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    How do I register my child for camp?

  • First, create an account by clicking the "Registration/Login" link. You can then register and pay online with a credit card or download the registration form and mail it in with a check to:

    Aloha Surf Camp

    1714 17th Ct

    Jupiter, FL 33477

  • (2)

    What is the difference between Surf camp and Watersports camp? 

  • Watersports camp offers various water sport activities and instructors teach the basic fundemental skills of surfing, skimboarding, and stand up paddelboarding.

    The surf camp curriculum more indepthly focuses on surfing, continuously enforcing surf terminology, wave selection, tricks and manouvers. Additionally, Aloha Surf Camp ends and 1:00pm and all students participate in a end of the week ceremony recieving recognition for their accomplishments, giftbags, and treats.    

  • (3)

    Question: What is the student to instructor ratio?

  • Answer: Surf Camp is 5:1 and Water sports camp is 7:1.

  • (5)

    Are the surf instructors C.P.R. certified?

  • Yes, all instructors are C.P.R. certified.

  • (6)

    Are there lifeguards on duty?

  • Yes Also, Palm Beach County Lifeguards are located adjacent to our camps and are on duty from 9:00am -5:00pm. Several members of our staff are also lifeguard certified.

  • (7)

    Do you provide food or drinks?

  • No, every child must pack a lunch, snacks, fluids and sun block.

  • (8)

    What do you do when it rains?

  • When it rains we continue our camps, it’s a nice break from the sun! In the event of lightening, students will participate in activities such as Loggerhead Marinelife Center tours. If there is severe weather, such as a tropical storm, your child can make up any missed camp days during another week. 

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    Do I need to sign in my child daily?

  • No, students will be checked off when they check in with the Administrator from Aloha.

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    Are there bathrooms?

  • Yes, all of our parks have public bathrooms with showers.

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    Is there covered space on the beach?

  • Yes, we have beach tents to protect all students from the sun. Covered areas range from 30x40 and 10x10 depending on camp size.