Thank you for visiting Aloha Beach Camp's summer camp blog. Aloha Beach Camp is an aquatic-focused day camp program for kids and teens ages 4 to 14 in Los Angeles, California. 2016 Summer Camp activities include surfing lessons, boogie boarding, ocean swimming lessons, tubing, jet skiing and more at Zuma Beach and Paradise Cove in Malibu, and Castaic Lake in Valencia (just outside L.A.) plus other amazing aquatic venues. Join us for summer camp 2016!

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Friday, May 13, 2016

Another Open House Just Added

We've decided to add another open house! Join us Sunday, June 5 in West Hills for our final open house of the year.

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Grab a Surfboard, There's Room for Everyone!

Sign up for Aloha Beach Camp and learn to surf with us this summer. Grab a board, there's room for everyone!
Six kids standing on a surfboard

Hawaii Summer Camp

Aloha Beach Camp's been around a while, so most people (at least locally here in Los Angeles) know our program is day camp based program.

But others, due to our name, figure our camp must be in Hawaii. Understandable with "Aloha" being the first word!
Kids and teens can join us in Hawaii this summer for a 1-week trip to Oahu in August

So we get calls and emails from time-to-time asking if we're a sleepaway camp in Hawaii. We haven't been...until now!

This summer we're taking a 1-week trip to Hawaii in August. We're visiting the lovely island of Oahu and staying right on the beach in tents and cabins at beautiful Camp Mokuleia. We're gonna have tons of fun, but we only have room for a limited number of kids so if your child wants to join us, here's a little more info. And here's the registration form to reserve your spot today.

Monday, January 25, 2016

Beach Camp in January

You might not be thinking of the beach in the winter, but maybe this happy camper will change your mind:
Teenage boy boogie boarding on an orange boogie board at summer camp

How to Give Your Child a Meaningful Camp Experience

You probably want the same thing every parent wants when finding a summer camp for your kids:

  • Affordability
  • Fantastic counselors
  • Safe and fun activities
But as this recent article in L.A. Parent explains, camp is not just a place for kids to hang out and kill time. They can do that anywhere.

Instead, camp should be a place for kids make the most of their summer, learn more about themselves, and really find meaning in the experience itself.

Now THAT'S what camp's all about!