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Sun Devil Kids' Camp makes fitness fun

May 10, 2013

The Sun Devil Fitness Complex on Arizona State University’s Polytechnic and Tempe campuses will offer Sun Devil Kids’ Camp, an annual action-packed sports and activity camp, designed to engage children aged 5-11 (Tempe), 5-13 (Polytechnic) and keep them active, healthy and entertained throughout the summer.

Sun Devil Kids’ Camp consists of 10 one-week sessions beginning May 28 and continuing through Aug. 2. Each session runs Monday through Friday, from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Children are welcome to attend as many sessions as they want. Activities offered suit all needs, interests and fitness levels. 

“Our 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,” said Tara Yesenski, Sun Devil Kids’ Camp program coordinator senior.

The cost is $145 per week per camper for the general public. The cost is $125 per week for Sun Devil Fitness Complex members. Additional savings are available for sessions one and six. A healthy mid-morning and afternoon snack will be provided.

In addition to the activities provided through Sun Devil Kids' Camp, Tempe participants can also enjoy supplementary adventures through the Quest Programs which is designed to add extra excitement to a child’s week at camp. 

Registration is now open and will continue until each session begins. Visit to download the registration application for the Tempe program. The Polytechnic program registration application form is available at

To register for Sun Devil Kids’ Camp, please visit the admin desk at the Tempe or Polytechnic Sun Devil Fitness Complex. Space is limited. Spots are filled on a first-come, first-served basis.

For more information, visit the Sun Devil Fitness Complex website at:

Katy Reno,