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Two happy female Kahuna Campers, both 11 years old, tubing at Aloha Beach Camp's Castaic Lake activity program location. The girls are riding (laying on) a blue and yellow tube while wearing green rash guards and blue and yellow life jackets. The girls are laughing and smiling as they glide across the lake on the tube.

3 Age-Appropriate Programs ... 100's of Amazing Activities!

Our Keiki, Kahuna, and High Action Camp Progams Offer Epic Camp Experiences Kids Will Never Forget

From surfing to sand castles and bug hunts to beach hikes, Aloha
Beach Camp offers
three age-appropriate summer beach camp
programs
plus 200 safe and fun aquatic day camp activities
under the Aloha name.

No prior beach or ocean experience is necessary at any of our
programs because our counselors will be right beside you every
step of the way showing you how to do every activity from the
ground up at your most comfortable pace.

This page of our website details all three programs so you can
determine the right one for you.

1. Keiki Camp for boys and girls preschool through age 7

The first beach day camp just for younger kids, Aloha Beach Camp's Keiki Camp is designed to meet the unique
needs of younger children, many of whom are experiencing the beach and ocean environment for the first time.
The goal of this program is to help younger campers feel safe and comfortable in the ocean.
At Keiki Camp, boys and girls ages ages 4, 5, 6 and 7 enjoy surfing lessons, boogie boarding instruction, group
sand games and many more aquatic and Hawaii-themed beach activities.
Keiki Camp takes place at Zuma Beach and Paradise Cove in Malibu
on a rotating basis.

Free
transportation is provided at a meeting point near your home or
office so you don't need to drive your child to camp yourself. View
the
Keiki Camp daily activity schedule or learn more about Aloha
Beach Camp's
Keiki Camp program here.
Two happy Keiki Campers, one 5 year old girl and a 6 year old boy, swim and boogie board together in the ocean as their Camp Counselor, Jeremy Polon, looks on.
Aloha Beach Camp's Keiki Camp program takes
place at Paradise Cove on Mondays, Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Fridays and Zuma Beach on
Wednesdays when the Keiki kids go surfing.
More about Keiki Camp

2. Kahuna Camp for Kids and "Tweens" Ages 8 to 11

Kahuna Camp is for kids and "tweens" who are too old for Keiki Camp, but not quite ready for our High Action
program (see below). Kahuna Camp takes place at Zuma Beach, Paradise Cove, Castaic Lake and
other beach sites
on a rotating basis. As with all our programs, you can pick and choose any days of camp you want. Whatever
schedule that works for your family is the schedule that works best for
us.
Surfing, jet skiing, boogie boarding and wakeboarding are just some of the
Kahuna Camp activities offered. Daily transportation is available from your
area.  

Even if you've never done these kinds of activities before, don't worry! :)
Many, if not most, of the other kids at camp are new to this stuff, too. We'll
teach you how to do it every step of the way! :)
Happy 11-year old Kahuna camp girl surfs the calm ocean waves as her camp counselor Claire Hay, guides the back of her surfboard while providing expert instruction, while another Kahuna Camper (a 10 year old boy) boogie boards in front of them. The boy is wearing a blue swimshirt rashguard emblazoned with the Aloha Beach Camp logo.
Learning to surf and boogie board at Zuma Beach
are Aloha Beach Camp staples! You'll be standing up
on your surfboard and riding the waves all the way to
the shore in no time. You will probably even stand
up on your surfboard the very first time you try! :)

3. High Action Camp for Older Kids and Teenagers Ages 12 to 15

Designed exclusively for older kids ages 12 to 15, High Action Camp takes place at a different beach, lake or water
park each day. Camp locations include Zuma Beach, Castaic Lake and other aquatic venues. he High Action
activities are the same you'll find at
Kahuna Camp, but presented at a somewhat faster pace making this program
the thrill of a lifetime for older campers!
Most of the kids who attend our High Action Camp tell us they've grown
tired of other local summer camps where the kids are too young and the
activities are too boring, so they switched to Aloha Beach Camp for a
more exciting camp experience and to meet and hang out with lots of
other kids their age.
As with all of our programs, we understand campers may have limited
experience participating in the kinds of aquatic activities we offer. That's
absolutely fine, and part of the fun! You don't need ANY experience
whatsoever to enjoy everything Aloha has to offer. Our
counselors will
show you how to do all the activities at whatever pace that's comfortable
for you.
Three High Action Campers, two girls and one boy, laughing and smiling while enjoing Aloha Beach Camp's wakeboarding and innertubing activities at Castaic Lake.
High Action and Kahuna campers visit Castaic
Lake every Wednesay for boating, tubing, jet
skiing, wakeboarding and related water
activities all summer.

What Does a Typical Day at Camp Look Like?

