We always like to highlight the movers and shakers in the local camp industry, as well as those up and coming summer programs in and around L.A.
To that end, many people are familiar with Aloha Beach Camp's local summer day camp program. But did you know Aloha offers a Hawaii sleepaway camp, too?
About Aloha Beach Camp's Hawaii Summer Program
Aloha Beach Camp's Hawaii sleepaway camp is the real deal. It's for boys and girls ages 6 to 15 who are looking for all the fun an overnight summer camp experience can offer at the most beautiful place for a camp in the world.
Aloha's Hawaii summer camp program takes place at YMCA Camp Erdman, a breathtaking 20-acre facility on the beautiful North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii. The camp is located right on the beach, magnificently situated between the mountains and the sea. The camp offers offers clean cabins, three delicious meals each day, and tons of amazing activities, many of which are unique to Hawaii.
Hawaii Summer Camp Counselors and Staff
Many of the same camp counselors who work at Aloha Beach Camp's day camp program also work at the Hawaii camp. The staff is trained, experienced, caring, and has your child's best interests in mind to make sure this program will be the most fun they've ever had at camp! All Aloha counselors are Red Cross certified in CPR and First Aid, and each is a certified Lifeguard.
Registration, Dates and Prices
Aloha Beach Camp's Hawaii summer program runs for just one week from Monday, July 31 through Saturday, Aug. 5, 2017. The price to attend is $1599 per camper, plus airfare and spending money. The camp offers a payment plan to help make paying easier, but families choosing to pay in full upon enrollment receive a $50 discount.
Some families have asked about any potential requirement to attend both the day camp and overnight camp programs. It's important to note that duel attendance at both camps is not necessary; campers may choose to attend Aloha Beach Camp's day camp, overnight camper, or both. However, there is one caveat.
If you are considering signing up for the Hawaii summer camp, keep in mind that overnight camps generally tend to fill up sooner than day camps. Moreover, Aloha keeps its Hawaii summer camp enrollment intentionally low (they only have room for 30 kids), so its best to sign up sooner rather than later to make sure your child's spot is secure and you can and avoid the waiting list.
Additional registration information for Aloha Beach Camp's Hawaii summer camp is available here.
Blog posts by Cora Carter of L.A. Summer Camps.com