SUP Camp


Upon arrival at the camp check in with our staff. We recommend that you arrive at least 15 minutes prior to your camper’s time slot.

We’ll confirm your surfers time and inform you of any last minute changes. The Balmy Beach is a private club and there is no restaurant service. Aloha Toronto will provide a lunch from noon- 1PM on the patio of the Balmy Beach Club. There are many dining options along the bustling Queen Street East neighbour as well.

When it’s time for your camper to surf, our volunteers will assist them in putting on coast guard approved life vests (bring your own if you prefer). This is a good time to let our volunteers know about any special interests  has such as trains, spelling, Star Wars, etc. This helps our instructors build a rapport with .

Next, our volunteers will walk your camper into the water and over to their instructor. Positioning on the surfboard is very important. This will often take a minute or two.

(We ask that parents/guardians remain on the beach. The camper responds better to our volunteers without a parent present. Don’t worry, most of our volunteers have a decade or more experience.)

And finally…your camper is surfing!!

Be sure to bring your cameras!     

6 Responses to “SUP Camp”

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  1. Sharob Knight says:

    Hi there

    I was just wondering if there were still any opportunities to volunteer with Surfers Healing in Toronto?

    Thank you

    • admin says:

      Hello Sharob,

      Thank you for your message. We complete our volunteer roster quite early every year. Please contact us at and write ‘volunteer 2014’ in the subject heading and we’ll fill you in on the protocol.

      Team Aloha

  2. Cheryl Legace says:

    My husband just heard about this Aloha Toronto on the news in Hamilton. It really sounds great. How old does this start until what age can they participate. Two of our sons have autism, our 23 year old is developmentally delayed and he is at a 7 year old level, A.D.H.D., O.C.D., anxiety disorder, eating disorder, many special needs. I hope he can attend this event next year. Please let me know when the next one for next year 2017. I missed it by one day. This must be so much fun for everyone. This is so wonderful this takes place for autism children.

  3. Ara says:

    What date is the registration for the Aloha Camp? I don’t want to miss it. Thank you!


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