Camp safety is a top concern among parents when choosing a camp for their kids. And that's just how it should be!
We're parents ourselves, and even though our kids are past the age of going to camp, we did send them to camp every summer as they were growing up and always make sure whichever camp they attended had strict and airtight safety measures in place. We know you expect the same and here at Aloha Beach Camp, we are committed to delivering it.
We have been running Aloha Beach Camp since 1999 (that's 21 years!) and have a 100% safety record during that time. When we say "100% safety record," we mean nothing more than a minor scrape or bruise a kid would get anywhere.
For example, one time a girl scraped her knee on the sand and there have been occasional bee stings here and there over the years. That's about it, though.
We realize when choosing a summer camp, you need to consider where the camp takes place as much as anything else. Sometimes the camp's location contributes to the level of risk involved. To this extent, parents often think summer camp at the beach might be less safe than more traditional camps. You'll be glad to know that most of the risks you can think of are generally more perceived than actual. With the proper safety measures in place, beach camp can be just a safe as any other program.
This blog is written and maintained by Eric D. Naftulin, Aloha Beach Camp's owner and Executive Director the the past 20 years.