Your summer planning—done! Chose from 100s of summer camps in Arizona, correspond with staff, listen to podcasts by Camps from local day camps, and overnight camps from around Arizona and decide on the best.
Arizona is blessed with many beautiful, unique, scenic and historic spots. With two National Parks (Grand Canyon and Petrified Forest) and sixteen National Monuments, Arizona leads the nation, but there are fifty or more areas which are worthy of such recognition. You may want to take a virtual tour of Arizona State Parks and visit the Arizona Department of Tourism. Discover the land of the Hopi and Navajo peoples. Kids can grasp an understanding of the ancient Anasazi or Havasupai people who settled in the desert and traveled down the Colorado River.
Phoenix, located in Maricopa County, is the largest city in Arizona and also the Arizona State Capitol. Other prominent cities in the Phoenix metro area include Mesa (the third largest city in Arizona), Glendale, Peoria, Chandler,Buckeye, Sun City, Sun City West, Fountain Hills, Surprise, Gilbert, El Mirage, Avondale, Tempe, Tolleson and Scottsdale, with a total metropolitan population of just over 4.3 million.
Expose kids to the culture of the past at one of Arizona's many historical sites. Arizona outstanding outdoor landmarks, historical sites steeped in cultures of the past. Take in breathtaking views when you visit Northwest Arizona and the extraordinary Grand Canyon. Oak Creek Canyon provides incredible sights with its colorful rocks and unique formations. Petrified wood was designated the state fossil of Arizona in 1988. It was formed from trees alive in Triassic time, over 200 million years ago. Discover the Petrified National Forest with kids during this summer.
Tucson is the state's second largest city, and is located in Pima County, approximately 110 miles (180 km) southeast of Phoenix. It is home to the University of Arizona. Arizona is served by three public universities: Arizona State University, the University of Arizona, and Northern Arizona University. These schools are governed by the Arizona Board of Regents. The University of Phoenix stadium hosted Super Bowl XLII on February 3, 2008, and Super Bowl XLIX on February 1, 2015. Due to its numerous golf courses, Arizona is home to several stops on the PGA Tour, most notably the Phoenix Open, held at the TPC of Scottsdale, and the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club in Marana.
Auto racing is another sport known in the state. Phoenix International Raceway in Avondale is home to NASCAR race weekends twice a year. Firebird International Raceway near Chandler is home to drag racing and other motorsport events.
The Fiesta Bowl, originally held at Sun Devil Stadium, is now held at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale. The Fiesta Bowl is part of the new College Football Playoff (CFP). University of Phoenix Stadium was also home to the 2007 and 2011 BCS National Championship Games.
Arizona is a recognized center of Native American art, with a number of galleries showcasing historical and contemporary works. The Heard Museum, also located in Phoenix, is a major repository of Native American art. Some of the signature exhibits include a full Navajo hogan, the Mareen Allen Nichols Collection containing 260 pieces of contemporary jewelry, the Barry Goldwater Collection of 437 historic Hopi kachina dolls, and an exhibit on the 19th century boarding school experiences of Native Americans.
With TOTAL of 463 + SUMMER CAMPS profiles available for parents to chise from comprising of more than 152 Academic Camps ,(152) , 87 Adventure Camps (87) , 5 Fine Arts Camps (5), 13 Performing Arts Camps (13), Religious Camps (24), Special Needs Camps (12), Special Programs Camps (6), Sports Camps (228) and 19 Traditional Camps (19).
Out of the 463 + summer camps in AZ , Phoenix hosts more than 90 summer camps.
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