Come join the fun! Riding lessions by CHA Certified Instructor. Trail rides, grooming and horse care, arts and crafts, and games. All camp staff CPR/First Aid Certified. Plenty of shaded areas to escape the sun.
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Warmer weather and the end of school are just around the corner—it's time to think about summer camps! In fact, now is a great time to start researching and planning so that you can have the best summer ever, with a little help from Bear.
It’s hard to believe that it was just last month when Arizona saw record-setting snowfall. There was snow on the ground in many places around the state that rarely see the chilly white stuff. Maybe you had the chance to build a snowman or throw a snowball at your siblings or friends. Despite the delight many desert dwellers took in the once-in-a-decade winter wonderland, now temperatures are pretty much back to normal and, hard to believe, but summer is just around the corner!
What are your plans for the summer months? How will you occupy your time, keep your mind sharp and keep your cool when the temperatures really start to rise? One way to stay active and engaged is to attend one or more fabulous summer camps!
Do you love horses? Spend your summer on horseback at an all day horse camp!
At La Paloma summer camp your child will participate in any of the following activities: swimming, tae kwan do, movies, bowling, museums and more. Also included are daily snacks and lunch.
Reid Park Zoo offers action-packed summer day camps for kids entering grades 1-8. Games, crafts, animal ambassador encounters, and behind-the-scenes opportunities–make this camp unlike any other.
Find your fun with Tucson Parks and Recreation for a safe and educational summertime experience.
“A” Camp: 25 Summers of Fun take 25% before March 10th! Get ready for 10 weeks of Adventure, Exploration and Fun! Games, swimming, excursions and more for children ages 5-11. Counselor-in-Training (CIT) Program for ages 12 - 15.