Summer is here...Time to explore and try something new!!

Summer is here...Time to explore and try something new!!

published on June 1, 2016 by Eric Dreibelbis

As we head into summer we find ourselves looking for new and exciting things to do. In Jacksonville Beach, Neptune Beach, Ponte Vedra Beach and Atlantic Beach there is nothing more exciting than learning how to surf. Surf Camps run all summer long and offer a wide range of opportunities for kids & adults to learn how to surf. Jacksonville  and it's beaches are a great place to learn how to surf because the summer waves are smaller and easy to ride, the water is warm and the sun is shinning. The local surf shops like Sunrise in Jacksonville Beach & Aqua East in Neptune Beach also offer surf camps and can also put you in touch with someone that offers individual surf lessons. So if you are in Jacksonville or at any of the Beaches and you are looking for something new and exciting to do for yourself or your kids you should definitely try one of these surf camps or surf lessons. These camps not only teach you how to surf they also teach you things about the ocean and environment, How to navigate Rip Currents, Wave selection, Beach clean up, Jacksonville Beach surf history, How to pick a board size for you and more. Please remember the Florida sun can be very hot so bring plenty of sunscreen and apply regularly, Drink lots of water, Buy a bathing suit that fits securely, If you are fair skinned a rash guard might not be a bad idea...But most of all be ready for a thrill of a lifetime!! Sun, Sand and Surf in Jacksonville Beach...Nothing Better!!

Below you will find a list of a few of the surf camps and lessons that we know of...

Surf Camps - Jacksonville Beach, Neptune Beach, Ponte Vedra Beach & Atlantic Beach


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