Horizon Park

HRZN Community Center 2022



  • 24-acres
  • Community center
  • Dog park 
  • Four softball fields (lighted)
  • Three basketball courts
  • Two playgrounds
  • Five sand volleyball courts
  • Ten pickleball courts (lighted-LED)
  • Restroom


Summer 2024 Summer Camp

Resident enrollment begins April 22

Non-Resident enrollment begins April 23  

June 3 – July 26

  •  Scottsdale Summer Camps offer dynamic, enriching recreational opportunities for youth of Scottsdale that address the changing lifestyles and needs of families. Our goal is to provide children a safe, comfortable and enriching place to play and engage others during the summer.
  • Endless Summer Excursion Camp (Grades 3rd-7th) will be offered at Mountain View Park July 29 - August 2

General Information

  • Program available for youth in grades 1-8, depending on location.
  • All participants must wear comfortable clothing and closed-toe shoes and bring their own lunch.
  • Youth must be the appropriate age by the first day of each session.
  • All camps are drop-in format and are not licensed child care programs.
  • Limited financial assistance is available to Scottsdale residents.
  • There will be no summer program on June 19, July 4 & 5.


Cocopah links to external site(1st-5th Grade Registration)

Cocopah links to external site(6th-8th Grade Registration)

Desert Canyonlinks to external site (1st-5th Grade Registration)

Desert Canyonlinks to external site (6th-8th Grade Registration)

Mohave links to external site(1st-5th Grade Registration)

Mohave links to external site(6th-8th Grade Registration)

Pima links to external site(Summer Activity Camp)

Mountain View Parklinks to external site (Endless Summer 7/29 - 8/2)

2023-2024 Scottsdale After-School Programs

2023 - 2024 Registration begins at 8 a.m. July 31 for residents, and August 1 at 8 a.m. for everyone else.links to external site

After-School programs run Monday - Friday from school release until 6 p.m., (start times vary due to school schedules). Programs start and end in correlation with the Scottsdale Unified School District calendar, including all regular school breaks.  

Our trained recreation leaders conduct daily activities including:

  • Arts & crafts
  • Sports, fitness & games
  • Educational programs
  • Gardening & nutrition
  • Drama
  • Cookouts
  • Homework help
  • Guest speakers
  • Special events

Who Can Attend

Youth in grades K-6, depending on location. The cost is $650 for the year; $65/ month payment plan is available. Programs are located at the following locations. 

Scottsdale's After-School programs may have limited registration based upon the school your student attends. Please contact Scottsdale Youth Development at 480-312-2329 to locate the closest after-school program location where you can register your child. 

To request an accommodation related to your child’s physical or neuro diversity, please register for your program of interest and contact Adaptive Services at 480-312-2234. After reviewing your request, an accommodation will be considered following an in-person assessment at the Adaptive Services Center. 

Drop-in Policy

During most program days, participants may arrive at any time after the program begins and they may depart at any time without signing in or out. 


Reserve A Field

Please complete a field request form to begin the process. Requests will be addressed in the order they are received. Field requests must be submitted a minimum of three business days in advance of requested use. Forms submitted online will be addressed prior to phone calls received 480-312-7527. The Sports Field Reservation office reserves designated city parks and school fields for youth / adult groups and organizations.

Table Tennis

Horizon Park's Table Tennis is open for "drop-in use" to the public. 

During regular Scottsdale Unified School District school days, Table Tennis will be unavailable Monday-Friday 1:30 p.m. - 6:15 p.m. due to Afterschool Program. Play may resume at 6:15 p.m.

  • Two tables will be available for use (first come, first serve)
  • Playing times: Mon-Fri 9AM-7:45PM. Saturdays 9 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.
  • Due to safety precautions, Horizon Park will not be providing equipment. Players MUST bring their own paddles and balls. 
  • Pickleball

    There are ten pickleball courts at Horizon Park, which are available for drop in public use and are not reservable. They are free to use, and are open from sunrise until 10:30 p.m. daily.

    New to the sport of Pickleball? Consider registering for one of our beginner classes, or hone your skill level through one of our intermediate classes. Parks and Recreation offers a variety of seasonal pickleball instructional classes to fit your needs.

    View Pickleball Courses/Register

    Proper court etiquette and sportsmanship is encouraged. Court use by individuals and groups is limited to standard game format; first side scoring 11 points or leading by at least 2 points wins. This comes with a 30 minute time limit, at which time players should rotate off the court with any waiting players. Mornings are typically the busiest time for pickleball play at Horizon.

    Park Information

    Horizon Park Community Center
    15444 N. 100th St.
    Scottsdale, AZ 85260
    P: 480-312-2650 

    Horizon Park Map (PDF)
    Community Center Floor Plan (PDF)

    Park Hours
    Sunrise - 10:30 p.m.

    Regular Operating Hours

    Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
       Youth Programming    2 p.m. - 6 p.m.
    Saturday 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
    Sunday 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

    Summer Hours (May 26 - Sep. 2)

    Monday - Friday      9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
    Saturday 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    Sunday Closed

    Holiday Hours

    February 19 9am-5pm
    March 31 Closed
    May 27 9am-5pm
    June 19 Closed
    July 4 Closed
    September 2 9am-5pm
    November 28 Closed
    December 24 9am-5pm
    December 25 Closed
    December 31 9am-5pm
    January 1 Closed


    Irrigation Information
    Park Irrigation Usage Graph

    Community Center Classes
    Tot (0-6yrs)
    Youth (5-17yrs)
    Adult (14yrs+)