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Baseball Sign Ups
Ages: 8 to 14 years old
Summer Lunch Program
July to August
Monday to Friday
Azalea Summer Camp
Enjoy Summer Activities and Field Trips run by City Staff.
Camp also includes free lunch through our Summer Lunch Program.
Space is limited to 20 kids per week.
Time: 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Cost: $40.00 per week per child
Week 1 - July 29th - August 2nd - #61108
Week 2 - August 5th - August 9th - #61109
Week 3 - August 12th - August 16th - #61110
Week 4 - August 19th - August 23rd - #61111
*Fee waiver available for those who meet income guidelines*
Community Yard Sale
Time: 6:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Cost: $10.00 per spot
Yoga Class by David Sonsara
Every Tuesday from 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Ages: 14 and up
Azalea Park Seniors would like to invite senior citizens living in the Azalea Park and City Heights neighborhoods to meet people, be creative, and stay active. For more information, call Azalea Recreation Center at (619) 235-1162 and speak to a staff member.
Visit SDRecConnect (link) to conveniently browse a variety of activities offered by the City of San Diego Park and Recreation Department and Recreation Advisory Groups. It's as easy as One, Two, and Three.
Sign up for an account, find a class or activity, and register!
If you are registering a child for an activity, please do not use the child's information when completing a New Account. Adding family members after successfully creating an account can be completed later.
Please note: An email which includes a confirmation message will be sent after you sign up a new primary account. It is possible the email may go to your junk or spam folder.
The email will include a special first-time activation link. You will not be able to use your new account until you've used this special link!
If you need assistance, please see the Frequently Asked Questions link at the bottom of the SDRecConnect website.
The BookNook program is a "take a book, leave a book" gathering place at your favorite recreation center. Share your favorite literature and stories with others.
History of the Center
The center was built in 1972 and serves the recreational and leisure needs of children and adults living in the densely populated area of Azalea Park in City Heights.
Directions and Bus Route
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From Interstate 805 North take the Home Avenue exit and turn right. Turn left on Fairmount Avenue. Turn left on Poplar Street, which will curve into Violet Street. Remain on Violet until you see the recreation center ahead.
From Interstate 805 South take the Home Avenue exit and turn left. Turn left on Fairmount Avenue. Turn left on Poplar Street, which will curve into Violet Street. Remain on Violet until you see the recreation center ahead.
The center is accessible by bus via SDMTS Routes 13 and 965.