When Spring Break comes around each year, not everyone has a great trip planned. If you want your kids to have a something special to do for several days during spring break, a Spring Camp might be the answer. Here are some places in the greater Phoenix area that have a Spring Break program for kids.
Not interested in sending the kids to camp for Spring Break? Here are some other fun activities around town.
All dates, times, prices and offerings are subject to change without notice.
D-backs Baseball Academy spring camps cover comprehensive baseball fundamentals including throwing, receiving, hitting, infield, outfield, base running, pitching and catching. Camps are located in various locations and are geared to ages 6 - 14. Teacher/student ratios are kept low.
At the Arizona Science Center camps you can expect that the kids will be creating something or experimenting with something (and learning something!). Four different camp groups cover ages 5 - 14. Phoenix.
America's Baseball Camps teach the fundamentals and allow players to further develop their individual skills through instruction, drills and game experience. Ages 9-18. McQueen Park in Gilbert, Arizona.
Half days and full days in North/Central Phoenix. Gymnastics, dance, karate, games, sports, fitness fun, snacks. Ages 3 - 12.
A week of fun games, crafts, fun and friends for kindergarten through 8th grade at Inca Elementary, 23601 W. Durango St. On-site activities centered around several forms of media including a field trip to the movies. The program is licensed by the Department of Health Services and accepts DES funding. Registration is accepted at the Dr. Saide Recreation Center, 1003 E. Eason Ave. Monday – Thursday from 9am-7pm. Call for info 623-349-6350.
During the two-week Spring break camp, kids from 5-12 explore the environment through games, activities, experiments, hikes and crafts. General recreation, sports, math, arts and crafts, computer and horsemanship programs are also offered at various Chandler locations.
Campers work on popular song and dance combinations from smash Broadway musicals to the latest Top 40 hits. On the last day of camp, kids make their Off-Broadway Debut for family and friends at the Center. For ages 7 years and up.
Coyote Camp™, a children's activity program, offers the little ones a true Southwestern experience with gold panning, arrowhead hunts, tepee building, and more. Action-packed days of activities for children ages 4 to 12.
Jr. Investigators will learn how to investigate “crime scenes” and apply scientific principles to solve a mystery. Course includes introduction to chromatography; investigation of evidence; DNA analysis; hands-on experiments. Conducted by Arizona Science Center staff. March 18 – 21, 2013 from 9 a.m. to noon for ages 9-12 yrs. Fee: $85 Peoria Residents / $94 Non-Residents. Course #74760. Registration deadline: 3/12/13. Call 623-773-7137. Rio Vista Recreation Center.