April 14, 2014

ASU's Sun Devil Fitness now enrolling for summer camp programs

Posted: April 14, 2014
Sun Devil Kids' Camp
Parents can enroll their children in ASU's Sun Devil Kids’ Camp to ensure they stay healthy, active and engaged this summer.
Sun Devil Kids' Camp Swim
The fitness camp offers one-week sessions with different activity themes each week, which include swimming and sports-related games focusing on fitness.

Parents can enroll their children in ASU's Sun Devil Kids’ Camp to ensure they stay healthy, active and engaged this summer. This fun-filled, action-packed sports and activity camp has expanded and will be offered at three ASU locations – Polytechnic, Tempe and West campuses – with sessions from May 27 to Aug. 1 at the Tempe and Polytechnic locations.

The camp has been a tradition at ASU's Tempe campus for more than 20 years, and expanded to the Polytechnic campus last year. This year, for the first time, West Valley residents will also have an opportunity to participate in this fitness summer camp at ASU's West campus from June 2 to Aug. 1.

Families can register their children ages 5-11 for Sun Devil Kids' Camp at each of the ASU Sun Devil Fitness Complex locations listed here: https://fitness.asu.edu/programs/kids-camp

“Sun Devil Kids’ Camp offers young people the opportunity to learn about the importance of physical fitness in a comfortable, supportive and safe environment. Our goal is to provide children an enjoyable and rewarding experience, where they can make new friends and memories that will last a lifetime. Your child’s fun is our mission,” said Tara Yesenski, Sun Devil Kids’ Camp senior program coordinator at the Tempe Sun Devil Fitness Complex.

The fitness camp offers one-week sessions with different activity themes each week, which include swimming and sports-related games focusing on fitness. Full-day sessions run from 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Half-day options will be available at the Polytechnic and Tempe locations.

Participants may also register for additional activities through the Quest Programs, which is offered at select locations for an added fee. Quest Program activities are designed to offer additional outings, such as laser tag, trips to water parks, children’s museums, baseball games and more.

The weekly costs start at $125 for Sun Devil Fitness Complex members, and $145 for non-members.

To register for Sun Devil Kids’ Camp, visit the administration desk at your campus’s Sun Devil Fitness Complex. Spots are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Space is limited.

For more information, visit the Sun Devil Fitness Complex website at https://fitness.asu.edu/programs/kids-camp.

Contacts:

Katy Reno, katy.reno@asu.edu
Sun Devil Fitness Complex Tempe
480-965-8909

Chad Morgan, Chad.Morgan@asu.edu
Sun Devil Fitness Complex West
602-543-8063