Summer Surf Camps

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If you have plans to go to the beach this summer and learn to surf, here’s a few local surf camps that will get you started. We will highlight a couple a week from now until Summer officially begins so stay tuned.


JP’s Surf Camp – www.jpssurfcamp.com
JP’s Surf camp, founded in 2001, is a camp where surfing is taken place in a safe, well-staffed, instructional environment. Wonderful friendships are created amongst surfers in appreciating and respecting our oceans. All instructors are CPR and first aid certified. Located in beautiful San Clemente, California, JP’s Surf Camp offers children through adult the opportunity to learn how to surf or better their surfing ability in a small group environment. JP’s Surf Camp maintains a 3 to 1 instructor to student ratio and a 4 to 1 ratio for Fall classes. Small group instruction provides students with more individual attention and a safer environment to which to learn surfing.


Newport Surf Camp – www.newportsurfcamp.com
Whether or not your children have ever surfed, this camp will provide hands on instruction for the most basic beginner to the hottest grom on the block. The main focus of the camp is to instruct the campers to have a fun and safe time while at the beach surfing. Newport Surf Camp paddles out at 28th Street in Newport Beach, CA. Parking for the camp is located in the lot just north of the pier.


Aloha Surfing School – www.alohasurfingschool.com
Aloha Surfing School’s teaching model has been designed to benefit the beginner and the advanced surfer alike. We base all of our camp activities around surfing, athleticism, team participation, and personal development. Students ages six and older can begin the magical journey to learning to surf. Aloha Surfing School has three locations in the Palm Beach County Florida area (The Jupiter Surf Camp; The Lake Worth Surf Camp; Aloha Watersports Camp).


Aloha Beach Camp – www.alohabeachcamp.net
Aloha Beach Camp is located in the beautiful seaside community of San Clemente, California. This 13th annual summer program is designed for boys and girls of all levels. Each camper receives a certificate and a goody bag with items from our sponsors. We also provide shade, snacks, O’Neill spring wetsuits, rash guards and juice daily. Choose from morning or afternoon camp times, or send your child to both for a full day of beach fun.


Club Ed – www.club-ed.com
Santa Cruz, CA is the best place to learn to surf on the planet, with the most consistent waves and widest variety of surf breaks in the Northern Hemisphere. Our Team of Master Surfing Instructors would love to help you live your dream to surf! We’re dedicated to teaching surfing in the most fun, successful and safest environment available. We have a broad range of exciting surfing programs from the first-time daily lessons for individuals or groups, to Surf Camps that give all levels of surfers a chance to camp out above the beach for a week and immerse themselves in the surfing lifestyle.


HB Surf School – www.hbsurfschool.com
Huntington Beach Surf School excels in coaching experience with a passion for the sport of surfing. Founded in 2007, the HB Surf School is run by Bill Sharp, a former professional surfer with more than 30 years of coaching experience. After one lesson, new surfers should be able to practice on their own. Bill has coached numerous competitive surfers, including surfers on the world tour. The HB Surf School operates from the community services building, just south of the pier on the sand. This building is behind the parking lot to the south of Duke’s.


Carmel Surf Lessons – www.carmelsurflessons.com
Learn to surf in beautiful Carmel, CA with Noah Greenburg. Noah has been teaching surfing for over twenty years. He will provide all the equipment and choose a location that is safe for your session. Join us for a group or private lesson. Create your own group, even travel to Hawaii or Costa Rica with Noah and enhance your surfing experience in warm water.

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