About and Contact

Summa Love is one of Monmouth County's oldest, longest running and most affordable surf camps in our county. We emphasize safety and quality with a fun, low pressured learning to surf atmosphere the kids will simply never forget. We are now gearing up for our 16th summer of sun, surf & smiles! Summer camp starts June 21st, 2021. 

Our #1 priority is SAFETY. We have been in business for over 16 years due to our passion for teaching, safety precautions and well being of our students. Summa Love Instructors will teach students balance with stable body placement on a surfboard, paddling, standing, etiquette, open ocean safety, safe ways to fall and riding a wave. Each day students will progress at their own level with a low pressured, fun and safe surfing atmosphere. With proper instruction from our coaches, students will gain confidence, ocean safety experience and learn the fundamentals of surfing at a rapid pace! To sign up for our 3 week, 4 week and Season Pass, please call: 908. 910. 4552 or email: info@summalove.com to book. Peace, Love & Shred since 2005!

 

Hours

Times change each week to follow low tides for the best and safest surfing conditions on offer. Please see time schedule for each sign up option and also the full summer schedule CLICK HERE.

Contact

(908) 910-4552 (Office)
info@summalove.com
http://summalove.com

Cancellation Policy

Camp Refunds – With 5 weeks notice, we can issue full refunds. Within 5 weeks, we can issue credit for future camp dates with at least 24 hours notice. If weather is poor, we will make the final call the morning of and if we cancel or delay camp, we will email everyone reserved and also post on the home page on the bottom left of summalove.com. If we cancel camp, we issue make ups to use on either the upcoming Saturday of that week or a future camp date if space is available. Waves may also be too big to run surf camp. Camp counselors will make a collective decision about canceling camp if surf is too rough. If thunder storms hit 1/2 way through surf camp, we evacuate the beach immediately and put all campers in the safety of staff automobiles or hotel with supervision until the storm passes and we resume surfing or we cancel completely and either extend camp the next day or issue half day credit for campers to use during a future camp date. Students who sign up for a week should come to camp consecutively for the week. If students can not make camp everyday during the week, make ups are allowed during future camp days if room is available with at least 24 hours notice. All students should complete camp days before the summer is over to avoid losing the days completely. No make up camp days can be carried over into the new year. Students who sign up for the summer can come to camp every day M-F from weeks 1-10. Weekends are for birthdays, corporate events, privates and beach club camps.

NOTE - Some of the best surfing conditions happen when it is raining. If rain is in the area with scattered showers and overcast skies, we will most likely be surfing with surf camp OPEN. We have plenty of wetsuits to keep the kids warm. If rain is heavy/drenching, its cold out and very windy with rough seas and the forecast calls for the whole day to be like that, we most likely will cancel. Year to year we only cancel surf camp due to poor weather 0-2 times the whole season!