Thank you for your interest,
All Surf n' Science Camp weeks HAVE REACHED CAPACITY.
To be placed on a waiting list, or if you're interested in individual or group lessons and coaching, feel free to contact us anytime.
Contact Sandy or Holly
We ARE bringing back, (by extremely popular demand!) our Surf N Science Camp, "A Science Camp with a Surfing Problem!".
This will be a weekly VIP Experience for surfers ages 6 and older. We are taking groups of up to 4 surfers on 5 day Surf N Science Excursions. Each day, (depending on weather and conditions), we travel to a different surf location ranging from Sebastian Inlet to Ponce Inlet. At each location we will get the opportunity to not only catch some waves, but also have hands-on learning experiences about our local marine life, dune system, and much more.
The number of surfers are limited so that each camper has a VIP Experience, 1 on 1 coaching, surfing and learning with us.
Hours are 9am to 3pm.
We meet at 945 Samar Rd, Cocoa Beach every morning between 8:45am and 9:00am, leave at 9:00am!
We will return by 2:30pm, pickups by 3:00pm.
What to Bring:
Packed Lunch, Drinks/Water Bottle, Towel, Footwear, Camp Shirt/Rashguard, Sunblock, Hat and Sunglasses (if you wish), and Swim Suit.
The locations that *can* be visited during the week will be:
Sebastian Inlet St Park w/ Barrier Island Sanctuary and Moo’s Ice Cream
-On the way to Sebastian Inlet we swing into the Barrier Island Sanctuary
-Once at Sebastian we spend half the day on the river side exploring the wildlife and rocks with masks and snorkels, eat lunch, and then move to the ocean side for surfing.
-On the way home, Ice Cream at Moo's!!
Ponce Inlet with Lighthouse Tour and Marine Science Center
-The day starts with the Lighthouse Tour at Ponce Inlet, and then moves to the Marine Science Center
-After we've had enough SCIENCE for the day, we will hit the beach and surf by the jetty.
New Smyrna Beach and Flagler Ave
-New Smyrna we drive on the beach and set up for the day
-After lunch we walk a small portion of Flagler Ave and visit the surf shops, and hit the ice cream shop before heading home!
-Wildlife watching from the Jetty and then a fun local surf day
Canaveral National Seashore (Playalinda Beach) and Welcome Center
-This is the most remote beach on our list, (nothing present but restrooms)
-First stop is at the Welcome Center to check out their sea turtle exhibit, and other animals, then on to surf the rest of the day away.
Cocoa Beach Pier
-Get familiar with the competition grounds! NKF, here we come!
Slater Way and Cocoa Beach Skate Park
(Skateboard rentals can be provided upon request)
-True local vibes this day, surf the waves and then the street!
June 6-10 (FULL)
June 13-17 (FULL)
June 20-24 (FULL)
June 27-July 1 (FULL)
July 5-8 (FULL)
July 11-15 (FULL )
July 18-22 (FULL)
July 25-29 (FULL)
Aug 1-5 (FULL)
All Equipment, Science Center Admission Fees, Ice Cream visits and Travel Expenses are INCLUDED
(Parent's parking and admission fees not included)
Camp enrollments run on first come first serve basis, but prior team riders will have first dibs on signups until Sunday, April 24th, after that, registration opens to the public. Reserve your spot soon!
$100 Deposit is required to hold your spot.
Camp must have a minimum of three people to run, so get your friends and other family members to sign up and learn to surf! Parents are welcome to attend any of the days, or ALL of the days if you'd like to hang and have fun too!
We hope to see you all out in the water! Let’s make this a summer to never forget!