L.A's filled with an amazing variety of summer camp opportunities for kids. The types and programs and activities are endless. While many kids are perfectly happy attending a traditional camp experience where they get to enjoy a diverse set of camp activities such as horseback riding and archery, other kids may have more focused interests. We've highlighted three popular beach-themed summer day camp options in the L.A. area for kids. Click through to their websites for more information, or meet them in person at the upcoming L.A. Summer Camp Fair and Expo in March and April.
Aloha Beach Camp
Established in 1999, Aloha Beach Camp Summer Day Camp is a veritable aquatic playground for kids and teens. This camp bills itself as L.A's most comprehensive aquatic summer camp, and we can see why. The camp takes place at a wide variety of Malibu beaches like Zuma and Paradise Cove, plus day trips to Castaic Lake. Hurricane Harbor and other fun aquatic venues on a rotating basis where campers enjoy surfing lessons, boogie boarding instruction, jet skiing activities and more. Free transportation on buses and vans is provided. The camp also offers a 100% money-back guarantee if you are not completely satisfied. www.alohabeachcamp.com
Sandy Days Kids Camp
Fitness by the Sea
After all, it gets awfully hot in the summertime, so camp at the beach sounds like a pretty inviting idea!
There's a number of beach camp opportunities in L.A. Several will be attending the L.A. Camp Fair at UCLA on Sunday, March 11, including Fitness by the Sea (FBS), among others.
The FBS formula for success blends an experienced and spirited staff (average age 28), with dynamic and creative activities offered in an encouraging, nurturing environment. The camp's emphasis is on personal growth, friendship, and FUN!
Grab your free tickets to the L.A. Camp Fair at UCLA and be sure to stop by the FBS booth to learn more!
Blog posts by Cora Carter of L.A. Summer Camps.com