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WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN A SAFE SURF CAMP

Make sure when looking for a surf camp for your child that the camp has these minimum requirements for your child's safety:

  1. The camp is reputable
  2. The camp has good references from people you know or from the local lifeguards
  3. The camp has $1,000,000.00 in liabililty insurance
  4. The camp has no more than a 3:1 student/instructor ratio
  5. Instructors are CPR/First Aid Certified and at least one instructor lifeguard certified
  6. The camp is licensed or permitted from the city or state where it takes place
  7. The camp has a director that is always present overseeing ALL activities for safety
  8. The camp is in a location that safety services can easily access
  9. There are certified "beach" lifeguards near the camp location
  10. The camp is always in the same location. If the camp does not give a specific location, this is a red flag of a possible bogus surf camp.
  11. Above all else make sure the camp is a safe place with reputable instructors for the safety of your child.

 

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What is the starting age for camp?

Surf Camps USA FAQ - San Diego Surf Camp

7 years old call for special permission for 6 years old.

6.) What is the Camper to Instructor ratio?

They are in groups of 3 campers to one instructor.


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Camps Location - Surf Camps USA

Address: 1202 North Pacific St., Oceanside, CA 92054 (across from in sand)

Location: North side of the south jetty at Oceanside Harbor beach.


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Surf Camps USA

1202 North Pacific St.
Oceanside, CA 92054
(760) 889-8984