MBX SURF CAMP 2011

MAIN BEACH TEAM RIDER - JARED BONO

MBX CAMP SUMMER 2011!!

MBX surf camp is a great experience for kids and counselors. Every day campers spend hours in the water, surfing, swimming, kayaking, or windsurfing; an amazing time for everyone! At MBX the kids always have a blast. We start the day with a little bit of stretching to get everyone loosened up for a days activities, and then we head straight to the beach.

We like to get the kids surfing right away, with one-on-one instruction for the kids to learn to surf and enhance their abilities. If not on a board surfing, the kids are body surfing or boogie boarding, just being in the water as much as possible. Weather permitting, every day is in the water, either in the ocean, the pond for SUPʼs or kayaking, or the bay to windsurf. Lunch is on the beach or at a picnic ground, and a little down time is good for everyone before we head back to the beach to surf again!

One of the best parts of the week is the Surf Olympics. On the last day of the week teams compete against each other at beach games, obstacle courses, lifeguard games, and surfing. The kids get super-pumped for their team and itʼs a great day when everyone gets to show off what theyʼve learned in and out of the water. From a counselorʼs perspective It’s always great to see how much all the kids have improved from their first day, and a kick to see how happy and excited the kids get from the camp!

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