Fall Break Camps & Workshops

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Last updated Sept 7, 2022


iCode Camp. (Oct. 3-7 & Oct. 10-14). Kids ages 7-14, come join the iCode team this October for some awesome STEM camps! A wide variety of topics for your kids to choose from: Minecraft, YouTube, Drones, and Digital Design. Visit the website or contact them for more information on how to enroll! Get our Fall Schedule here. Camp is held at Rocket SPACE, 3335 E Baseline Rd., Suite A, Gilbert. 480-222-8990, santanvillage@icodeschool.com or icodeschool.com


Arizona Dynamics Fall Break Camps. Chandler, Mesa, Queen Creek and Tucson (Oct. 3-7, 10-14). Camps are held at all three locations for every Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer Break. A fun and safe environment for your athlete to participate in, leaving you worry free! Ages 2-13 (potty trained). azdynamics.com/school-break-camps

Arizona Humane Society. Get up close and personal with pets! AHS offers a whole lineup of animal camps throughout the year for kids and teens ages 5-17 who are interested in learning more about animals and animal careers. Animal camps teach kids how to train and care for animals, be responsible pet guardians, align their choices with their values and make our community a safer and more compassionate place for all animals. Campers will have hands-on learning opportunities with a variety of animals. arizonasunrays.com

Arizona Sunrays. Arizona Sunrays Gymnastics & Dance in Phoenix offers supervised, themed activities for ages 4-13. (Phoenix Oct. 5-7, 28) (Arcadia Oct. 3-7, 10-14). 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Gymnastics, a foam pit, trampolines, bounce house, obstacle courses and organized games. Full Week: $375 | Individual Day: $98. Two locations.

B.E.S.T./Beginners Edge Sports Training. B.E.S.T. hosts Youth Sports Camps Sept. 7-Nov. 12 at its indoor facilities. Accepts potty-trained children up through age 12. Kids learn sports skills including soccer, baseball, softball, basketball, football, volleyball, tennis, golf, track and more while enjoying a bounce house, obstacle courses and playground games. Contact for pricing. 

Childsplay Theatre. (Oct 3-7). Ages 8-13. All Fall Break Academy Classes are taught by professional theatre artists with engaging, participatory, and dynamic drama instruction. For more info or questions contact Brianna Fallon at bfallon@childsplayaz.org or (480) 921-5722. childsplayaz.org

Children’s Museum of Phoenix Fall Break Camp. (Oct. 3-14). Early bird sale through September 18th. Ages 5-8 will have an unforgettable experience exploring the Museum’s imaginative exhibits, participating in hands-on activities, and building lasting friendships. Camp Schedules, Early Care 8 a.m. to 9 a.m., Camp Program 9 a.m to 4 p.m. and After Care 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. childrensmuseumofphoenix.org

City of Chandler Fall Break Camps. (Oct. 3-14). Students, ages 5-13, enjoy activities from art and sports to nature and science for every child in your family. Camp includes flexible options with your choice of all-day, half-day, and specific weeks. Five camp locations. chandleraz.gov

City of Goodyear. Fall Exploration Break Camp. (Oct. 10-14). An introduce to all the GRC has to offer in a safe and supervised environment. The exploration includes sports and gym time, arts and crafts, teen room time and more. Guests are welcome to sign up and enjoy the entire exploration week or just join for their favorite day. Sack lunches are required. Ages 5-13. 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. $20 residents, $25 non-residents. goodyearprograms@goodyearaz.gov

City of Mesa Fall Break Camps. Four camps to choose from. Take and Make Bag: Designed for children 6-12 years of age. Participants will each receive a complete camp kit that will include 10 different activities for you to do at home for just $10. There will be crafts, experiments, and more! Eagles, Jefferson Jungle or Webster Cougar Club Camps: (Oct 4-8) Monday through Friday. 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Ages 6-13. Full day Fall Break Camps. The goal is to keep your kids active, healthy, and engaged this week while following the most current CDC guidelines for safety. This program offers a variety of recreational and educational opportunities including fall themed active games, crafts, board games, special events, virtual field trips, movies and more. Resident: $60. Non-resident: $72. mesaparks.com

City of Scottsdale Fall Break Camps at the Horizon and Mountain View Community Centers. (Oct. 10-14). $150/week per child. Grades 1-6th. Kids can participate in fun and exciting recreational activities including crafts, sports, games and much more. Morning and afternoon snacks will be provided; a daily lunch and drink is required for all participants. scottsdaleaz.gov/parks/horizon-park

City of Tucson Youth Programs. Tucson Parks and Recreation will be offering School’s Out camps at multiple sites throughout Tucson for children ages 5-11, or In-Betweener’s Club for ages 12-14 during school breaks. The program at the William M. Clements Center will run during the Vail School District’s breaks. Camp hours are 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Activities include games, sports, social interaction, dance, art projects, and nutrition-based learning activities.

CodaKid. An online coding camps that has exciting new tracks, including coding, game development and game design. Kids ages 6-15 will work with experienced engineers to make Minecraft mods, Roblox games, mobile game apps, professional quality websites, and more. Contact for pricing hello@codakid.com or codakid.com/camps

Code Ninjas Chandler. (Oct 3 – 7, Oct 10-14). In partnership with Big Air Chandler. Kids ages 7-14 can enjoy learning cool stuff in the STEM camps and enjoy group playtime at Big Air Chandler Park. Limited spots to ensure all kids get the attention they deserve while learning to code and have fun. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. chandleraz@codeninjas.com or codeninjas.com/az-chandler/camps

Creative Color Art Studios with Carrie Curran. This Scottsdale art studio offers a fall break class for ages 6 to 13 from Oct. 10-13. 9am-3pm (extended hours available). Students are inspired to discover their creative process and develop fine art skills using graphite, watercolors, acrylic on canvas, mixed media, and sculpture. A blend of fun, fine art instruction, all in an enriching studio environment!

