Summer 2020 is here! If you're looking for a phenomenal day camp experience for your child right here in L.A., Aloha Beach Camp is where you'll find it. Choose from three exciting age-appropriate aquatic programs and over 200+ amazing beach and ocean activities for absolutely the most fun your child's ever had at camp!
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Aloha Beach Camp is an L.A summer day camp with over 200 safe, fun and age-appropriate aquatic activities for kids and teens ages 4 to 15.
Aloha Beach Camp is the place to be for L.A. kids in search of the most amazing beach camp experience this summer. Many families are familiar with our popular surf camp program, but surfing's not all we offer -- in fact our L.A. summer camp is so much more than that.
In addition to surfing, Aloha Beach Camp activities run the gamut from boogie boarding, to jet skiing, to beach hikes, to tide pool exploration, to bbq cookouts, to boating, to tubing, and more. And even if you don't have prior experience with the ocean, that's no problem because our counselors will show you how to do everything step-by-step.
Three L.A. Summer Camp Programs for Age-Appropriate Fun
Aloha Beach Camp serves boys, girls, kids, and teens of all ages starting as young as 4 years old all the way up to 15. The various ages are divided into three age-appropriate programs as follows:
1. Keiki Camp
If your child is 4, 5, 6, or 7 years old, they will attend our Keiki Camp program, which takes place at Zuma Beach and Paradise Cove Beach in Malibu.
2. Kahuna Camp
If your child is 8, 9, 10, or 11 years old, they will attend the This program takes place at Zuma Beach, Castaic Lake and many other popular beaches and lakes in L.A.
3. High Action Camp
The oldest kids who attend Aloha Beach Camp -- and by the way, there's LOTS and LOTS of them! -- will enjoy our High Action Camp.
Daily Activity Schedules
The important thing to remember is that no matter which program your child signs up for, they'll get to enjoy a wide variety of beach and ocean activities every day. Check out the daily activity schedules for each of the respective programs so you can see what we do at camp:
Open House Saturday, May 9 at Zuma Beach
Many families find attending an Aloha Beach Camp open house is the best way to learn about our program. Our next open house is Saturday, May 9 at Zuma Beach, Malibu, Lifeguard Tower 7. We hope you'll join us for free refreshments, camp prize giveaways, and an up close and personal demonstration of all the various camp activities we do each summer. This will be a fun day for the whole family, so please be sure to bring your kids, family and all your friends. It's as close to a "real day of camp" you'll find before the real thing starts June 15.
When you sign up for Aloha Beach Camp, bus transportation is included free with your tuition within certain boundaries.
We have dozens of bus stops throughout L.A., so you'll never to drive too far to meet the bus. In general, you will probably find an Aloha Beach Camp bus stop within minutes of your home or office. Here's a tentative pick-up and drop-off schedule for summer camp 2020.
We realize choosing a summer camp isn't easy, especially in a big city like Los Angeles when you have so many programs to choose from. We also realize you may lots of questions before signing up. Please visit our FAQ's for a treasure trove of frequently asked questions and answers about Aloha Beach Camp. At the same time, we are very easy to reach and quick to respond, so be sure to contact us today to ask a question in person. We're looking forward to hearing from you and seeing you at camp this summer!
Registration and Pricing Information
Aloha Beach Camp runs for 10 weeks this summer from Monday through Friday starting June 15 and ending August 21. Camp is closed on weekends. You can sign up for camp day-by-day whenever you want without conforming to predetermined session schedules. The price to attend Aloha Beach Camp starts at $119 per day which includes free transportation. The daily tuition price includes transportation. Here is some additional general registration information and a link to the 2020 summer camp Enrollment Form so you can sign up for camp today.