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Mccormicks Waterski And Wakeboard Camp
Seffner, FL  

McCormick's Summer Camp is a fun way for kids to stay active during the summer and to learn a new skill or improve on existing ones. Our camp has a relaxed, fun atmosphere and is open to kids as young as 7 years old. Our professional instructors are experienced in teaching all levels of waterskiing and wakeboarding. Whether your child has never been on a board or ski before or ...

Camp Type:
Day Camp
Sports Camps: Wakeboarding

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Seffner is an unincorporated census-designated place in Hillsborough County, Florida, United States. The population was 5,467 at the 2000 census, although its ZIP codes , which boundaries extend beyond the ones given by the census and include the places of Mango and a portion of Thonotosassa, have a population of around 35,000. According to the Seffner Chamber of Commerce, the exact date of Seffner's founding is unknown. Some historians claim that Seffner's streets were originally laid out in 1862, but not recorded as a plat formally until 1885. Seffner's post office was opened in 1884, once a new railroad line in the area had been planned. The community was in fact named for its first postmaster, F.P. Seffner. That same year, Seffner's first school and store were opened. The main thoroughfare leading north and south was Lenna Avenue and leading east and west was Highway Number 23, renamed Buffalo Avenue because of its erstwhile use as a buffalo trail, and then renamed again in 1989 to its current name, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd . Seffner served as the three primary towns along the South Florida Railroad right-of-way between Tampa and Plant City. These towns owe their existence and prosperity to the railroad, each becoming an important shipping center. According to Ernest Robinson, County Historian, Seffner quickly became a prosperous little place with prosperous people, groves, a hotel...