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To Register
Call the City of Hermosa Beach at 310-318-0280 or visit hermosabch.org

Hermosa Surf Camp 2017 Hours
We offer you three options (Classes are for five days, Monday through Friday):
A. Early 1 1/2 Hour Class: 9:00am to 10:30am – $184.00
B. 3 Hour Class: 9:00am to 12:00pm – $274.00
C. Late 1 1/2 hour Class: 10:30pm to 12:00pm – $184.00
Hermosa Beach residents – take $10 off the prices.

Summer 2017 Schedule
Monday start dates (Classes run for 5 days – Monday through Friday, except the week of July 4th):
#1 – June 26
#2 – July 3: Classes run 4 days – July 3, 5, 6, 7; same hours, but discount of $147.00 for 1 1/2 hour classes and $219.00 for the 3 hour class.
#3 – July 10
#4 – July 17
#5 – July 24
#6 – July 31
#7 – Aug 7
#8 – August 14: Afternoon Hours Only:  1 1/2 hour classes 1:00 – 2:30 or 2:30 – 4:00 or 3 hour class 1:00 – 4:00 (Same prices.)
#9 – August  21

Try Hermosa Surf Camp: One day trial camp!
Dates: June 17, July 1, July 15, July 29
Times: 9 – 10:30 class or 10:30 – 12:00 class
One Day Fee: $37.00

More information:
Contact Vince Ray
Mobile: 310-291-4378
Home: 310-370-1918
E-mail: surferjay@losangeles.usa.com

Where to park and what to bring:
The Hermosa Surf Camp is located at 11th street Hermosa Beach. We are between the L.A. County Lifeguard Tower and the L.A. County Lifeguard Headquarters at the Hermosa Beach Pier.
Parking is available on 11th street and Hermosa Ave. at the meters or in the parking lot which takes credit cards or coins. Drop off is available at 11th street and the Strand in Hermosa Beach, but someone must stay in the car.
Please show up in a swim suit (surf trunks for boys and speedo type swimsuit or sturdy bikini and surf trunks for girls). Please bring sunblock, a towel, slippers (flip flops for hot sand), sweatshirt, sweatpants (it can get cool and windy), water and a snack.
We supply a rash guard (lycra surfing shirt for you to keep, to protect you from the sun and surfboard). Wetsuits are advised if you get cold easily and can be rented at Dive N’ Surf, 310-372-8423.

Schedule:
1 1/2 hour class:
30 minutes of ocean safety/environment and beach surfing practice
1 hour of surfing practice
3 hour class:
30 minutes of ocean safety/environment and beach surfing practice
1 hour of surfing
15 minute snack and sunblock break
15 minutes of ocean safety/environmentand beach practice
1 hour of surfing

Fridays: Aloha Potluck at 10:15am – share your favorite food!
The schedule may change due to ocean conditions.

Hermosa Surf Camp Information and History
The Hermosa Surf Camp in California was started in 1992 by the City of Hermosa Beach, The Easy Reader Newspaper, Chevron and local Surf Shops. It is our most popular summer program. For boys and girls ages 7-17. You will learn ocean safety, basic surfing techniques and tricks like the switchfoot, coffin and nose ride.  Find out about ocean conditions, sea life and the beach environment. Learn about the best equipment, safe places for you to practice, and travel to exotic beaches. Discover surfings mysterious etiquette.
We will be in the water with you helping you handle the board, paddle out and catch waves. There is a L.A County Lifeguard present at all times.
Classes have a 1:4 teacher-to-student ratio or less for safety and plenty of one-on-one attention. You will practice on a BZ soft surfboard for fun and safety. We have 11 different size surfboards and SUP’s for you to try.  Body boards are also available for rough conditions.
We give you a T-shirt, rash guard (lycra surfing shirt), Spyder goodie bag and three photos of you to keep! Meet other people to surf and travel with.
There is always an instructor on duty that is a Lifeguard and California Credentialed Teacher. We are teachers from the local school. There is always a L.A. County Lifeguard on duty. All paid instructors are experienced adult surfers. Administered by The City of Hermosa Beach Community Resources Department.
We often let students with special needs attend the camp if they can swim and have a mild condition. We are professional educators that work in the local schools. We have many years of teaching experience with people who have special needs. A guardian may have to be present for the entire duration of the camp.
Please contact Vince Ray prior to registering at 310-370-1918.
You must be an intermediate swimmer to participate (have completed an intermediate swimming class). If you have a history of seizures, fainting spells or dizziness you cannot participate. Please let us know of any medical conditions that may affect your participation.

You are guaranteed to ride a wave your first day!