Spring Break Camp
Our spring break camps are the perfect opportunity to get a little taste of summer camp without having to wait until June! These camps are the same programs we offer in the summer season but meet during the spring recess for the majority of San Diego schools and even start a bit later at 9am to allow your hard working student to sleep in a bit.
SPRING CAMP SCHEDULE
- March 27-31, 2023
- 8:30am-9:00am - Drop Off
- 9:00am-12:00pm - Morning Activities
- 12:00pm-12:30pm - LUNCH
- 12:30pm-3:30pm - Afternoon Activities
- 3:30pm-4:00pm - Pick Up
Generally, camp is open to campers ages 6-17. If an activity lists ages as a prerequisite, that camp is restricted to those ages. Suggested ages lists the most likely ages that will make up the majority of participants in a group.
Spring Break Camps
In this activity campers will participate in wakeboarding instruction in the morning and get to try out a different sport each afternoon. This activity is open to all skill levels. Whether it’s your camper’s first attempt at wakeboarding or they are a skilled veteran, every camper will see their skills develop throughout the week. Each camper will get to mark off accomplished skills on their own progression card to track their progress.
Combines groups with Surfing/Multisport and Adventure Sailing in the afternoon
Campers will participate in surfing instruction in the morning (except tubing and kneeboarding day) and then try out a different sport each afternoon. The junior option is to ensure campers are grouped with similar ages and is open to all skill levels. Campers will begin their first day learning the basic fundamentals on land before heading out to practice paddling and playing games in the bay. Future days will be spent at Mission Beach catching waves and learning under the supervision of trained and qualified instructors.
Combines groups with Wakeboarding/Multisport and Adventure Sailing/Multisport in the afternoon
Campers will participate in Basic Sailing instruction in the morning and then get to try out a different watersport each afternoon. Basic sailors will learn to sail in a single-person, simple Sabot. After learning the basics on land, most of the week will be spent sailing on Mission Bay. Campers that are comfortable and confident sailing the Sabot can move on to Adventure Sailing for future camp weeks.
|Basic Sailing/Multisport Schedule|
|Morning||Basic Sailing||Basic Sailing||Basic Sailing||Basic Sailing||Basic Sailing|
Combines groups with Marine Science/Multisport amd Paddling/Multisport in the afternoon
In this activity campers will learn to sail the 14-foot RS Quest and the 16-foot Hobie Getaway. Through ample on-the-water coaching and practice, campers will learn and become confident in the skills necessary to sail these larger multi-handed sailboats. Upon completion of this camp, campers are eligible to participate in the Hobie Cat Sailing Camp in summer.
PREREQUISITE: Basic Sailing.
|Adventure Sailing Schedule|
|Morning||Quest Sailing||Quest Sailing||Quest Sailing||Hobie Cat Sailing||Hobie Cat Sailing|
Combines groups with Wakeboarding/Multisport, and Surfing/Multisport in the afternoon
Campers can choose to participate in either kayaking or stand up paddling each morning and then try out a different sport each afternoon. Paddling skills will be taught and practiced through fun, on-the-water games and activities.
PREREQUISITE: Campers must be at least 8 years old to stand up paddle.
|Morning||Kayaking or Stand Up Paddling||Kayaking or Stand Up Paddling||Kayaking or Stand Up Paddling||Kayaking or Stand Up Paddling||Kayaking or Stand Up Paddling|
Combines groups with Baisc Sailing/Multisport and Marine Science/Multisport in the afternoon
Marine Science is a fun and exciting activity that fosters stewardship and long-term connection to the ocean through hands-on activities, games, and through strong role models that will inspire the next generation of scientists, policy makers and conservationists. There will be plenty of hands-on experiences activities including collecting and examining plankton through a microscope, learning about tides and currents, and even designing and building a remote controlled underwater ROV.
|Marine Science Schedule|
|Morning||Water Quality||Microscopic Mysteries/DIY Plankton||ROV Build||Seining for Science||Seashore Science|
Combines groups with Basic Sailing/Multisport and Paddling/Multisport in the afternoon
- Cancellations 5-days prior to program start or earlier: Full-Refund
- Cancellations less than 5-days of program start: 50% Refund
- Cancellations after program start: No Refunds
- Illness policy: We take the health and safety of our participants and staff seriously. Should your participant become ill we will provide a refund for up to 2 weeks of illness. No doctor's note is required. Please do not attend programming if your participant is ill.
Weather Cancellation Policy
Our camps are designed to operate outside. In the event of adverse weather, regularly scheduled activities may be cancelled or modified. In the case of rain or other conditions that may prevent the ability to hold outdoor programming, you will be notified of the cancellation of activities. Please have a back up plan ready in the case of cancellation.