Hello Summer Camp
Camp Fee $240 per person
This camp is a condensed version of basic aquatic camp.
Hello Summer Camp Includes:
Sailing - Skimming effortlessly across the water in an afternoon breeze is an enjoyable sensation that is becoming more and more popular every year. Each student will learn the principles of sailing, water safety, sailing knots, and how to operate their sailboat.
Windsurfing - This thrilling sport is rapidly becoming one of the most popular aquatic sports today. Students will be applying their acquired skills along with windsurfing fundamentals toward practical experience on the water. Water play and games are a big part of the windsurfing day.
Canoeing- This day of camp will give students the skills needed to navigate a canoe across the lake safely and effectively. We will teach: paddling strokes, balance, safety, and rescue. The serenity of Lake Natoma provides an excellent setting for this enjoyable sport.
Kayaking - This day exposes campers to the fundamentals of flat-water kayaking with adventures to Blackberry Island or The Camp "Prison." Maneuvering these feisty little boats is a real challenge and a lot of fun. This sport is very popular with our campers.
Boating Safety - Most serious boating accidents involve motorboats. Proper care, handling, and equipment are essential for safe and enjoyable boating. Campers will learn these essential skills in the classroom. The California Division of Boating and Waterways Safety Exam is given to every Basic camper.
If you are registering for summer camp online, please download and print this camper packet. Your camper will need this for Monday morning check-in, and without it your camper will not be eligible to participate in activities. You can either mail the completed packet to the Sac State Aquatic Center, or bring it with you on the first day of camp: Monday Morning Check-In. (Camper Packet PDF)
2017 Hello Summer Camp Dates
|Section||Days||Time||Start Date||End Date|
Hello Summer Camp
|Mon-Thurs||8:00 AM - 4:00 PM||June 5||June 8|
- Campers must provide their own lunch, water bottle, and sunscreen.
- Campers are required to wear a Personal Floatation Device (PFD) at all times!
- Campers receive a T-shirt.