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. 2018 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 2018!

Transportation

Aloha Beach Camp takes place at L.A's best beaches, lakes and water parks, but you don't need to drive your child to camp yourself. Kids come to camp from all over because daily transportation is available from many areas of Los Angeles. In most cases you won't need to drive too far from your home or office to meet the bus.

Here are some of the most frequently asked questions and answers about our camp transportation program:

What are the pickup and drop off boundaries?

The general pickup and drop off area is bounded by
  • Northridge and Porter Ranch to the North
  • The Santa Monica (10) Freeway to the South
  • Studio City/Burbank to the East
  • Calabasas/Agoura to the West
If you live in Malibu, Brentwood, Westwood, Cheviot Hills, Hancock Park or the Pacific Palisades, we've got pickup and drop points there, too.

If you live outside the normal transportation boundaries, don't let this stop you from applying for camp because we still may be able to accommodate you.

Where are the bus stops?

There is a spot on the camp application form where you can see the various bus stop options and choose the one that suits you best. You can also view this chart for a detailed list indicated all the bus stops we offer. (The chart will be available to view here on March 1.)

What time does the bus pickup and drop off?

Your morning pickup time would be approximately 8:00 am and 9:30 am, and your afternoon drop-off between 4:00 pm and 6:00 pm. You will receive a detailed transportation packet with pickup, drop-off, and meeting point times before your child starts camp.

Who drives the bus?

Our camp buses are chartered from Tumbleweed Transportation, a popular school bus company in Los Angeles with safe and professional drivers. Our counselors typically also ride the buses with the kids for maximum supervision and safety.

Do the buses have seat belts?

Yes. All Aloha Beach Camp vehicles have seat belts, which are required to be worn by all passengers at all times.

We have more questions -- what should we do?

Please visit our transportation page on the main Aloha Beach Camp website for more details or call us at (818) 932-4600 so we can answer your summer camp transportation questions today.