What does Aloha Beach Camp look like when completely set-up for camp during the summer? Lifeguard boats patrol the beach and supervise swimmers from the water. Camp counselor lifeguards stand with backs toward the ocean forming a boundry kids swimming, surfing and boogie board can't pass. (Boogie boardings, swimming and surfing take place in respective designated areas.) Additional counselor/lifeguards stand on the wet sand supervising campers in the ocean. Large orange cones and colored canopies designate Aloha Beach Camp's campsite on the sand where campers play games and congregate with counselors and other kids. Additional safety and supervision is provided by a single L.A. County lifeguard in Tower 7, at least five additional lifeguards in Zuma Beach Lifeguard Headquarters building, and several law enforcement officers at from the L.A. County Sherrif's station. Restrooms and snack bar are positioned just steps from our campsite. Campers never visit the restroom without a counselor.
This blog is written and maintained by Eric D. Naftulin, Aloha Beach Camp's owner and Executive Director the the past 20 years.