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. 2015 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 2015!

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Friday, May 15, 2015

Open House This Sunday!

Don't forgot to attend our final summer camp open house of 2015, this Sunday, May 17 in West Hills. See you there!

Thursday, April 30, 2015

Final Open House Set for May 17

Don't forget to join us Sunday, May 17 in West Hills for our last open house of the year. If you're interested in Aloha Beach Camp for your kids this year, you won't want to miss this event!

Group Summer Camp Discounts Now Available

One of the most common ways people have been signing up for camp lately is with a group of friends. Accordingly, Aloha Beach Camp now offers group discounts for families who sign up for camp with five friends or more.

In general, each family in your group can expect to save at least $5 per day with their summer camp group discounts. In many cases you can save even more depending on how many days each child attends camp; the more often each campers in your group attends camp, the more money your group can save.

We are happy to provide you with additional details about Aloha's group summer camp discount program. Contact us any time to learn more.

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Summer Beach Camps

Everything You Need to Know About Summer Beach Camps for Kids


Many (if not most) of the kids who attend Aloha Beach Camp's summer  program come from referrals of other happy campers and families.

We always love referrals!

But even though they're often referred to our camp by their friends, most people don't automatically sign up for camp site-unseen. They usually have a some initial questions to help them make sure Aloha Beach Camp is right for them.

We appreciate everyone's questions and always enjoy connecting with you! And the questions we get run the gamut from how long we've been in business to where the camp takes place and more.

In fact, one of the questions we've been getting lately from parents is this: What exactly is a summer beach camp for kids? So we thought we'd take this opportunity to briefly discuss the beach camp concept in comparison to other types of summer camps to help clarify.

In general, a beach camp is just what it sounds like: Summer camp at the beach. In other words, all the camp activities and programming take place on the sand and in the ocean.

Depending on the nature of the activities, kids might go surfing, boogie boarding, jet skiing, and body surfing in the water. They may also play lots of games on the sand like beach soccer, beach volleyball, race sand crabs, or build sand castles.

Perhaps the easiest way to understand this might be to compare it to another kind of camp -- a traditional summer program, for example.

Kids attending traditional camps may take a field trip or two to the beach once in a while, but that's not the primary focus of their program like it is at beach camps. Instead, their focus would be on more traditional camp activities like horseback riding, songs around the campfire, drama lessons, archery courses - things like that. And the camp itself would more likely take place in a rustic setting, perhaps in the woods or a lakefront property somewhere. But not the beach.

And that's pretty much it. When you think of a beach camp, think of an aquatic-themed summer program that takes place right at the beach and you're on the right track.

Friday, April 17, 2015

Summer Camp Counselor Jobs

Aloha Beach Camp is currently hiring summer camp counselors and staff for the 2015 summer camp season. If you love the beach, making money and working with kids, this might be a good opportunity.

If a potential job like this sounds like something you might be interested in, you are welcome to fill out a job application. After that, perhaps we can meet for an interview. Here is more information about the jobs we may have available at camp this summer.