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Beach Volleyball Camps

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Beach Volleyball Camps was created by legendary beach volleyball players Sinjin Smith and Randy Stoklos to give young players of all ability levels the opportunity to learn and play the sport in a fun and safe environment. Camps are offered at the finest beaches close to just about every Southern California beach town.

Campers will focus on learning the proper techniques and fundamentals of the game based on the philosophies of Sinjin and Randy that made them the greatest team in beach volleyball history.   The camps are open to boys and girls, and campers are divided into groups based on age and skill level.  Sinjin personally trains Beach Volleyball Camps coaches and makes frequent appearances in camps throughout Southern California.

Camp locations include: Santa Barbara, Oxnard, Thousand Oaks, Malibu, Pacific Palisades and Dockweiler Beach/Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach, Long Beach, San Diego and Oceanside.

What to Bring

*A bag or backpack to carry your personal belongings (we are not responsible for lost or theft of personal items). Please put a name and identifying information on the INSIDE of the bag.

*Personal beverages.(water is provided on-site).

*Sunscreen (even if you put it on at home, bring more with you!).

*Hat or visor and sunglasses.

*Beach towel or mat.

*(optional) Sand socks (or regular white socks) to wear if the sand is too hot.

*Footwear to walk to and from the parking lot, restrooms and courts.

*Wear a swimsuit or other comfortable clothes for the beach (swim suit/shorts, tank top/t-shirt). It is recommended that you wear light colors to reflect sunlight and keep you cooler.

*Each camper will be given an official camp t-shirt on the first day of camp.

*Campers should also bring any light snacks (i.e.: energy bars, dry cereal, fruit, etc.). There will be regular breaks between drills and activities for snacks and water.

*Campers staying for full day sessions should bring a sack lunch.

*Camp staff is not responsible for monitoring personal medications. Camp staff are not authorized to dispense, hold or monitor any medications under any circumstances. If you have a medical condition that requires you to have medication available to you on site, please notify the Site Director and make proper arrangements to have adequate doses of medication available to you.