California Surfing

Go to Corky Carroll's Surf School, Huntington Beach

The Ultimate Birthday Party!! Huntington Beach A Birthday Party For Any Age Where: Bolsa Chica State Beach, Huntington Beach, lifeguard tower 18, 2.5 miles north of the Huntington Beach pier. When: All year Prices: $40 per person Includes: Three hour party , Surfboards,Wetsuits, Instruction, Party Favors No more than one instructor per five students. First hour is in the water with instructor. Seond hour is on the beach resting and doing party functions Third hour is back in the water with instructor and group
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Stephanie said...

My niece went to the surf camp in San Clemente and loved it.

Summer Fun Surf Camp

Camping facilities for ages 10-18 years old include:Tents (girls and boys separate), showers, fire, rings, outside amphitheater and T.V. comfort zone complete with large T.V., couches and lounge chairs.
Adults (18 and over) are in a separate campsite and will be involved in a different program which will include: stretching and fitness seminar, C.P.R. certification program and basic water safety class (approved by the American Heart Association). Whether you are young or young at heart, S.F.S.C. will help your "Dreams of Surfing Become a Reality." The ultimate "Learn to Surf" camp for all ages.

Jason said...

If you'd rather watch, check out the Huntington Beach Pro/Am Surf Series. Professional and Amateur Surfers will compete for combined cash purse and prize packages of over $20,000.

The HB Surf Series will hold four of six events at the most visible surf venue in the world, the famous Southside of Huntington Beach Pier. Nine divisions comprise the events and include: Super Grom, Boys, Juniors, Men, Masters, Super Men, Women, Longboard, and Professional.

HB Pro/Am Surf Series

2006 Event Dates:

April 15 - 16 Southside of Pier (Tentative Pro only)

May 21 - 22 9th Street

June TBA
July 8 - 9 Southside of Pier (Tentative Pro only)

August 12 -13 Goldenwest St.

September 23 - 24 Southside of Pier

These dates are subject to change. Always call before event!

Anonymous said...

In Santa Cruz, check out Club Ed

The Surf Coaching Professionals
Club Ed's surf camp and surf school in Santa Cruz, CA is the perfect learning vacation. Ed's surfing school is the most respected surfing school in the world. At surf camp, you learn to ride the waves and experience the healthy, exciting sport of surfing first hand. You can also get private lessons at Ed's world renowned surf school. Don't put off learning to surf, sign up for instruction from Club Ed.

LA Surfer Dude said...

Surf in the Morning, Ski in the afternoon.

LA Surfer Dude said...

Surf in the Morning, Ski in the afternoon.

Anonymous said...

At Belmont Park, Ride the Endless Wave of the FlowRider

The FlowRider is part of the Wave House Athletic Club (Located at Wave House South) and is considered SoCal's penultimate workout environment, second only to the ocean. Catch the 5am hardcore swim at the historic Plunge - San Diego’s historic, heated indoor pool, join the 7am dawn patrol yoga class, or pump iron any time of the day or night.

With the FlowRider sheetwave, the athletic club is the USA’s first fitness center to offer year-round training for the boardsports community. It takes practice, but once you get it, the feeling of the carve is smooooth and satisfying.

The FlowRider is for everyone.
The FlowRider allows anyone to enjoy the excitement and thrill of catching a wave regardless of skill level.

Hone your skills now, the BRUTICUS MAXIMUS WAVE IS COMING IN SPRING 2005.

Hours & Pricing information

Call: (858) 228-9300

3115 Ocean Front Walk, Mission Beach, CA 92109

Anonymous said...


OLSC is proud to present our 22nd Annual Surf Contest and Beach Festival along with Guy Takayama's 6th Annual Pro Noseriding Event - August 18-20th at the Oceanside Pier!

The Noseriding Event carries a total cash purse of $10,000 and we would like to thank IndyMac Bank for sponsoring this event!

What is Noseriding?

Noseriders are a special breed. Most longboarders are content with a long, curling break, wind in the face and the sun rising over the hill. Those on the nose seek a little more style and a little more flair from their 9'-plus boards. Hanging ten is the ultimate ride, both feet so far up on the nose that the toes cut trails in the water ahead and the wave keeps its delicate grip on the tail for a few breathless seconds.

Noseriding competitions reward surfers who can stretch those few seconds out a little longer than the next competitor. The United Surfing Association defines "nose" as the leading 24 inches of the board, and those who spend the most time in that revered territory at the preliminary competition in July earn the right to compete for local bragging rights in the championship round at Leo Carillo, a favorite for longboarders. The top three times out of 10 maximum waves per rider are averaged to determine a winner in men's, women's, 14-and-under and 50+ divisions, and all participants' boards must measure between 9 and 11 feet.