Laguna Beach Recreation Division unveils exciting array of summer camps

The Laguna Beach Recreation Division has announced a diverse selection of summer camps kicking off the week of June 17! With registration now open, new camps are scheduled to start each week throughout the summer, ensuring there’s something for everyone.

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Photos courtesy of City of Laguna Beach

Surf Camp

Returning camp favorites such as Tennis and Swimming, Art Adventures, Ocean Camps, Youth Beach Volleyball, Lego, Soccer and Radio Camp are back by popular demand. This year, the city is also introducing several new and exciting camps to the community, including youth lawn bowling, youth theater, beginning golf and a Barbie-themed dance camp.

To secure a spot, early registration is highly recommended as camps fill up quickly. For a full list of camps and to register, visit Laguna Beach Recreation Division’s activity guide by clicking here.

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Art and Nature Camp

Featured New Camps:

Youth Rollers Lawn Bowling (ages 8-18):

Youth Rollers is an engaging and fast-paced summer camp designed for children aged 8-18 interested in trying out the international sport of lawn bowling. This camp aims to get young people active through sport, offering a fun, social and inclusive environment. Participants will develop their playing skills and game knowledge through social play, modified games, drills and instructional support. Equipment is provided by the Laguna Beach Lawn Bowling Club.

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Acting and Theater Camp at Laguna Playhouse

Laguna Playhouse Acting & Theater Camp (ages 8-19):

Laguna Playhouse Teaching Artists will lead these exciting musical and non-musical camps, where students learn to work as an ensemble, build self-confidence and engage in the performing arts.

The camp culminates in a showcase for friends and family, providing a platform for creative expression and the development of essential life skills.

Skyhawks Beginning Golf Camp (ages 5-8):

Designed for entry-level players, this camp simplifies instruction on fundamentals such as swinging, putting, body positioning, etiquette and scoring. Young golfers will make an easy transition onto the golf course, learning valuable physical, social and mental skills. All equipment is provided.

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Skateboarding Camp

KDA “Barbie” Dance Camp (ages 6-11):

Campers will live out their Barbie dreams in this weeklong dance party, learning styles like Barbie Ballet, Jazz/Hip Hop, Barbie Movie Choreography, POM/Cheer Dance and Tumbling. The camp includes Barbie-themed crafts and concludes with a fashion show. Kyne Dance Academy’s summer camp offers a transformative experience, fostering artistic growth and connection among dancers of various ages and skill levels.

Registration Information:

–Online: Click here.

–In Person:

–Community and Susi Q Center, 380 Third St., 949.464.6645

–Community & Recreation Center, 30516 South Coast Highway, 949. 715.8620

Many new summer camps will be hosted at the city’s new Community & Recreation Center. “This new space gives the city so much flexibility in the kinds of space we have available and the programs we can provide,” said Alexis Braun, recreation manager.

Don’t miss out on these fantastic opportunities for summer fun and learning. Sign up today and make this summer unforgettable.


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