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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!

Backyard Explorers: A Virtual Summer Camp

(with hands-on desert kit!)

Check out for a complete list of weekly free in-store summer kids events and activities starting June 2020! 

Imaginations will soar this summer in the all-new Camp Invention® program, Elevate!

CS Summer Squad is a weekly activity-based program offered by CFSD Community Schools.

Indoor summer baseball and softball camps for boys and girls of all skill levels.

Kids will enjoy a great week of instruction,

exercise, competition, fun and games while

improving their overall ability and health.

Summer Camp at Creative Juice will be happening, but will be changing to adhere to the CDC Guidelines.

Sessions for boys and girls directed by UA Head Coach David Rubio.
MINI CAMP: MAY 26–28. AGES: 7–13. First time player or beginner. Cost: $180.
Intermediate/Advanced camp: July 7–9. Commuters $300 • Residents $425.

Drama Kids camps are perfect for new actors wanting to discover their dramatic side, as well as for those actors wishing to continue to develop their theater, public speaking and musical theater skills while building confidence.



The Dog Days in the Desert Summer Camp is designed to give children a new perspective on caring for pets, animal cruelty prevention, animal welfare, animal behavior and personal responsibility.

Your child will enjoy being with curious, creative and motivated students while learning language and culture. Language immersion programs in Spanish, French, German and Chinese.

Dream it, build it, wreck it, repeat in our LEGO-inspired engineering camps! Campers learn about Science, Technology, Engineering and Math while playing with LEGO.

Campers will take a trip back in time and experience Tucson the way the early settlers did! Kids will make adobe bricks, tin ornaments and a personal family crest.

Check with us for re-opening date, still to be determined. Summer Fun Passes will be available at that time. Looking forward to seeing you soon!


Give your kids a life-changing summer experience! Since 1948, YMCA Triangle Y Ranch Camp has inspired kids with countless opportunities to laugh, lead and make lasting friendships.

Day Camp: June 15–19  9 a.m.–4:00 p.m.

Want to shine? Sing, dance, and act at the Shine! Performing Arts Camp from the Tucson Girls Chorus!

Draw, paint, sculpt, collage, print and more! Children ages 5–13 will discover culture and art from around the world and create original works of art. Daily 8:30–3, with aftercare available until 5 p.m. 


Tucson Racquet Club offers a “Sports Camp” for all ages, abilities and interests. Camp hours: 9 a.m.–2 p.m.

(Extended hours are available: PreCamp begins 7:30 a.m./AfterCamp ends 5:30 p.m.) 

Soccer Camp (ages 8–14)