Walking On Water Overnight Camp1995-2018


Overnight Camp Experience

These Camps are no longer available. Thank you for 24 amazing Summers! We’d love to hear about your fun memories from camp – please share with us on our social media platforms. Check the About page to learn how to stay in touch with Bryan Jennings.

Walking On Water is proud to present a unique opportunity to enjoy the awesome sport of surfing in a fun and fulfilling Christian environment. For the past 23 years thousands of students from all over the world have attended the overnight San Diego surf camps.

Our Overnight Camps are open for male and female students between the ages of 11-18 and are designed for beginner and advanced surfers. All levels of surfers will enjoy the beach front accommodations at Point Loma Nazarene University. A typical day at camp includes the following: breakfast, morning Bible study, surf session #1, lunch, surf session #2, free time, dinner, small group, recreational activities, nightly worship and Bible study, free time, and bed time.

Any Questions? Please Call (760)438-1111 or email [email protected]

Testimonials

“Each summer Walking On Water puts on RAD surf camps for kids! All fun in the Ocean!!!” – Bethany Hamilton (Inspirational Pro Surfer)

“Walking On Water Surf Camps are the core reason I’m the person I am today. You can’t beat worshipping Jesus while having the time of your life surfing” – Veteran Surf Camper

“One thing that I came to camp with, was a struggle with self-image. Then at camp we were all covered in sand and sea water… people thought I was beautiful and it had nothing to do with the way I looked, it had to do with the overflowing joy, love and peace that God had placed in me that week” – Veteran Surf Camper

“Our boys have been to Walking on Water’s summer surf camp for 3 years now and they love it. They get to improve their surfing skills, gain confidence in the water, and grow in their relationship with God.  Both of our boys chose to be baptized by Bryan at the end of the camp, which is just a reflection of the awesome things happening in this fun, Christ-centered environment.  Nothing better than watching happy, healthy, Jesus-loving kids enjoying God’s creation.  Thank you Walking on Water and your awesome team!” – Supermom

“Our prayers were answered when Walking On Water generously gave us a scholarship for my two oldest sons to attend the overnight camp! These were the best days of the year for them!” – Supermom

Camp Costs

$775 before April 15th $875 if paid after April 15th – Scholarships are available. – Space is Limited – The cost of camp includes: Lodging, meals, daily surfing instruction, use of all surfing equipment

Camp Scholarship

Our hope is to give every interested student an opportunity to attend the Walking On Water Dream Surf Camp. Please go to our Scholarships Request Form to see how you can receive a scholarship for camp.

It is our hope that every student who is interested in attending our surf camp this summer is able to do If you would like to help a family in need send their child to camp, please click on the link below to make a donation towards our Scholarship Fund and be sure to write scholarship fund in the DESIGNATE FUNDS box!

Exceptions to this policy cannot be made for any reason, including weather or personal sports schedules. Because of our commitment to vendors for food, lodging, and transportation, and because of limited space there will be absolutely no refunds within 60 days of the first day of your camp. In the case of a medical emergency a signed doctor’s note will be required and one half of your camp tuition will be refunded. If you have any questions regarding our cancellation policy, please call our office at (760)438-1111.

Here are a list of the things you will need for your Walking On Water Surf Camp!

  1. Bible
  2. Surfboard, wax &leash (only if you have one. Not Mandatory)
  3. Wetsuit (if you have one. Not Mandatory)
  4. Sleeping bag
  5. Pillow
  6. Alarm Clock
  7. Backpack
  8. Spending money for snack bar
  9. Bath Towel
  10. Beach towels
  11. Toiletries
  12. Sunscreen/Chapstick
  13. Shorts and T-Shirts
  14. Warmer clothes for night (it cools off a bit at night)
  15. Swimsuit (Girls must wear one piece or tankini or if they have a two piece must wear a shirt or rashguard over it.)
  16. Hat

Check-In on the first day of camp is 3pm and Check-Out on the last day is 3pm. Camp Check-In and drop off will be held at Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego.

Address: 3900 Lomaland Drive
San Diego, CA 92106-2810

South on I-5
Merge onto I-8 W
Exit Rosecrans (you will be on Rosecrans for a few miles before you hit Canon st)
Turn Right onto Canon Street
Turn Left onto Catalina Blvd
Make your first right onto Lomaland Drive.

http://www.pointloma.edu/maps-directions

Lodging: The Walking On Water Overnight Surf Camps we will be staying in the picturesque college dorms at Point Loma Nazarene University, one of the most beautiful college campuses Southern California has to offer. Campers will be paired by gender (boys with boys an girls with girls) with a counselor to lead them through the week.

Beach: La Jolla Shores is arguably the nicest beach in all of San Diego. It is scenic and offers the perfect balance of options for beginner to advanced surfers.

Transportation: We hire a bus company to drive us to and from the beach each day of camp.

Over the years we have been blessed with special appearances by Derek Rabelo (blind surfer), Tom Curren, Bethany Hamilton, Damien Hobgood, CJ Hobgood, Matt Beacham, and other professional surfers. There is a good chance some of them will come this summer depending on their busy schedules.

The ocean is usually warm enough to simply wear a bathing suit. However we do recommend that you bring a wetsuit if possible. We do have some wetsuits that you can use at no additional cost as long as we have your size. The use of a beginner surfboard is also included in the cost of camp. Our surfboards are soft beginner boards that are great for learning. Please do not bring your own surfboard if you are a beginner. Hard surfboards are not good and/or safe for learning. If you are a intermediate or advanced surfer please bring your own surfboard.

We take safety very seriously at our surf camps. Lifeguards monitor the beaches where we surf each day. Students wear bright rashguards so they are easily visible and identifiable with the group. The student to counselor ratio in the water is a maximum of 5 students per counselor. Our surf instructors are Red Cross certified in CPR and lifesaving techniques, very strong swimmers/surfers and have many years of ocean experience. All beginners use high quality soft boards and surf in shallow water. Each individual student is assigned to a group of five students and to one counselor. That counselor is responsible for supervising their group 24 hours per day for the duration of the camp. Please call us with any concerns.

Every year we have many students between ages of 11 and 18 fly in for our camps. A Walking On Water representative will be at the airport to pick up each student on the first day of camp and will drop them off on the last day of camp. Our representative will be waiting for the students at the baggage claim and if necessary will check the student in as they fly back home. Special travel requests are welcome. We recommend that you fly into San Diego International Airport, arriving on the first day of camp between the times of 1pm and 4pm and departing on the last day of camp between the times of 1pm and 4pm. Please submit your student’s flight information to Walking On Water along with a photo of your student before July 1st.