After a long school year filled with books, assignments, and writing papers and taking exams, it's time for kids to trade in their backpacks for beach bags and dive into an exciting summer adventure at Aloha Beach Camp Summer Day Camp!
For kids who love the beach, our beach camp program offers the perfect opportunity for boys and girls ages 4 to 14 to make to develop new aquatic skills, make lots of new friends and soak up the sun in a fun and safe environment. Here's a glimpse of all the fun things kids can expect at Aloha Beach Camp and why it's the ultimate destination for Los Angeles area kids.
Endless Fun in the Sun
At Aloha Beach Camp, the beach becomes the ultimate playground. With miles of sandy shores, all the waves, and warm California sunshine, campers can fully immerse themselves in the beauty and joy of beach life. From building sandcastles to playing beach volleyball or finding gold with metal detectors and learning to surf, every day is an opportunity for endless fun and adventure.
Variety of Activities
Aloha Beach Camp offers an exciting range of activities tailored to suit your child's interest and age group. Whether your child is a budding surfer, a beach sports enthusiast, or an aspiring marine biologist, they'll find their passion at this summer day camp. From surfing lessons and boogie boarding to beach games, beachcombing, and even beachside arts and crafts, there's something for everyone to enjoy.
Professional and Caring Staff
Aloha Beach Camp takes pride in its team of highly trained and experienced staff members who are passionate about creating a safe and nurturing environment for all campers. The staff members are not only skilled in their respective areas of expertise, but they also know how to inspire, motivate, and engage children to help them grow and have the best summer experience possible.
Emphasis on Water Safety
With Zuma Beach, Lifeguard Tower 7 as the camp's backdrop, water safety is a top priority at Aloha Beach Camp. Certified lifeguards and instructors ensure that all campers are well-versed in essential water safety skills. From proper swimming techniques to understanding ocean conditions, children learn how to enjoy the water responsibly and confidently, making their beach adventures even more enjoyable.
Summer camp is not just about the activities; it's also an opportunity for children to form lasting friendships. At Aloha Beach Camp, campers meet like-minded kids from diverse backgrounds who share a love for the beach and outdoor adventures. Through teamwork, collaboration, and shared experiences, children develop social skills, build self-confidence, and create lifelong memories with their newfound friends.
Is Your Child Beach-Ready? Join us this Summer!
Aloha Beach Camp Summer Day Camp offers a unique and exciting experience for kids seeking an exciting summer. From the thrill of riding the waves to discovering the wonders of marine life, every day is filled with adventure, learning, and the joy of being at the beach. With a dedicated staff, a focus on water safety, and a variety of activities, Aloha Beach Camp creates an environment where children can grow, make new friends, and create cherished memories that will last a lifetime. So, get beach ready and dive into an unforgettable summer at Aloha Beach Camp!
Beach safety is an important issue to consider when planning a trip to the beach. Whether you're going for a swim, enjoying the sun, or taking part in water sports, there are a few key things to keep in mind to ensure that you and your loved ones stay safe.
Aloha Beach Camp's summer beach camp programs always take place at Zuma Beach, Lifeguard Tower 7. This tower is staffed with a public lifeguard supervising our campers and staff at all times.
If you're planning on taking part in water sports, such as surfing or boating, it's important to take the appropriate safety precautions. This may include wearing a life jacket or taking a lesson from a trained instructor. These steps can help reduce the risk of accidents and ensure that you enjoy your time at the beach safely.
Finally, it's important to remember that the sun can be dangerous, especially during the hottest times of the day. Be sure to use sunscreen with a high SPF, and reapply it often to protect your skin. Wear a hat and sunglasses to protect your face and eyes, and take breaks in the shade to avoid overheating.
In conclusion, beach safety is an important issue to consider when planning a trip to the beach. By taking the appropriate precautions and being aware of potential dangers, you can ensure that you and your loved ones have a safe and enjoyable time at the beach.
This blog is written and maintained by Eric D. Naftulin, Aloha Beach Camp's owner and Executive Director the the past 20 years.