Aloha Beach Camp is a Los Angeles Summer Camp
Tired of the same old L.A. summer camps? Just wait till you see THIS!
Learn to surf, boogie board, swim in the ocean and more at Aloha Beach Camp
Summer Day Camp. Consistently recognized as one of the top summer camps for
kids in Los Angeles, we're also L.A.'s most comprehensive aquatic sports day
camp with over 200 safe and fun beach camp activities like surfing, boogie
boarding, jet skiing, wakeboarding, ocean swimming lessons, group sand games,
ocean ecology, beach safety programs and more.
Top it off with unreal giveaways and surprises from Billabong, our sponsor,
including special appearances from Billabong surfing pros and you get the most
complete summer beach camp experience anywhere in L.A.
Haven't done activities like these before? No problem. Everything's instructional
and our camp counselors will be with you every step of the way offering helpful
tips and instruction. You'll be riding the waves in no-time flat from the ocean to
You can sign up for camp day-by-day whenever you want, with no preset sessions
to conform to. That means you can create your own camp schedule by sending
your kids to camp any time you want. Whatever works best your family is just
fine with us!
Not only that, free transportation is included from multiple L.A. pick-up and drop-off points, plus you get a 100%
money-back guarantee in case you're not completely satisfied.
Aloha Beach Camp is also fully accredited by the American Camp Association and all of our counselors are
lifeguards, with camper-to-ratios as low as 3 to 1. (That means it's super safe, Mom!)
Few things are more fun than going to camp at the beach, and our FAQ and About Us pages will provide you with
more information about our summer programs for kids in detail. Meanwhile, here's an additional overview of what
Aloha Beach Camp Offers Three Age-Appropriate Summer Programs at L.A.'s Best Beaches, Lakes, and Water Parks. After Trying Various Other L.A. Summer Camps, Many Kids Gravitate Here.
1. Keiki Camp for Boys and Girls Age 4 through 7
Keiki Campers get their very own private beachfront campsite where they swim
and play in clean water and gentle surf at beautiful Zuma Beach and Paradise
Cove, Malibu. Your child will do all this and more at our Keiki Day Camp program,
the first summer beach camp program just for younger children 4 to 7 years old.
Have a look at the Keiki Camp's daily activity schedule to see what your child will
do at camp. Keiki Camp summer camp activities are an absolute blast!
2. Kahuna Camp Program for Kids and Tweens Ages 8 to 11
Kahuna Camp is for kids and teens in that middle age group who are too old for
Keiki Camp, but not quite ready for our High Action program (see blow). Kahuna
campers take day trips to all the same lakes and beaches High Action kids do --
and they participate in the same activities, too -- but in a slower-paced, more
age-appropriate camp environment. Camp activities include boogie boarding and
surfing at Zuma Beach, tubing and jet skiing at Castaic Lake, ocean kayaking at
Channel Islands Harbor, and many more summer beach camp activities
throughout the Los Angeles area.
3. High Action Summer Camp for Kids and Teens 12 to 15
Our High Action Camp is for older kids and teens who love the beach and have
outgrown the typical day camp scene, but who still need worthwhile summer
camp programs, activities, and adult supervision during the summer and want to
hang out with other kids their age. Camp activities include boogie boarding and
surfing at Zuma Beach, tubing and jet skiing at Castaic Lake, ocean kayaking and
many more safe and fun beach camp activities for older kids and teens.
Where is Aloha Beach Camp Located?
Unlike other summer camps in Los Angeles, which take may place on school yard settings, indoor classrooms, or
large dusty fields, we take day trips to L.A.'s best beaches, lakes and water parks where campers enjoy various
aquatic activities on a rotating basis. So the short answer is, there's no traditional campsite like you'd find at
other camps -- instead, the beautiful southern California coastline is our campsite.
While every year's a little different, some of our beach camp activity sites you can always count on are Zuma,
Paradise Cove, and Castaic Lake. This hand-drawn map shows all the amazing places we go, or have gone, over
the years. The Keiki Camp daily activity schedule, Kahuna Camp daily activity schedule, and High Action Camp
daily activity schedules indicate, respectively, all the different activities we're doing this summer and where we're
doing them, depending on your child's age group and the program you choose.
We know summer camp safety is a big concern for you, just
like it is to us. You can learn all about Aloha Beach Camp's
safety program - including our 100% safety record over 19
years - in detail here.
Aloha Beach Camp provides free transportation with many convenient
pick-up and drop-off points throughout L.A. So even if you live some
distance from the beach, your child can go to camp anyway and you
can leave the driving to us. No matter how far away from camp you
live, we make sure the bus ride's enjoyable for you camper. In fact,
we consider taking the bus an important part of the camp day, as
this is where relationships are formed and friendships are made
among campers and staff.
The buses are driven by professional school bus drivers, and all the buses
have seat belts. Our counselors ride the buses too. If you decide to sign up for camp,
you will see a designated spot on your child's Enrollment Form where you can choose
your desired meeting point spot. Typically, you won't need to drive very far from where you live
to meet the bus. Learn more about transportation.
Open House at Zuma Beach, Malibu, Lifeguard Tower 7
There's many ways to learn more about Aloha Beach Camp's summer programs
for kids, but the best way is by coming to our next Open House. The Open
House happens right on Zuma Beach at Lifeguard Tower 7 in Malibu where
camp takes place during the summer. Our counselors, directors and staff will
be there to answer your questions and show you around. And you'll get a
really good idea of how Aloha works before camp even starts in June. Make
your plans to be with us!
Want More Info Now? Ready to Sign Up for Camp?
You can get more information about Aloha Beach Camp's summer programs for kids by viewing our FAQ's page,
requesting a free brochure, calling us at (818) 932-4600, visiting our blog or Facebook page, or emailing us at
Ready to sign up for camp? Here's a link to our summer camp Enrollment Form. As soon as we get your form, we'll
contact you with a confirmation and you'll be set. We hope to see you soon at Aloha Beach Camp, the summer
camp in Los Angeles that's too much fun!