What is the food like?
We've had our menu designed by world class chef Alyssa Twelker; prepared by our summer staff. F
Breakfast 2: Breakfast Burritos, French Toast, Pancakes, Omlets, Breakfast Sandwhiches,cereal, pastries, fruit, snacks, wraps and more.
Lunch: Sandwiches, quesidilla's, panini's, burritos, chips, snacks,
soda and water...
Dinner: Entrees vary from Chicken and rice, lasagna's, pizza, hamburgers/hotdogs,
homemade fajitas, as well as West Coast Camps famous
We also have plenty of snacks and drinks available to you
For special food needs please notify us in advance
Where are most of the campers from?
95% of our campers are from the USA. We have
select students that have traveled from Mexico, Canada, China/Japan,
Indonesia, Colombia, France, Spain, Australia, the Philippines, and the list continues.
Can I stay for more than one week?
Yes, about 20% of our camper come for more than one week. You can leave each weekend, or stay with us for the weekend.
How many campers do you take?
Depending on the week, we take between 15-20 campers per week.
How many other girls are at camp?
Girls will usually occupy 30-50% of our total campers. Check
with Monica 831.345.3705 to find weeks with other riders of your similar age
Do you guys allow adults?
We have specialty weeks for adults early june, and middle to lake aug. Check out Dates and Prices for
those dates. You can also book a private camp.
What is the weather like in the summer?
It's your typical sunny California climate,
perfect for wakeboarding. Average highs are in the high 80's to low
90's with light afternoon winds. Water temperature is refreshing,
not too cold and not luke warm. We’ll usually have a
week or two in the end of june, begining of July, where temperatures will be in the 100+ range.
Should I stay on the houseboat ?
You don’t have to; you can also choose to bring your RV or
just camp. We suggest you take advantage of our free lodging on board
luxury houseboats so that you can get the most out of your stay with
us. Nothing beats a weeklong vacation on a houseboat. Regardless
if you come to our camp or not, you'll definitely want to look into
planning a houseboating vacation. The benefits of being on a houseboat
are endless, even aside from the increased riding time that it provides.
The feeling of going to bed under the stars at night (or under the
houseboat roof if you prefer) and waking up to a beautiful sunrise
and glassy water in the morning is indescribable. You can’t
beat hanging out and barbequing in the evening with your new friends
(camp pros and other students) after a full day of progression. Kicking
back and chatting with the staff while fishing for catfish in the
late evening is almost just as memorable as when you landing your
new tricks with us. The whole houseboat experience is indescribable
and priceless, engrained in your memory for your remaining time on
this earth. If you have a group or would like to make a family vacation
out of sending your child to camp, you can rent your own luxury houseboat
Cove marina ($3900-$5800 per week, and worth every penny!) Being
on a houseboat maximizes your time on the water, ensuring you're
getting all the riding possible out of a weeks stay with us. It’s
also nice to watch your favorite wakeboard video, get pumped up,
walk three steps and you’re on the water.