Posted by Rick Civelli | 04.26.2012 | Teen Camps
California's Wild & Wonderful Central Coast
Seeking a trip-of-a-lifetime? Look no further! Our California Teen Surf and Adventure Camp is just the place for you.
This incredible opportunity was created for those who love both the ocean and the mountains. Throughout this epic summer camp, you will surf the uncrowded stretches of the iconic California coast. Beginning at Morro Rock, an extinct volcano covering 50 feet at its base and rising 576 feet above the ocean surface, and stretching north from Morro Bay to Big Sur, the surfing on the Central Coast is incredible. This diverse coastline will supply campers with many hours of water time where you’ll see improvement with each wave you ride. Throughout this two week adventure, you’ll learn how to paddle into your own waves, ride down the line, and catch more waves than you ever imagined!
We will be venturing out for not only the best waves at our favorite uncrowded beaches, but filling the days with many other fantastic activities. One day will be spent visiting the world famous Monterey Bay Aquarium where thousands of plants and animals are displayed, representing 623 species. We will hike and kayak Morro Bay, California’s last remaining estuary, where we’ll discover hundreds of species of marine, mammal, and bird species all living together in a harmonious ecosystem. The pine-wooded trails that are part of the Santa Lucia Mountains that rise abruptly from the Pacific Ocean provide photo-ops around every bend as we hike through Montaña de Oro. If your body is in need of a little TLC after all this excursion, never fear! We will warm up each night to a warm fire under the stars.
Our cabin lodging at Camp Ocean Pines is nestled within 13 acres of tranquil woods just outside Cambria, CA. This is where the Monterey Pines meet the coastline. From here, you will be able to view the sun set over the Pacific while watching the playful seals on the rocks below. Our other ‘homesteads’ will be our Mega Tents near the Big Sur River at Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park and beside the estuary at Morro Bay State Park. Nicknamed the ‘mini-Yosemite’, Pfeiffer Big Sur offers 1,006 acres of land, best known for the lush redwood groves and scenic trail to Pfeiffer Falls.
Come live the dream with us!
Register today because space is limited.