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Aloha Hawaii Sleepaway Camp

68-729 Farrington Hwy
Waialua HI 96791
All bookings are free!
Camp Price 2019:
$1396
/ per session
Camp Category: Archery, Arts & Crafts, Climbing, Hiking, Kayaking, Ocean, Parasailing, Ropes Course, Sightseeing, Snorkeling, Sports, Surfing, Swimming, Swimming Pool, Wakeboarding
Camp Prices 2020
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Camp Prices 2020
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About Aloha Hawaii Sleepaway Camp

Aloha Hawaii Sleepaway Camp takes place right on the beach on the beautiful North Shore of Oahu, just steps from world-famous Waikiki Beach.

For kids seeking the most fun and adventure any camp can offer, Aloha Beach Camp's Hawaii sleepaway program for kids and teens is the place to be.

We've combined the rich beauty, history, and culture of the Hawaiian Islands with the uniquely traditional American summer camp experience you already know.
Camp Overview
Aloha Beach Camp's Hawaii summer camp takes place right on the beach at Camp Mokuleia, a breathtaking 20-acre property on Oahu's beautiful North Shore.

You've never seen or experienced camp like this before. Our state-of-the-art beachfront setting offers endless opportunities for exciting Hawaii summer camp experiences your child will never forget.

Activities consist of preplanned and camper-chosen electives. During the day, swimming, surfing, hiking and snorkeling are available at your doorstep. Evenings are capped-off with skits and s'mores around the campfire while stargazing at the clear Hawaiian sky.

During their stay with us, campers live in clean cabins with their counselors and enjoy three nutritious and delicious meals a day in our modern dining-hall. Campers with specific dietary needs are gladly accommodated.

Our Hawaii summer camp program runs just 1-week from Monday, August 5 to Saturday, August 10, 2019. It's a very small program with limited space for just a select number of kids. Last year the program sold out, and we anticipate even more demand this summer.
Philosophy
Kids who attend our program enjoy an amazing beach and surf summer camp experience unlike any other. They develop lifelong water safety skills and master new aquatic sports like surfing and boogie boarding. They study beach and ocean safety, wave judgment and selection, and how to swim safely in the ocean and more, always with an emphasis on beach safety and environmental respect. Most importantly, we will never force a child to do any activity they're uncomfortable with; we will positively encourage their participation instead. When summer's over, Aloha kids come away with a new sense of confidence, esteem, and appreciation for the beach and ocean environment so they can enjoy these natural wonders safely all their lives.
Program
From surfing lessons to snorkeling, and crab-catching to kayaking (and frankly, everything in between!), campers are treated to a spectacular Hawaii-themed activity program unavailable anywhere else.

Campers enjoy a preplanned activity schedule most days with many elective activities mixed-in. If campers don't get enough of one thing, they can sign up for more.

Some activities take place on-site (like swimming in our refreshing beach-side pool or climbing our Monster Alpine Tower), while others take place off-site (like sight-seeing excursions around the island or field trips to our secret kayaking spot).
Activities
The Sample Activity Schedule above is a good reference point for a typical day at our Hawaii summer camp. But if you would like a more thorough sample of all the various activities we offer, here's a partial list of all the activities available you might do at camp.

  • Alpine Tower
  • Surf lessons
  • Snorkeling
  • Boogie boarding
  • Ocean swimming
  • Pool swimming (with diving board)
  • Stargazing
  • Luau
  • Evening campfires (with skits and s'mores)
  • Monster Ropes Course Swing
  • High and Low Ropes Course Challenge
  • Swimming with Sea Turtles
  • Tent camping
  • Field Trips
  • Dance parties
  • Polynesian Cultural Center
  • Hula Lessons
  • Hiking
  • Crab catching
  • Archery
  • Ocean kayaking
  • Sports and games
  • Leaf basket making
  • Hawaiian arts & crafts
  • Pineapple cutting
  • Sightseeing
  • Coconut cutting
  • Cliff jumping
  • Hike to waterfall
  • Waterfall jumping
  • Shave ice making
  • Coconut weaving
  • Rock climbing wall
  • Overnight camp-outs
  • Lei Making
  • So much more!
Please note this is only a sample list and Aloha Beach Camp reserves the right to substitute activities based on availability, staff, and other factors.
A day at Camp
Here is a sample daily activity schedule for your review. Please remember this list is just that - a sample - and a partial one at that. Campers' actual activity schedules may vary from what's shown here since we're still in the process of developing the 2019 program. At the same time, most (if not all) of the following activities should be offered.

Morning
  • Breakfast
  • Climbing Wall
  • Alpine Tower
  • Monster Swing
Daytime
  • Lunch
  • Swimming Poo
  • l Parasailing
  • Beach Hike
Night
  • Climbing wall
  • Crab catching
  • Campfire (S'mores)
      Accommodation
      During their stay with us, campers live in gender-specific cabins with their counselors and 6 to 8 other campers. Maximum living space, modern amenities, and cabin comfort are points of emphasis.

      With every day at camp loaded with so much adventure, it's important campers get ample rest, quiet time, and a good night's sleep, too. We want campers to feel like being at camp is their "home away from home."

      Double-decker bunks line the walls inside the cabins, so there's ample room for just hanging out with your friends or messing around. Indoor bathrooms and private shower facilities are provided. The counselors sleep in the cabins with the kids every night and supervise them during the day.

