Every week offers the chance for your child to participate in many
Summer Camp Fun and Exciting Activities

Daily Activities:


  • Swimming Fun in our luxury pool with with full-time life-guard employed by Camp Director
  • Kiddy Pool fun
  • Professional Tennis Instruction by our caring and informative staff on our 8 Tennis Courts ( 8 clay, 2 hard)
  • Basketball (Fenced in full size court)
  • Huge fenced-in child’s playground with swings and slide
  • Beach Tennis


– in our Newly Renovated fully air conditioned Summer Camp room (over 1200 sq. ft.)

  • NEW this Summer – KARATE
  • Ping-Pong
  • Movies on our 75″ flat screen TV
  • Video Games
  • Arts/Crafts
  • Board Games

Awesome Water-Slide Activities:

Have fun in the water without leaving the community of Sunset Lakes.  As an alternative to our field-trips we will be offering wonderful water slides all safely and independently operated by All Star Events, a company often used and always trusted by the Board of Directors at Sunset Lakes.  Safety is our priority and, in addition to having numerous camp staff assisting the staff of All Star Events, we will be rotating use of the water slide by the age of the campers.


Field Trip Activities:

Field trips are an exciting option for your child.  It’s your choice if your child participates in the field trip.  If you prefer, your child can stay at our Summer Camp and enjoy the facilities and activities on offer there.

Movie Theater at Regal Westfork Stadium 13.

Address: 15977 W. Pines Blvd., Pembroke Pines FL 33027


Transportation for field trips.

All Summer Camp transportation provided by A Plus School Bus Inc.  This company is APPROVED TO OPERATE ROUTES, FIELD TRIPS, AND ACTIVITY TRIPS FOR MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS. They also serve charter and private schools in Broward and West Palm Beach Counties. Fore more information please visit: www.aplusbus.com.

Information about the bus drivers as provided by A Plus School Bus.

Our School bus drivers are the most highly trained, tested and scrutinized drivers on the road. Regulation at the federal level requires that all school bus drivers must obtain a Commercial Drivers License (CDL). An applicant for a CDL must be at least 18 years old (21 to drive outside the licensing state) and must pass written and skills tests and obtain a School Bus Endorsement. Most states require drug and alcohol testing before and during employment, physical examinations and FBI-criminal and driver-history background checks. Once they have their licenses, school bus drivers are carefully monitored by the school district and/or company that manages school bus fleets. Drivers can be disqualified from driving a bus for as few as two traffic violations. School bus drivers also receive continuing education and training on topics such as behavior management of students, vehicle inspection and first aid. (Source: National School Transportation Association)