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The warmer weather is just around the corner and it's time to start thinking about securing your spot at camp. Whether your kiddo is an athlete, a crafter, a nature nut, a chef, or a little bit of each, we have the lowdown on cannot miss fun. Morning, afternoon and full day sessions are available at the Environmental Education Center, Chandler Community Center, Snedigar Recreation Center and Tumbleweed Recreation Center. Check out our camp locations for summer themed curriculum: 

Flexible options include your choice of all day, half day and specific weeks. Request for Accomodation

Summer Registration Opens May 5 for Residents and May 11 for Non-Residents.

Chandler Community Center

125 E. Commonwealth Ave.
Camp Coordinator: Trevor Groth, 480-782-2730
Parent Guide - Coming Soon
Parent Informational Meeting – May 23 at 6 p.m. at the Chandler Community Center 

Make summer the best one yet at the Chandler Community Center. With sessions designed for the brainy, the brawny, the adventurous and the dramatic alike, there’s fun for everyone. Each week is designed to entice kids with their favorite activities, engage them in weekly challenges and themes, and entertain them with new buddies, dedicated staff and silly surprises scattered throughout summer.


Environmental Education Center – Nature Camps
4050 E. Chandler Heights Rd.
Camp Coordinator:  Dexter Belling, 480-782-2895
Parent Guide - Coming Soon

Are your animal instincts telling you it’s time to boost the fun factor this summer? Journey into the wild with Nature Camp and experience an exciting summer of adventures. Campers will explore the world of nature through games, hikes, experiments and crafts. Each week builds a new respect and affection for nature.  


Snedigar Recreation Center
4500 S. Basha Rd.
Camp Coordinator:  Teofilo Ruiz, 480-782-2641
Parent Guide - Coming Soon

Team up with Snedigar Recreation Center and introduce your kiddo to sports and fitness. Young athletes will learn the fundamentals of team sports including basketball, lacrosse, soccer and football. This high-energy, non-competitive camp offers players of all abilities the opportunity to build confidence and inspire sportsmanship.


Tumbleweed Recreation Center - Youth 
745 E. Germann Rd.
Camp Coordinator:  Susan Richardson, 480-782-2912
Parent Guide
Parent Informational Meeting – May 14 at 6 p.m. at the Tumbleweed Recreation Center 
Lunchkins Meal Program

A medley of summer fun is to be had at Tumbleweed Recreation Center, with a wide range of activities intended to teach kids creativity and collaboration. With sessions designed for the brainy, the brawny, the adventurous and the dramatic alike, there’s fun for everyone. Each week is designed to entice kids with their favorite activities, engage them in weekly challenges and themes, and entertain them with new buddies, dedicated staff and silly surprises scattered throughout summer.


Tumbleweed Recreation Center - Club TRC
745 E. Germann Rd.
Camp Coordinator:  Susan Richardson, 480-782-2912
Parent Guide
Parent Informational Meeting – May 14 at 6 p.m. at the Tumbleweed Recreation Center
Lunchkins Meal Program

We get it. Tweens don't want to hang out with the little guys all day! That’s exactly why you should check out Club TRC Camp Tumbleweed Recreation Center created for kids 10-13 years. Helping to eliminate “brain drain,” Club TRC Campers enjoy a fun-filled summer of sports and fitness activities, arts and crafts, music and more. 


Camp Challenge
June 4-29

Sanborn Elementary School
700 N Superstition Blvd. Chandler, AZ 85225

Parent Guide

Camp Challenge offers a jam-packed month to soak up the City's summer scene. From indoor and outdoor activities, to special field trips and epic explorations there is fun for youth and young adults, ages 5-21 with developmental disabilities.

Leader In Training (L.I.T.)  Program - Teens Only
Coordinator:  Trevor Groth, 480-782-2730
Summer L.I.T Application - Application Deadline:  April 27

Turn summer downtime into leadership opportunities. Teens can develop invaluable skills that will help them in high school, college and beyond by participating in Chandler’s Leaders in Training (L.I.T.) program. The L.I.T. program educates and prepares teens for the professional world and shows them how service positively impacts the community. Young adu