      The cabins are located just steps from the ocean. Being at the beach, there's lots of sand, so campers and their counselors have organized jobs such as sweeping their cabins each day to maintain cleanliness. From time-to-time we may take a break from sleeping in cabins and sleep outside under the stars in tents right on the beach instead. Campers wake up every morning to the soft sounds of ocean and warm Hawaiian trade winds breeze.

      You know what's best about going to camp and living in Hawaii for a week? Your cabin is like living in your own private house without your parents, but with all your best friends and cool camp counselors, too! You can write on the walls, take night hikes, decorate your cabin, have pillow fights and more.

      You can even sneak in a cell phone or some candy and sweets... sshhhhhhh, don't worry, we won't tell the camp director!

      Having touble sleeping? No problem, let's take a night hike down the beach, dip in the pool, or join another group in the outdoor amphitheatre for a dance party.

      We're on Hawaiian time here...that means you do things at your own pace, and you're gonna absolutely love it!
        Food & Nutrition
        Eating good, nutritious food is a big deal when it comes to overnight summer camp. We've all heard the all-to-common horror stories when a mom asks her kids how camp was, and they say, "Camp was great, except for the food..."

        That's why you can rest assured we've gone out of our way to provide you with three healthy, nutritious and delicious meals per day at camp.

        From authentic luau food, to fresh cut island fruit, to vegetarian choices and delicious Hawaiian deserts, we've got you covered with an amazing selection of mouth-watering food you'll miss when you go home.

        Our staff is trained to monitor camper diets, making sure campers eat sufficiently and that meals are well balanced. Anyone with potential food allergies or other dietary restrictions are gladly accommodated. From time-to-time camp meals may be had off-site at restaurants. Camp will cover the cost of the meals in such cases.
          Staff
          As you can imagine, just being in Hawaii is fun. But our camp counselors really add to the experience and make it the best.

          When you arrive in Hawaii, our team will meet you at the airport with a big flower lei greeting for your exciting summer camp adventures ahead. They'll be with you every step of the way during your stay with us, making sure you have the most fun you've ever had at camp. They'll help you make tons of great friends with other campers and form great bonds together. They're all lifeguard, CPR, and First-Aid certified. Our counselors are the same friendly, mature, responsible and caring role-models that work at our day camp program, and they're committed to making sure you have the best week of summer camp of your life.
          Health & Safety
          Aloha Beach Camp is 100% Accredited by the American Camp Association
          This means we meet or exceed up to 300 best-practice industry standards relative to camp programming, transportation, safety, supervision and more. If the camp you're considering is not accredited, ask the camp director why.

          We Require our Camp Counselors to be Certified Lifeguards
          All staff is required to hold active and valid lifeguard, CPR and First Aid certifications as a fundamental condition of employment.
          While some staff members come to us already certified, each undergoes Aloha Beach Camp's lifeguard, CPR and First Aid training and certification programs anyway. In this manner, we can put our stamp of approval on the fact your camper will be supervised by the highest trained and most qualified camp counselors in the business.

          We Conduct Sun and Ocean Safety Assemblies with All the Kids, Everyday

          Your camper will learn about rip currents, dangerous shore break, high surf, the risks of diving into shallow water and other potentially hazardous beach and ocean conditions. Sunscreen is applied liberally throughout the day, plus we provide large tents and canopies for maximum shade and comfort.

          Ice water is available all day for campers and staff
          Dehydration can be a problem if you don't stay on top of it. That's why we make ice water available for the kids all day and remind them to drink it...even if they're not thirsty!

          We Establish our Daily Campsite Area with Bright Orange Cones Directly Adjacent to a Staffed Lifeguard Tower
          Campers may not leave this coned-off boundary without a counselor. The cones also send a "KEEP OUT" message to strangers. If the lifeguard tower is not staffed by a public lifeguard, campers are not permitted in the water.

          We Maintain Low Camper-to-Counselor Ratios at All Times
          You'll find camper-to-staff ratios as low as 3:1 (and often less) when kids are in the water.

          Headcounts are Taken Regularly Throughout the Day on the Bus, in the Water, and on the Sand
          This ensures every camper is accounted for every second of every day at all times.

          The Counselors Swim Together with the Kids; Campers NEVER Swim Alone
          Swimming in the ocean is a HUGE part of every Aloha Beach Camp experience. Campers always swim with the counselors and never swim alone. All campers are always within arms reach of their camp counselors at all times.

          We Enforce these Additional Mandatory Safety Rules:
          • Every camper takes a swimming evaluation their firstday of camp. Based on this evaluation, campers wearcolor-coded wristbands designating how deep they cango in the water. No one may go deeper than their waist
          • Everyone wears an Aloha Beach Camp t-shirt or rashguard everyday indicating they're membership of ourparticular camp group on the beach.
          • Nobody may enter the water without someone from ourstaff
          • Nobody may visit the restroom without staff supervision
          • We maintain an open door policy regarding visitation>Parents are invited to camp, unannounced, to superviseour safety program any time

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          Dates & Rates 2019

          Aloha Hawaii Sleepaway Camp only runs 1-week from Monday, August 5 to Saturday, August 10, 2019.

          Moreover, we keep enrollment intentionally low, so it's imperative you get registered sooner rather than later
          because we sell out faster than most programs.

          The price for the program is just $1,396. Many kids have already signed up and space is going fast. We will start a waiting list when the program gets full. So if you are interested in this program, it's best to sign up now while still have room for you. This way you can avoid the waiting list later.
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