Spring Break Camp Week 1 | April 8-11, 2019 (4 Days) | Ages 8-18

  • $595.00
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REGISTRATION OPENS MARCH 8, 2019 at 8am! Purchase a week of camp before Sunday, March 10 at 10pm, and (1) receive a toasty hooded camp sweater that is not available to the public and is custom only for our spring break campers, and (2) each purchase is entered to win a FREE 2-hour water sports session with your family and friends and includes action photos! Winner will be announced Monday at Noon.

The purchase of this camp denotes your agreement to our CANCELLATION POLICY* detailed below.

Ohana Board Shop is the only wake surf school that offers the most unique spring break camp in the Bay Area! Our weeklong camp includes:

  • wetsuits, wake surf boards, wakeboards, and tubing

  • daily photos uploaded to SmugMug site

  • liability insurance + Lifeguard/CPR/First Aid-certified lead instructor

  • transportation from Willow Glen to Calero Lake in South San Jose and back

  • water sports lessons and free play

  • any level swimmers (all students will remain in life jackets while on the water if they are under age 13 years or upon request)

  • 5:1 teacher to student ratio

  • maximum 10 students per camp

  • ages 8-18 (email with special requests for younger students)

  • 9am to 3pm daily

  • entire program led by Ohana Board Shop owner Arun Frances, who has over 32 years of surfing experience as an instructor, competitor, announcer, photographer, and certified lifeguard.

  • Day camp does NOT include lunch.

*CANCELLATION POLICY:

Up to 60 days before camp: Receive a full refund minus a $100 registration fee.
Up to 30 days before camp: Full refund minus a $200 deposit
Up to 15 days before camp: Full refund minus $300 rebooking fee.
No refunds will be provided within the two weeks prior to camp.

In the event of inclement weather, we reserve the right to choose alternate camp locations including but not limited to lakes or waterways within 90 minutes of San Jose, or other indoor facilities that are voted on by the campers themselves.