Need help figuring out which camp activities to register your child for? We are often asked this question and have created a guide below to help you choose the camp that may best suit your child’s interests.
If your child has had little watersports experience our Afternoon Multisport Camp is a MUST and is definitely our most popular camp even amongst campers that have a lot of experience. Campers will get to try a different watersports activity each afternoon allowing them to find their favorite. Multisport Camp activities include one day of wakeboarding, kneeboarding, tubing, one day of paddling, one day of snorkeling and marine science, one day of sailing rides, and one day of surfing and bodyboarding. The afternoon Multisport Camp can be paired with a morning instructional camp for a fun-filled full-day camp.
Athletic campers, or any camper that is up for an athletic challenge, often prefer our surfing or wakeboarding camps. These camps will provide campers with a lot of physical activity for the week and they will quickly learn new tricks or maneuvers.
Campers that get pleasure from learning new skills typically opt for our sailing or windsurfing camps. Both of these camps will teach kids the basics and they can progress through learning how to sail four different types of sailboats while developing their sailing knowledge and skills.
Kayaking and stand up paddling camps are perfect for campers looking for an adventurous camp where they will explore a different part of Mission Bay each morning. Our camp counselors will guide them across the bay to a planned destination where the morning will be filled with fun activities.
Marine science is great for campers looking to combine watersports fun with learning about marine life while taking field trips to Sea World and Birch Aquarium. Campers will also get a chance to kayak and surf or bodyboard at the beach during the week as well.
If your camper is 6-8 years old and hasn’t had a lot of watersports experience the Intro to Watersports camp is the perfect place to start. Campers will be introduced to many watersports throughout the week in an environment with specially trained camp counselors with a smaller, 6:1 camper to counselor ratio.
You know your child best, but if you still are unsure which camp would be best for them feel free to call us at 858-539-2003 and we would be happy to help you.