Curious how a typical camp day works? It's all based on a time schedule which provides campers with a safe,
structured environment combined with the freedom to pick, choose, and participate in the activities that appeal to
them the most. Summer 2018's daily activity schedules for the Keiki, Kahuna, and High Action Camps are currently
being finalized and will be posted in January. Meanwhile, here is a general schedule of what takes place during a
typical camp day.
Time
Keiki Camp
Kahuna Camp
High Action Camp
8:45 AM
Campers are picked-up by bus
Counselors ride the buses too!
Campers are picked-up by bus
Counselors ride the buses too!
Campers are picked-up by bus
Counselors ride the buses too!
9:15 AM -
9:30 AM
Buses arrive at camp
Sunscreen application
Buses arrive at camp
Sunscreen application
Buses arrive at camp
Sunscreen application
9:30 AM -
10:00 AM
Supervised beach play
(Sandcastle building, sports &
games, Capture the Flag, Beach
Volleyball, etc.)
Supervised beach play
(Sandcastle building, sports & games,
Capture the Flag, Beach Volleyball, etc.)
Supervised beach play
(Sandcastle building, sports &
games, Capture the Flag, Beach
Volleyball, etc.)
10:00 AM -
10:20 AM
Introduce New Campers & Staff
Beach/Lake/Ocean Safety Assembly
Meet the Lifeguards
Campers receive T-shirts, Rash
Guards
Introduce New Campers & Staff
Beach/Lake/Ocean Safety Assembly
Meet the Lifeguards
Campers receive T-shirts, Rash Guards
Introduce New Campers & Staff
Beach/Lake/Ocean Safety Assembly
Meet the Lifeguards
Campers receive T-shirts, Rash
Guards
10:20 AM -
10:30 AM
Camper swim evaluations
(Not a test! Just an assessment! :)
Camper swim evaluations
(NOT a test! Just an assessment! :)
Camper swim evaluations
(Not a test! Just an assessment! :)
10:30 AM -
11:30 AM
Ocean swimming
Beach games
Boogie Boarding
Surfing Lessons
If Beach Day:
Ocean swimming
Beach games
Boogie Boarding
Surfing Lessons

If Lake Day:
Boating and Tubing
If Beach Day:
Ocean swimming
Beach games
Boogie Boarding
Surfing Lessons

If Lake Day:
Jet Skiing
11:30 AM -
12:15 PM
Sunscreen Application
Lunch
Sunscreen Application
Lunch
Sunscreen Application
Lunch
12:15 PM -
1:00 PM
Story time
Beach Games,
Arts & Crafts
Activities on the Sand
If Beach Day:
Ocean Swimming
Boogie Boarding
Arts & crafts
Group Sand Games

If Lake Day:
Free play at park
Group Games
Arts & crafts
Aloha Tattoos
If Beach Day:
Ocean Swimming
Boogie Boarding
Arts & crafts
Group Sand Games

If Lake Day:
Free play at park
Group Games
Arts & crafts
Aloha Tattoos
1:00 PM -
2:30 PM
Sunscreen Application
Beach Games
Arts & Crafts
Ocean Swimming
Boogie Boarding
Body Surfing
If Beach Day:
Ocean Swimming
Boogie Boarding
Arts & crafts
Group Sand Games

If Lake Day:
Jet Skiing
If Beach Day:
Ocean Swimming
Boogie Boarding
Arts & crafts
Group Sand Games

If Lake Day:
Boating and Tubing
2:30 PM -
3:00 PM
Change clothes
Sunscreen application
Afternoon snack
Pack to go home
Change clothes
Sunscreen application
Afternoon snack
Pack to go home
Change clothes
Sunscreen application
Afternoon snack
Pack to go home
3:00 PM
Board buses to go home
Depart camp to go home
Board buses to go home
Depart camp to go home
Board buses to go home
Depart camp to go home

Special Days and Events

On certain days from time-to-time we made add additional special events campers at all three programs including:

  • Pizza party
  • Ocean Kayaking
  • Ocean Carnival
  • Hurricane Harbor Water Park
  • Farewell Cruise
  • End of summer party
  • Pier fishing
  • Overnight Camp outs
  • More
When any special activity activities or especial events are
planned, we'll always inform you beforehand in case you want to
add them to your schedule if you're not already registered those
particular days.
Two High Action camper girls, each 13 years old, standing on the Santa Monica Pier smiling while proudling showing off the small fish they caught at Aloha Beach Camp's fishing derby activity day.
From time-to-time we have special days and events at
camp from boogie boarding derbies to sandcastle building
contests to pizza parties, fishing derbies and more. Fun!! :)

Free Transportation

Kids from all over Los Angeles and the local valleys (and even
further) attend Aloha Beach Camp each year. Our
free
transportation service
makes getting to camp easy, safe, and fun.
When you sign up for camp, you're automatically entered into our
transportation system for free pick-up and drop-off all summer, and
you can even choose the meeting point you that's most convenient
for you. Camp counselors ride the bus with the kids and keep them
supervised, entertained playing games and singing songs.  Leave
the driving to us!
Summer camp bus clipart. Bus is filled with dozens of happy campers and their bus driver and camp counselors heading off for a fun-filled day of exciting activities at Aloha Beach Camp's 2018 summer camp program

March 18 Open House

We hope the above descriptions of Aloha's summer camp programs are helpful. If
you have any questions, our
FAQ's are a great place to start. But the best way to
learn more is to come to an
Open House.

Our first Open House of the 2018 summer camp season is Sunday, March 18 at
Zuma Beach, Malibu, Lifeguard Tower 6 where camp takes place during the
summer. You can meet our
staff, play games, win free prizes and see how camp
operates on a day-to-day basis.

If we schedule additional Open House dates, we'll surely let you know.
Meanwhile, camp's already filling up, so don't wait!
Join us March 18 to see what
all the fun's about!
Cartoon/graphic of Aloha Beach Camp's upcoming Summer Camp Open House.
Join us Sunday, March 18 at Zuma
Beach for our first
Open House of
the year. Enjoy free food, win
prizes, get free surfing lessons (on
the sand) and meet our staff and
other camp families, too!

Registration Information

(818) 932-4600
Male and female campers, 9 years old and 10 years old, respectively, boogie boarding together at Zuma Beach. The boy is rding a blue boogie board and the girl is riding a green one. The two kids are looking into each other's eyes while smiling  and laughing and their facial expressions are showing pure happiness and fun!



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Action Camp) on your child's
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See you this summer!