Welcome to Aloha Beach Camp!

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. 2017 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 2017!

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Just Two More Open Houses Before Camp Starts This Year

We had a great Open House last weekend at Zuma Beach. We've got two more planned this year, one in the Valley and one at the beach, on April 30 and May 7 respectively. Admission is free, but we're expecting an large turnout at both events so advance tickets are required. Get your free tickets to either open house today.

Monday, March 13, 2017

Formally Islands Restaurant, our Woodland Hills Calabasas Bus Stop is Now the Boiling Crab

Just wanted to give you this quick FYI about an updated bus stop within our camp transportation program this summer.

For the past 18 years one of our most popular summer camp bus stops has been the Islands Restaurant in the Woodland Hills/Calabasas area. The address is 23397 Mulholland Dr., Woodland Hills, CA 91364 in the El Camino Shopping Center at Valley Circle Blvd and the 101 Freeway.

We are still offering that bus stop this summer, and always will. But one important change to note is Islands is no longer there...the restaurant is now "The Boiling Crab."




You will see this change made in all of our published materials including our camp registration form. So if you live in the Woodland Hills Calabasas area and are looking for the Island bus stop, look for the "The Boiling Crab" instead. It's one and the same!


Saturday, March 4, 2017

Meet us April 23 at the L.A. Camp Fair in Calabasas

Aloha Beach Camp will be at the L.A. Camp Fair on April 23 at AC Stelle Middle School in Calabasas. As soon as we get the floor plan or booth layout we'll post it here so you can stop by our booth to say hello. We are looking forward to meeting you!

Thursday, February 23, 2017

What is Aloha Beach Camp?

We took a crack and an animated video. Not bad if we do say so ourselves (at least for the first go-around). We'll make a few adjustments and improvements, then repost later. For now, enjoy!

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

What Does "First Come, First Served" Really Mean?

We are posting this update because Summer Camp Application deadlines are approaching and we are receiving an extraordinary amount of emails from families who want to sign up for camp.

We do our best to respond to inquiries and process registrations promptly. At present, however, due to the sheer amount of interest in our 2017 summer program, we are averaging 1-2 business days to reply to emails, respond to inquiries, and process Camp Registrations.

As such, we will continue to process inquiries, materials, and Camp Registration Forms in the order they are received. Email is our preferred method of communication this time of year because it allows us to "time-stamp" your inquiry, your camper's Registration Form, and our reply. Faxes to (818) 337-2423 will also be time-stamped.

As you know, Aloha Beach Camp is only a small camp with limited space and we enroll campers on a strict first-come, first-served basis. This means your child's Camp Registration Form will be considered based on the date and time we receive it, NOT the date or time it's processed by our office. That means the families who sign up sooner rather than later stand the best chance of getting in. 

Please feel free to leave a comment here or email us at info@alohabeachcamp.com with any questions and we will get back to you ASAP. You can also text us at (818) 919-0833 for immediate assistance. This line is for texting only. Thank you!