Fountain Hills Youth Theater offers a Fall After-School Workshops now through October 24th. Ages 8-17. Classes include an introduction to Musical Theater Dance and Musical Theater Showcase for ages 8-15. In the dance workshop, students will learn the foundation steps and put them together in dance routines to songs from popular Broadway shows. In the Musical Theater Showcase workshop, young performers learn to put together acting, singing, and dancing through scenes and songs from popular Broadway Musicals. An introduction to Shakespeare class for ages 11-17. To enroll or for more information call 480-837-9661 x3 or visit fhtaz.org and select the education tab.

Gold Medal Gymnastics. Tons of gymnastics will be taught along with fun activities, games, arts & crafts and more… all surrounded around a fun and adventurous weekly theme. Check for dates and times. Half day and full day options. Locations in Chandler and Tempe.

Makutu’s Island. An exciting indoor “island” with towering trees, climbs, mysterious caves, a “bungee jump”, a zip track, an arcade, a café, a special toddler zone, private party rooms and more. Ages 1-17. Special Fall Break Playing Hours 10am-7pm (Friday till 8 pm). $19.76 kids. Free for one adult per child. Admission price is for all day (not by the hour).

Oro Valley Community Center Fall Break Camps. Swim Play Fun SPF (Oct. 10-14). Games, sports, activities, crafts and more. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ages 6-12. $150/week, $40/day. Before, after and extended care available. Morning and afternoon snacks provided. Lunch $30/week. Nature Camp at Catalina State Park. (Oct. 10-14). Ages 6-12. 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Before, after and extended care available. $90/week. TGA Premier Sports Camp. (Oct. 10-14). A flag football camp. Boys and girls. 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Ages 5-14. $179/week.

Paige Productions Youth Theater. (Oct. 11-13). Featuring a musical by 8-year old playwright, Kellen Bryant! It’s about “Thanksgiving gone wrong…” Ages 5-14. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Registration required: Sept. $150, Oct. $175.  480-375-8058, paigeproductions123@gmail.com or paigeproductionsaz.com

Phoenix Herpetological Sanctuary. (Oct. 3-8, 10-15, Nov. 23-25). Inspired by the summer camp curricula & designed to give budding young herpetologists a chance to learn about reptiles and the Phoenix Herpetological Sanctuary. $75/day full-day camps (ages 9-12), $50/day half-day Advanced Keepers Camp (12-14). Before and after care available.

Playformance Tucson Fall Break Camp. (Oct. 7, 10-14). School age children connect, learn, and play through active and engaging day camp. A variety of physical play and activities designed for children of all temperaments and athletic inclination. Activities include camp games, parkour skills, obstacle courses, gaga ball, basketball, fort building, table and board games, performances, arts and crafts and much much more! Weekly themes guide the play and multiple weeks encouraged.  *:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. $350/week, $70/day.

SPF Parkour Academy. SPK Fall Camp Oct. 3-14. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. A camp full of intensive parkour, ninja, trampoline, boxing camp for kids ages 3-14. $200/half day week, $300/full day week. Extended care $10/hour.

The Tucson Racquet & Fitness Club. Fall Break All Sports Camp. (Oct. 10-14). Tennis, basketball, swim, volleyball and racquetball. Basic instruction, drills and fun competition in all sports are offered on a daily basis. Ages 5-14. 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. $60/day, $215/week. Family discount available.

The University of Arizona Fall Break Camp. (Oct. 10-14). Ages 5-14. Parents can drop off as early as 7:30 a.m. and pick up by 5:30 p.m., at no additional cost. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Enjoy activities like gym games, arts and crafts, swimming and more.  Full Week/Student $225, Member $245, Non-Member $265. Sibling discounts.

Topaz Water Polo has a free youth introduction to water polo clinic. (Oct. 3, 4, 6, 7). The first week of every month (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and/or Friday). 8 to 9:30 p.m. Boys and girls ages 9-18. No experience necessary. Check to confirm dates. topazwaterpolo.teamsnapsites.com

Trusting Connections’ Timeless Play Fall Break 2022 Camp Experiences. (Oct. 10-14). Choose any 4-hour block during 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. for the whole week or a few days. Ages 1-12. $40 a day a child and an additional $35 a day per siblings. Seasonal activities and crafts will be enjoyed throughout the week. Email play@trustingconnections.com or visit timeless-play.com

Xtreme Gymastics. FIT-N-FUN Day Camps promote health and fitness, while having a blast! Each day, children ages 3-12, will enjoy gymnastics, trampoline, group activities, obstacle courses, relay races, the foam pit and much, much more! The Xtreme Gymnastics staff is high energy, USA Gymnastics Safety Certified, with complete background checks. Fall Break Camp runs Oct. 10-14. Schedule/rate flexibility to fit your family’s needs. xtremegymnastics.com/fit-n-fun-camps

YMCA School Breaks & Holidays. Offering camp experiences during out-of-school days and school breaks. Your child will enjoy their out-of-school days with group games, STEM projects and more. We would love to have your child join us for a “day off” they won’t forget. Contact your Y branch for more information.

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