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Camps come in every variety. There are day camps and overnight camps. There are sports camps, arts camps, technology camps, academic camps and traditional camps. Do you want to sing, dance or act? Ride a horse or paddle a canoe? Maybe this summer is the time to work on mastering a new sports skill, learn to build a robot or launch a rocket, dive in the pool or climb the highest mountain or rock wall. You might cook tasty treats or design forward-thinking fashion.


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City of Tucson Parks and Recreation:

No swim lessons available for 2021


Triple Threat: Ages: 13–18

June 14-25 and July 19-30 ($480 per 2-week session)

Check out for a complete list of weekly summer kids events and activities starting June 2021! 

Language & Literacy Building activities to get your child talking, interacting and interested in word and reading (ages 3-5).

CMT Summer Camps offer fun-filled learning! Campers will enjoy hands-on art projects, experiments, demonstrations and time in the Museum. A variety of science, technology, engineering and art with Museum staff. Half-day camps, mornings only.

Drama Kids musical theater and themed creative drama summer camps run all through June and July. These camps will help inspire confidence, public speaking, and teamwork skills while they develop their acting and theatre abilities.

Camp life is the best life! Girl Scouts has an amazing summer planned for 2021 Covid adapted camps. Camps are offered to all girls ages 5-18. No Girl Scout experience required. We are offering day camp, resident camp and virtual camp!

Come and enjoy your summer at Golf N’ Stuff! Mini Park Pass: $17.50 per person. Includes 1 round of golf, 1 attraction and 12 arcade tokens.

The Humane Amigos Camps will give your child a new perspective on caring for animals, preventing animal cruelty, understanding animal behavior, and more.

Tucson’s FIRST Spanish Immersion Preschool invites you to immerse your child in language learning & multi-cultural experiences all summer long. Full and Partial Spanish enrichment available.

Invent your summer. Camp Innovate, at La Petite Academy®, is a great to discover all the joys of summer.

Keep checking our website for camp programs and dates.

Spend July at The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures! In our week-long, half-day camps, students construct their own miniature creations incorporating STEAM concepts including ecology, biology, engineering, literature, and history.

Weekly camps with four different activities.

Camp Swim Play Fun (SPF): Campers will swim, hit golf and tennis balls, play games and create arts & crafts.

I can Too! Camp at the Community Center:

Get a tracker!

Starting Tuesday, June 1, stop by any library to pick up a reading tracker. Aim for 20 minutes of reading a day. 

Our youth curriculum teaches Science, Technology, Relationships, Engineering, Art, and Math (STREAM). In order to increase opportunity for individualized attention and guidance, we keep the student to teacher ratio low.

experience Tucson the way the early settlers did! Kids will make adobe bricks, tin ornaments and a personal family crest.

This year’s camp includes 4 days of camp at the Zoo and one day of virtual programming. Registration is for all 5 days. 

$145 for the week for zoo members  ($175 for nonmembers) 

Registration required. 

Kids are bound to have fun in Rock Solid Summer Camps! We provide structured games, facilitate cooperative play, and we even let them climb our walls so they don’t climb yours! Perfect for 7–14 year olds.

One Week Sessions:

M-F 8  a.m.-12 p.m.  Ages: 1-5

M-F 1 p.m.-5 p.m. Ages: 6-12

$220 for 1st child, $150 per sibling

Age appropriate day camp with sessions offered in singing, acting and fancy trick rodeo roping. The week will include a culminating performance.

Play around on the potters wheel or hand build. Limited to one family (no more than 4 people).

Draw, paint, sculpt, collage, print and more! Through gallery and studio activities, kids ages 4-13 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

Find your fun with Tucson Parks and Recreation for a safe and educational summertime experience.

KIDCO and summer activity classes available. Signing up is easy at




ucson Racquet Club offers a “Sports Camp” for all ages, abilities and interest.

Our programs engage students in various activities that include arts & crafts, indoor/outdoor games, cooking, Mariachi, dance, homework help, and more! 

ell your kids the awesome news: “Summer Camp at the YMCA is back!” The Y is offering both day camp and resident (overnight) camp options.