Dates - May 26th - Aug. 7th
Paradise Valley Christian Preparatory is a beautiful private campus, including a gym, playground, fields, and classrooms. Campers bus to free swim at a private swim club in the afternoon.
Camp Office Number - Registration changes, charges, questions, information 602-786-6789
Paradise Valley Camp Number - Answered by camp staff working on site, during camp hours only 602-432-9932
Enter off of 24th St. from Cactus. Turn left into the parking lot and drop off at the gate to your right as you drive towards the fields.
Every morning and afternoon, we provide a “kiss and go” drop off/pick up. “Kiss and go” is from 8:20-8:30am and 3:30-3:40. Simply pull up and the counselors will ask a few screening questions and take temperatures before your campers get out of the car. We will then welcome them into the camp in the morning! In the afternoon, parents will need to sign out our youngest campers (Diamondbacks). We ask that parents bring their own pen. If you arrive at any other time, please park and call the camp phone. We will bring your camper out to you.
Half day campers will be picked up in the drop off/pick up area at 11:30am.
Monday - Thursday campers will be at the pool from about 12:45 - 2:15pm.
Days of the Week: Monday-Thursday afternoon
Location: Melrose Paradise Recreation Club - A beautiful pool 1 mile away from the camp location. Campers and staff are bused to and from swimming.
Safety: All Camp Hubbard staff on deck are Lifeguard certified.
Swim Test: Hubbard staff administer a swim test. Campers must swim the width (about 20 yards) of the pool independently. Campers who do not pass the swim test will be given a life vest (US Coast Guard approved) that must be worn while swimming.
Scott Hennings joined Camp Hubbard in 2018. He had an immediate impact on the camp curriculum and themes. He brings wonderful experience to our camp environment. Scott was a collegiate wrestler for two years at Lincoln College in central Illinois prior to graduating from Illinois State University in December of 2008. He started his teaching carrier as a special education teacher at Dixon High School in Illinois. In 2014 Scott moved to Arizona to be the physical education teacher at San Carlos Elementary school. In 2016 he became the Physical Education middle school teacher at Kyrene Middle School. He has coached football, wresting, volleyball, track & field, and cross country. He loves being a part of the athletic environment and helping children learn to find a love for being active.