What we offer
Kids daily surf camp
The bread and butter of Xcamp. Our daily surf camp for kids runs every Monday through Friday from 9 to 4 at our Hiering Avenue location in Seaside Heights.
What you'll need
We provide all the surfboards, paddle boards and wetsuits (sometimes) you'll need. If you have your own gear that you're more comfortable with, by all means, bring it. Lunch is not provided, so you will need to bring your own or money. We take about an hour break and get out of the sun for lunch where there's plenty of options for food if you didn't bring your own.
We encourage water to drink throughout the day as well as sunblock, a towel and maybe even dry clothes to change into. It's a long day and being hydrated and comfortable is important.
For our families located a bit further north of Seaside Heights, we offer transportation to and from camp at no additional charge. The Xcamp van picks up and drops off at Local Urban Kitchen in Point Pleasant Beach. Pick up is 8:30 AM and drop off at 4:15 (depending on traffic and surf, of course!)
We have kayaks available to paddle around the Barnegat Bay and surrounding sedge islands. A perfect break from weekly surf camp when the waves decide to not cooperate.
We also offer private lessons for both adults and kids outside our daily operating hours including weekends. Contact us for an appointment or availability.
Stand Up paddle board (SUP)
We offer kids and adults the Stand Up Paddleboarding experience both during our daily operating hours and afterwards. Our scenic location on the Barnegat Bay and surrounding sedge islands is perfect place for flat water paddling. For a bit more of a challenge, give ocean paddle boarding a try!
Weekends. Friday nights and Saturday mornings
HATtERaS sleep away camp
Every year, Xcamp goes on the road! Our yearly trip to the Outer Banks in North Carolina gives campers the opportunity to get away on a summertime surf trip! While it is a surf trip, we also immerse participants in the unique culture and scenery the Outer Banks has to offer. Campers get the chance to tour a surfboard factory and see each step of the creation process from a slab of foam to finished product. A trip to Hatteras wouldn't be complete without a stop at the famous Cape Hatteras Lighthouse located at the Cape Hatteras National Seashore park. Learn about the "Graveyard of the Atlantic" and the Outer Banks rich history with pirates. Get a chance to sample the local art scene from talented artists, photographers and sculptors. There's also GoKarts, Mini Golf, Ice Cream, the UFO, fishing, ferry rides. . . Click on some of our albums to check out pictures of all the fun from past trips!