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CAMP DIRECTIONS & INFO:
CAMPUS POINT BEACH
In order to get to the Campus Point surf camp location, take the 101 North and get off at the UC Santa Barbara exit (right after Patterson Ave). Enter UC Santa Barbara and go around the round-a-bout getting off at Lagoon Rd. Then take Lagoon Rd till you get to the parking lot on your left. Please park in Parking Lot 6 at UCSB, located just up the road from Campus Point Beach. Parking is sometimes limited, so you are free to park in the “Camp Drop Off” spots or the Coastal Access Spots which can be identified by the green starfish.
If you choose to park in the Coastal Access Spots, make sure and buy a
parking pass (now with a phone app option), putting it on your car dashboard. UCSB is strict about parking so please make sure and have a parking pass for the full duration for the time you are parked.
It is quite common for parents to join us on the beach for camp, so feelfree to do so! If you’d like to join us and you can’t find parking inParking Lot, feel free to park just a 5 minute walk up the road at Parking Lot #1.
Please arrive a few minutes early in order to find parking and then walk down to the beach to meet us under the green and green & tan “Coleman” easy up canopy. We ask that parents come up and check their child in and out at the beach canopy.
Campus Point Beach Map
Parking Lot #6 at Campus Point
FOR SURF CAMPS & SURF CAMP PODS
When choosing Devereux Beach (also known as Coal Oil Point), we will be meeting at the corner of Del Playa Drive and Camino Majorca. After finding your team, campers will walk down with instructors to the beach. Please note that there is not a formal parking lot, but rather a dirt pull out parking area alongside the Coal Oil Point natural land preserve.
After walking toward the coastline, there is a wooden staircase the heads straight down to the beach. After reaching the bottom, campers will be located at the best surf spot between the stairs and the top of the point. There is a port-a-potty that campers will use located at the top of the point next to Sands Beach.
Santa Barbara, CA
If you are located in central Santa Barbara, Leadbetter Beach is a great option for your surf camp. In order to get to Leadbetter, get off the 101 Freeway at the Castillo off ramp. After you get off the freeway, turn towards the beach and drive two blocks. When you get to Cabrillo Blvd, make a right on Shoreline Drive and drive approximately 1 mile, going up a slight hill alongside the beach.
When you get to Cabrillo Blvd, make a right on Shoreline Drive and drive approximately 1 mile, going up a slight hill alongside the beach. After you go up the hill, make a left into your first free parking lot at Shoreline Park . We will meet in the parking lot across the street from 1214 Shoreline Dr. ***Please DO NOT meet at the parking lot next to Shoreline Cafe. Also, please follow the directions above instead of Googling the name “Leadbetter Beach”.
Regardless of where you are located, Mondos Beach is one of the areas most consistent and beginner friendly beaches. In order to get to Mondos, leave Santa Barbara driving south on the 101 for 25 minutes.
After you pass La Conchita (Cliff House Restaurant) you’ll get off at Seacliff off ramp and take a right at the stop sign, driving along the frontage road for 5 minutes. Once you pass Faria Campground, you will see Mondos beach about 1 mile down the road. Look for our black and white “Surf Lessons & Rentals” sign along the road across the street from the address 3674 Pacific Coast Hwy, Ventura, CA 93001. There are no signs for Mondos Beach, but you ARE able to Google the name to help with directions.