptly upon registration.

You will be prompted to enter all the information necessary (such as medication names, frequency, or any other relevant information) to ensure your camper stays on track with their medications without taking away from their camp experience.
Please remember that medications must be brought to camp labeled in their original packaging and checked in by the administrator on campus during the parent orientation.

If your camper has other medical conditions, and you have concerns regarding their camp experience, do not hesitate to reach out to us via phone, email, or by submitting a Message form at the bottom of this page.

What if my camper gets hurt at Camp?

Rest assured that Camp Lingua takes your campers’ safety seriously.
Minor incidents are taken care of by our experienced staff and are immediately reported via email.

In the rare occasion of a more serious injury, parents are immediately contacted via phone call. Depending on the severity, parents may be advised to pick up their camper. In the case that our staff is unable to communicate with the parent, medical experts will be called on-site. We will always put your camper’s safety first.


What is your refund policy?

We understand that plans change, and mishaps happen!

If your camper is unable to attend for any reason, you may have someone substitute for their participation in the program. Call our office at least 30 days prior to the event to transfer your enrollment. A $50 admin fee applies as we onboard a new camper.

If your camper is unable to attend and you don’t wish to transfer their spot, we will convert your enrollment to a non-refundable Camp Lingua Sleepaway voucher which must be used the following year at the latest.

All Camp deposits, registration fees, tuition, services, and merchandise are non-refundable, or exchangeable, for any reason whatsoever including, but not limited to, misbehavior, illness, accidents, emergencies, natural disasters, death, etc. The reason for this policy is that our team works very hard, many months before camp starts to plan and perfect your camper’s summer experience which requires a huge workforce and lots of planning to accomplish. Additionally, we staff our team based on enrollment as we approach the Summer season.

NOTE: In regards to situations beyond our control, such as but not limited to pandemics, and natural disasters, among others:

If Camp Lingua Summer 2023 cannot proceed due to a government mandate or our own decision, we reserve the right to maintain or modify our current cancellation policy accordingly with previous notification to our registered families.

Camp Lingua reserves the right to change the start and/or end dates of the summer 2023 sessions in accordance with the indications of the local authorities in regard to the development of any situation beyond our control.

Do you offer sibling discount?

Absolutely! We offer a 5% discount on Tuition for each related camper.

Keep in mind that tuition does not include the registration fee, lunches, extended care, laundry services, out-of-camp medical care, prescriptions, field trips, or shipping.

Do you offer a payment plan for Summer Camp?

We do!
Our payment plans run from June through March, as we approach the Summer season.

Contact us

Broward Campus

4700 Dykes Rd
Southwest Ranches, FL 33331

West Palm Campus

3686 A Rd
Loxahatchee, FL 33470

Office Hours

Mon – Fri

9:00 am – 6:00 pm


Appointment only



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