Whether you have never surfed before or if you just want to improve your skills, this camp offers the coaching that will enable you to reach your goals. Professional instructors will work with you in small groups which provide students with more individual attention. Emphasis is on ocean awareness, surfing techniques, surf etiquette, proper equipment, and wave selection.
The Endless Summer Surf Camp has a deluxe campsite overlooking the Pacific Ocean in the San Onofre State Park campground. San Onofre is a modern state park complete with showers, bathrooms, public telephones, and ranger and lifeguard patrols.
The campsite lodging consists of carpeted tents separated for guys and girls, fire rings and game area including ping pong. There is also a television and video viewing lounge complete with sofas where you will have night-time entertainment complete with surf movies, feature movies and video analysis of the days surf sessions.
This surf camp aims to help surfers at all levels to achieve their goals, whether it is catching the first wave or improving skills. However, the camp is specialized in working with first-time surfers. For beginner surfers, instruction starts at the base camp watching an instructional surf video followed by a group demonstration on the beach.
Then, you will break into small groups with your instructor for the week. The instructor will review the basic instruction on the beach then take you out in the water for your surfing experience. As the week progresses, the goals with the beginner surfers is to build your confidence in the ocean while helping you to move to the next level.
A hearty breakfast is served every morning at the camp with a midday lunch served at the beach consisting of sandwiches, summer fruits and other snacks. Every Friday, students are invited to compete and win prizes in a just for fun surf contest. At the awards presentation, everyone will receive goodies from Endless Summers sponsors.
ISA-1 (Wave Surfing)
Jason has over 30 years of surfing experience and was a top ranked professional surfer, a former member of the United States National Surf Team, and a United States Pro Surf Tour competitor for many years. Jason is a certified Lifeguard as well as a certified Surf Instructor on the North Shore of Oahu. He is also the presenter of the International Surfing Association’s Surf Coaching and Instructing Courses in the USA certifying surf instructors throughout the nation. Jason has traveled the world promoting the sport of surfing in a positive way.
The Endless Summer Surf Camp has a beautiful campsite overlooking the pacific ocean in the San Onofre State Park campground, which is just south of the city of San Clemente, California. San Clemente is the surf energy capital of Southern California and has produced many top professional surfers such as Kolohe Andino, Nathan Yeomans and the Gaudaskas brothers.
The area offers a variety of waves from the easy rolling waves of San Onofre for the beginners, to the world class point surf of Trestles for the more experienced surfers. Endless Summer Surf Camps location at Trail 4 is a fun open beach break good for all levels of surfers. The local points of Trestles and beach breaks to the north and south are ideal for the more experienced surfers.
A full-time cook will provide you with a proper diet that will give you the strength to every perfect wave of the day. Three meals a day are provided along with snacks and drinks. A hearty breakfast is served every morning at the camp with a midday lunch served at the beach consisting of sandwiches, summer fruit, and other snacks.
Examples of a few of Endless Summer Surf Camps dinners served are theme nights such as Italian pasta night, Taco Tuesday with Mexican burritos and tacos, and the infamous Hawaiian barbecue night complete with teriyaki chicken, rice, veggies and more. A vegetarian alternative is also available at every meal.
Take the 5 or 405 Freeway South. Exit at Basilone Road. You will see San Onofre State Park next exit sign. Turn right towards the beach. Basilone Road leads you straight to the surf camp campground. Go straight, do not turn at all. It dead-ends into San Onofre Bluffs Campground and guard kiosk. You will head through two stoplights and past the power plant. Do not turn. Road runs parallel to the freeway. Let rangers know you are dropping off at the Endless Summer Surf Camp. Endless Summer Surf Camp is located at Campsites 99-101, Trail 4.
Head north. Exit at Basilone Road. You will see San Onofre State Park next exit sign. Turn left towards the beach. Basilone Road leads you straight to the surf camp campground. Go straight, do not turn at all. It dead-ends into San Onofre Bluffs Campground and guard kiosk. You will head through two stoplights and past the power plant. Do not turn. Road runs parallel to the freeway. Let rangers know you are dropping off at the Endless Summer Surf Camp. Endless Summer Surf Camp is located at Campsites 99-101, Trail 4.
Please book your flight to arrive at John Wayne Airport (SNA), Long Beach Airport (LGB), Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), or San Diego International Airport (SAN). Transfers to and from these airports are available upon request.
Please arrive at San Clemente Train Station or San Juan Capistrano Depot. Endless Summer Surf Camp will pick you up at the station. The pickup can me made upon prior request.
"I went there along and came back with a lot of friends and acquaintances. I've got exactly what I wanted: good company for surfing! Surf teachers, stuff, atmosphere - everything was perfect and for me it was amazing one week of joyful and funny surfing lessons. It was so good that I've decided to extend my being there for one week more, I simply couldn't left all of it just after one week. I recommend EndlessSummer for all beginners and not only for them. You will spend your time in very memorable way."
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"Had a few sessions with the crew. Awesome team and best place to nail your longboarding mojo ... The waves and atmosphere at San O are perfect."
"Jason and his staff at Endless Summer have hosted our kids and faculty for the past two years, and we will keep coming back in years to come. We have had great times, and we have grown as surfers. The Endless Summer instructors are experts in helping beginners and experienced surfers have more fun in the water."
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"Our children, Jonas und Salome, 15 and 17 years old, visited the surf and turf camp last year. They both said that these were the best holidays of their lives. They had an excellent time. The camp is organized by Jason Senn. I got to know him when I picked up my children after the camp. Jason is an extremely kind and reliable person. The kids liked him very much. There are some people working for Jason and taking care for the kids. His staff is all extremely kind as well as very professional. Our children chose the surf and turf camp. They spent the morning in the sea on the surf boards and were then transferred to the golf course. The surf and golf lessons were both excellent. The golf course is fantastic, and Randy, the golf teacher, was awarded as one of the best golf teachers of the US. Randy is extremely kind as well. Most of the kids who attended the camp were Americans. There were also some students from Europe and South America. Jonas and Salome were picked up at Los Angeles airport. The transfer worked excellent. The camp itself is situated near the town of San Clemente in a natural reserve. The beach, situated at the bottom of the cliffs, is wonderful, and it is known as one of the best surf spots of California. Jonas will attend the camp again this summer, this time for three weeks. I can highly recommend the camp."
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"I just wanted to say thank you to Jason and the gang for a great experience. It was just what I needed. It was good to feel the pain and exhilaration that I used to feel and great to know that I could still accomplish something at my age. I was also pleased to see how hard Michael tried. Sometimes I worry about him being a wimp when I see him vegging out around the house. I think the experience made Jon and I realize we need to pay a little more attention to our bodies in our busy urban lives, too. We balanced out our trip with a luxurious weekend in Los Angeles, which was fun in a different way. It was rough going back to work on Monday. I was glad I had the fourth off to recuperate. I am on my way to Chicago for a meeting and the American Airlines magazine has an article about the best places to get wet this summer San Onofre State Beach made it into the article."
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