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Elevate Summer Camps at Camp Grace

Elevating Leadership, Performance and Adventure


About Elevate Summer Camps

Arizona’s BEST Summer Camps!

Since 1953, Camp Grace has been the premier location for summer youth camps. Last year we teamed up with Project Elevate and AZ on Track to create the most innovative and adventurous FREE camps in Arizona. We use several experiential adventure activities to bring out their innate traits and personality while coaching them to reach their highest potential. 

Day Camp is $255 and includes camp registration, snack, and activities. Camper is responsible for bringing a sack lunch.

Session 1 : May 30 - June 2

Session 2 : June 5-8

Session 3 : June 12-15

Session 4 : June 19-22

Session 5 : June 26-29

Session 6 : July 17-20

Session 7 : July 24-27

Intensive Camp is $325 and includes camp registration, camp t-shirt, meals, and activities. 

Overnight Camp is all-inclusive and is $395 per camper per session.

Session 1 : May 30 - June 1

Session 2 : June 5-7

Session 3 : June 12-14

Session 4 : June 19-21

Session 5 : June 26-28

Session 6 : July 17-19

Session 7 : July 24-26

Day Camp 8AM-1PM for ages 5-12 years old

Intensive Camp  11AM-8PM Day 1, 8:30-8PM Day 2, 9-1PM Day 4 for ages 8-14 years old

Overnight Camp  for ages 8-14 years old

Dance Camp is one session only! $275 + costume fee includes your choice of dance emphasis - swing, ballroom/latin, or ballet! Includes activities, meals, and performance! July 20-22

Native American Weekend Camp is FREE this year! This overnight camp is for Native Americans ages 11-17 years old

Below are the dates with availability:

June 8-10

June 15-17

June 22-24

June 29-July 1


“It turns out that grit predicts performance better than IQ or innate talent. Grit makes our kids productive and successful because it allows them to reach their long-term goals despite life’s inevitable setbacks. This ability to overcome challenges makes them stronger and more masterful at their tasks. Moreover, the ability to cope with difficulty – to be resilient – paves the way for long-term happiness.”

-Christine Carter, “Why I Send my Kids to Camp: It Grows their Grit”



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