Kids Activities in Superstition, Tempe


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  • Kiwanis Park Batting Range
    Saunter up to Kiwanis Park Batting Range and use the 20 tokens toward a variety of machines and cages, designed for baseballers of all skill levels. Ten lighted cages and eight cages that contain dual pitching machines provide multifaceted ball-whacking delight. Many machines can heave stitched spheres at speeds ranging from 30?75 m.p.h from 45 feet. Six slow pitch softball machines check larger targets, while a T-ball area is available for youngsters unable to face the wrath of the regular cages. Bats and helmets are available for use, and the only age requirement is that batters be able to hold and swing a bat without assistance (click here for the full list of rules). In between bat-based bashes, swing by the general concession area to snag some refueling soda, candy, or other energy titillating snack.
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    6005 South All American Way
    Tempe, AZ US
  • Arizona Summer Camps
    "I'm bored!" is probably the most common phrase uttered by children out of school for the summer. Even inundated with an abundance of toys, games, and technology, kids still want more. Instead of getting them yet another magical centaur, parents can keep their offspring occupied with one of Arizona Summer Camps's diversions. The camp teams up with a variety of local businesses to present a diverse array of summer camps to engage the minds and bodies of youths. The quality of instruction is top-notch, and the student-to-teacher ratios are kept low. Kids can expand their horizons with science-driven experimentation in fields such as robotics or computer gaming, or break a sweat and a few boards in one of several martial-arts camps. Gymnastics camps bolster coordination and strength in wee ones.
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    5301 South McClintock Drive
    Tempe, AZ US
  • Tempe Kiwanis Park Wave Pool
    Inner tubes bob up and down while visitors joyfully cavort through the 3-foot waves cresting and crashing at Kiwanis Wave Pool. Though body surfers and relaxed free-floaters alike enjoy the artificial undulations, still others are slung into the depths by a 15-foot-tall, 127-foot-long double-spiral water slide, which was originally conceived by kindhearted pirates as a more humane alternative to walking the plank.
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    6111 S All America Way
    Tempe, AZ US
  • Lee’s ATA Martial Arts
    The very first ATA Martial Arts opened in 1987, its 25 years of existence encapsulating the training of multiple generations of martial artists. Students trained, grew, had children of their own, and enrolled their kids at the same martial arts school they enjoyed as youths. The program of classes grew and evolved as well, starting with a foundation in taekwondo and growing to incorporate other styles and mixed martial arts training. The teachers now tone bodies using renowned MMA fighter Matt Hughes? personal cage fitness regimen.
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    825 E Guadalupe Rd
    Tempe, AZ US
  • Smart Shopper Card
    The Smart Shopper Card sparks local adventures and facilitates fundraising with gift cards full of discounted and free activities, meals, and retail opportunities. Specialties include passes to relaxing salon and spa services, and entry to child-friendly activities such as laser tag arenas, roller rinks, and trampoline parks. Like a baseball card carelessly left in a time machine, these gift cards can yield more than 10 times their selling price, and through Smart Shopper Card's fundraising programs, this raw retail power can be harnessed for the good of society.
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    725 East Guadalupe Road
    Tempe, AZ US
  • Boys & Girls Clubs of the East Valley
    A safe space. That's what the Boys & Girls Clubs of the East Valley give to more than 43,000 kids each year. But along with keeping kids out of harm's way after school lets out, the Boys & Girls Clubs enrich children's lives though their programs. Kids get creative in arts classes, learn social interaction and fitness skills in sports programs, and prepare for the future with technology courses that ensure they won't buy stock in companies that only produce floppy discs. But the Boys & Girls Clubs impact kids beyond afterschool care. In addition to the East Valley clubs having the first Arizona club to serve a Native American community, the clubs' Ladmo branch has Mona Dixon, who was named National Youth of the Year for the Boys & Girls Clubs of America in 2010. Her path of success, encouraged by the Boys & Girls Clubs, led her from a girl homeless and worried about her family's survival to a young woman with a full ride to college and named one of the Top 28 Most Influential Black Women in America by Essence magazine.
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    1405 E Guadalupe Rd
    Tempe, AZ US

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